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MyDailyPhrase Italian: Lesson 023

Learn Italian step by step, day by day, phrase by phrase. In today’s show you’ll learn to say that you’ve locked yourself out of your room. Spend 5 minutes each day with us and gain confidence in speaking Italian within our 20-week course. You can automatically
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    3 replies to "Lesson 023: Week 5, Wednesday"

    • Quincy Boolum

      In this podcast, you never translated “mi sono chiuso”.
      These podcasts are great. I am vacationing in Italy in July, and these podcasts are just what I need: Easily digestible and repeatable. I am actually learning.
      Keep up the great work!

    • Gary Olmstead

      Quincy wrote —
      “In this podcast, you never translated “mi sono chiuso”.”
      babelfish.com translates it as “they are closed to me”

    • Mark Mark

      “Mi sono chiuso” literally means “I shut myself”, so “mi sono chiuso fuori dalla mia camera” is literally “I shut myself outside of my room”. The verb “chiudere” means “to close”. Make it reflexive and it becomes “chiudersi” – to close oneself. :Mi sono chiuso” is the perfect tense, so it refers to the past.

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