In today’s show you’ll learn the words for some drinks in Italian. Listen to today’s show here:


Today’s words and phrases:

una birra – “a beer”
un vino rosso – “a red wine”
un vino bianco – “a white wine”
un succo d’arancia – “an orange juice”

You may also come across the word spremuta d’arancia which is a freshly pressed orange juice, as opposed to a succo which is more likely to be in a bottle. Remember that by following @learnitalian on Twitter, you can learn Italian in 140-character lessons linked to these audio programmes.

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