Italian Part 1 Review

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Italian Part 1 Review
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Chapters 2-6 (Part 1) of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Learning Italian. 2) Immersione Italiana 3) Getting your bocca around the ABCs and 123s 4) You have amici: Cognates 5)Person, Place, or Cosa: Nouns and Articles 6) Che Bella Famiglia: adjectives and adverbs.
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  1. A (ay)
    A (ah)
  2. B (bee)
    Bi (bee)
  3. C (see)
    Ci (chee)
  4. D (dee)
    Di (dee)
  5. E (ee)
    E (eh)
  6. F (ehf)
    Effe (ehf-fay)
  7. G (jee)
    Gi (jee)
  8. H (aych)
    Acca (ahk-kah)
  9. I (ahy)
    I (ee)
  10. J (jay)
    I lunga (ee loon-gah)
  11. K (kay)
    cappa (kahp-pah)
  12. L (ell)
    Elle (ehl-lay)
  13. M (ehm)
    Emme (ehm-may)
  14. N (ehn)
    Enne (ehhn-nay)
  15. O (ohw)
    O (oh)
  16. P (pee)
    Pi (pee)
  17. Q (kyoo)
    Cu (koo)
  18. R (ahr)
    Erre (ehr-ray)
  19. S (ehs)
    Esse (ehs-say)
  20. T (tee)
    Ti (tee)
  21. U (yoo)
    U (oo)
  22. V (vee)
    Vu (voo)
  23. W (double/duh-buhl-yoo)
    Doppia vu (doh-pee-yah voo)
  24. X (ehks)
    Ics (eeks)
  25. Y (wahy)
    Ipsilon (eep-see-lohn)
  26. Z (zee)
    Zeta (zeh-tah)
  27. Monday
    lunedí
  28. Tuesday
    marted&iactue;
  29. Wednesday
    mercoledí
  30. Thursday
    giovedí
  31. Friday
    venerdí
  32. Saturday
    sabato
  33. Sunday
    domenica
  34. The weekend
    il fine settimana
  35. January
    gennaio
  36. February
    febbraio
  37. March
    marzo
  38. April
    aprile
  39. May
    maggio
  40. June
    giugno
  41. July
    luglio
  42. August
    agosto
  43. September
    settembre
  44. October
    ottobre
  45. November
    novembre
  46. December
    dicembre
  47. 0 Zero
    Zero
  48. 1 One
    Uno
  49. 2 Two
    Due
  50. 3 Three
    Tre
  51. 4 Four
    Quattro
  52. 5 Five
    Cinque
  53. 6 Six
    Sei
  54. 7 Seven
    Sette
  55. 8 Eight
    Otto
  56. 9 Nine
    Nove
  57. 10 Ten
    Dieci
  58. 11 Eleven
    Undici
  59. 12 Twelve
    Dodici
  60. 13 Thirteen
    Tredici
  61. 14 Fourteen
    Quattordici
  62. 15 Fifteen
    Quindici
  63. 16 Sixteen
    Sedici
  64. 17 Seventeen
    Diciasette
  65. 18 Eighteen
    Diciotto
  66. 19 Nineteen
    Diciannove
  67. 20 Twenty
    Venti
  68. 21 Twenty one
    Ventuno
  69. 22 Twenty two
    Ventidue
  70. 23 Twenty three
    Ventitre
  71. 24 Twenty four
    Ventiquattro
  72. 25 Twenty five
    Venticinque
  73. 26 Twenty six
    Ventisei
  74. 27 Twenty seven
    Ventisette
  75. 28 Twenty eight
    Ventotto
  76. 29 Twenty nine
    Ventinove
  77. 30 Thirty
    Trenta
  78. 40 Forty
    Quaranta
  79. 50 Fifty
    Cinquanta
  80. 60 Sixty
    Sessanta
  81. 70 Seventy
    Settanta
  82. 80 Eighty
    Ottanta
  83. 90 Ninety
    Novanta
  84. 100 One hundred
    Cento
  85. 101 One hundred one
    Centuno
  86. 102 One hundred two
    Centodue
  87. 200 Two hundred
    Duecento
  88. 300 Three hundred
    Trecento
  89. 400 Four hundred
    Quattrocento
  90. 500 Five hundred
    Cinquecento
  91. 1.000 One thousand
    Mille
  92. 1.001 One thousand one
    Milleuno
  93. 1.200 One thousand two hundred
    Milleducento
  94. 2.000 Two thousand
    Duemila
  95. 3.000 Three thousand
    Tremila
  96. 10.000 Ten thousand
    Diecimila
  97. 20.000 Twenty thousand
    Ventimila
  98. 100.000 One hundred thousand
    Centomila
  99. 200.000 Two hundred thousand
    Duecentomila
  100. 1.000.000 One million
    Un milione
  101. 1.000.000.000 One billion
    Un miliardo
  102. Cognates: -ty translates to...
    -tá
  103. Cognates: -ble translates to...
    -ibile
  104. Cognates: -tion translates to...
    -zione
  105. Cognates: -ous translates to...
    -oso
  106. Cognates: -ent translates to...
    -ente
  107. Cognates: -ence translates to...
    -enza
  108. Cognates: -ism translates to...
    -ismo
  109. The anniversary
    l'anniversario
  110. Annual
    annuale
  111. Biannual
    biennale
  112. The date
    la data
  113. The holiday (as in "festive")
    la festa
  114. The millennium
    il millennio
  115. The minute
    il minuto
  116. The night
    la notte
  117. The hour
    l'ora
  118. The second
    il secondo
  119. The time (also, weather)
    il tempo
  120. Good morning/Good day/Good afternoon/Hello (use until early afternoon) (formal)
    Buon giorno
  121. Good evening (begin using after 3pm) (formal)
    Buona sera
  122. Good night/Good bye (formal)
    Buona notte
  123. Mr./Sir
    Signore
  124. Mrs./Ms.
    Signora
  125. Miss
    Signorina
  126. How are you? (formal)
    Come sta?
  127. I am well, and you? (formal)
    Sto bene, e Lei?
  128. Very well
    Molto bene
  129. Not bad
    Non c'è male
  130. Pretty well
    Abbastanza bene
  131. What is your name?
    Come si chiama?
  132. My name is (I call myself)...
    Mi chiamo...
  133. It's a pleasure.
    Piacere.
  134. Until next time. (formal)
    ArrivederLa.
  135. See you soon. (casual)
    Arrivederci.
  136. Greetings
    Salve
  137. Yes
  138. No
    No
  139. Please
    Per favore/Per piacere
  140. Thank you
    Grazie
  141. Excuse me (formal)
    Mi scusi
  142. Excuse me (casual)
    Mi scusa
  143. You're welcome
    Prego
  144. I'm sory
    Mi dispiace
  145. Help!
    Aiuto!
  146. Where is...?
    Dev'é...?
  147. How much?
    Quanto?
  148. Hi/bye (casual)
    Ciao
  149. Greetings (casual)
    Saluti!
  150. Hello!
    Salve!
  151. How are you?
    Come stai?
  152. How's it going?
    Come va?
  153. Things are good.
    Va bene.
  154. Things are great.
    Va benissimo.
  155. Not bad.
    Non c'é male.
  156. Okay.
    Okay.
  157. So-so
    Cosí cosí
  158. See you later.
    Arrivederci.
  159. Until later
    A piú tardi
  160. See you tomorrow.
    A domani.
  161. See you soon.
    A presto.
  162. I understand.
    Capisco.
  163. I don't understand.
    Non capisco.
  164. I don't speak Italian.
    Non parlo italiano.
  165. I am studying Italian.
    Studio italiano.
  166. Do you speak English?
    Parla inglese?
  167. Do you understand?
    Capisce?
  168. What does it mean?
    Che cosa significa?
  169. What?
    Che?
  170. How?
    Come?
  171. Where is ...?
    Dov'é ...?
  172. Please repeat that.
    Lo ripeta per favore.
  173. I don't know.
    Non lo so.
  174. Please speak slowly.
    Parli lentamente per piacere.
  175. How beautiful!
    Che bello!
  176. How ugly!
    Che brutto!
  177. What a ruckus!
    Che chiasso!
  178. What a disaster!
    Che disastro!
  179. Excellent!
    Eccellent!
  180. Fantastic!
    Fantastico!
  181. Fabulous!
    Favoloso!
  182. Magnificent!
    Magnifico!
  183. Marvelous!
    Meraviglioso!
  184. Horrible!
    Orribile!
  185. Ridiculous!
    Ridicolo!
  186. Stupendous!
    Stupendo!
  187. Terrible!
    Terribile!
  188. The, in front of a singular, masculine noun beginning with a consonant (other than z or s + a consonant)
    Il

    • Il ragazzo
    • Il sole
    • Il vino
  189. The, in front of a singular, masculine nouns that begin with a z or s followed by a consonant.
    Lo

    • Lo sci
    • Lo studio
  190. The, in front of a singular noun (both masculine and feminine) that begins with a vowel
    L'

    • l'uomo
    • l'opera
    • l'atleta
  191. The, in front of a singular, feminine noun
    La

    • la ragazza
    • la musica
    • la luna
  192. A/an, in front of singular masculine nouns beginning with either a consonant or a vowel (not beginning with a z or s followed by a consonant)
    Un

    • Un palazzo
    • Un signore
    • Un animale
  193. A/an, in front of a singular, masculine noun beginning with a z or s followed by a consonant
    Uno

    Uno stadio
  194. To change singular, feminine nouns and adjectives ending in -ca or -ga to plural, change the ending to:
    • Ca to che
    • Ge to ghe

    • Amica to amiche
    • Bianca to bianche
  195. To change singular, feminine nouns and adjectives ending in -cia or -gia to plural, if there's a vowel before the ending, change the ending to:
    • Cia to cie
    • Gia to gie

    • Camicia to camicie
    • Valigia to valigie
  196. To change singular, feminine nouns and adjectives ending in -cia or -gia to plural, if there's not a vowel before the ending, change the ending to:
    • Cia to ce
    • Gia to ge

    • Arancia to arance
    • Pioggia to piogge
  197. To change singular, masculine nouns and adjectives ending in -co or -go to plural, change the ending to:
    • Co to chi
    • Go to ghi

    • Pacco to pacchi
    • Bianco to bianchi
    • Lago to laghi
    • Largo to larghi
  198. To change a noun to plural you would change the ending -o to:
    -i

    ragazzo to ragazzi
  199. To change a noun to plural you would change the ending -a to:
    -e

    Donna to donne
  200. To change a noun to plural you would change the ending -ca to:
    -che

    Amica to amiche
  201. To change a noun to plural you would change the ending -e to:
    -i

    Cane to cani
  202. When plural, lo turns to:
    Gli

    Lo studente to gli studenti
  203. When plural, l' (m.) turns to:
    gli

    L'amico to gli amici
  204. When plural, il turns to:
    i

    Il nonno to i nonni
  205. Whe plural, l' (f.) turns to:
    Le

    l'amica to le amiche
  206. When plural, la turns to:
    Le

    La sorella to le sorelle
  207. Gli is used in front of:
    All plural, masculine nouns beginning with z or s followed by a consonant, and plural, masculine nouns beginning with a vowel
  208. I is used in front of:
    All plural, masculine nouns beginning with all other consonants
  209. Le is used in front of:
    All plural, feminine nouns

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