Join Mark, Katie and Francesca in the latest lesson of Coffee Break Italian. In this lesson you’ll learn to greet people at different times of the day. You’ll also learn to introduce yourself and ask the question “what is your name?”

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    4 replies to "CBI 1-02 | Greetings in Italian"

    • juneabc

      Gratis! Fun and helpful.

    • Bill

      Molto grazie per queste lezioni! It’s difficult to find easy and slowly spoken Italian lessons on the Internet. I like that you also have Francesca, a native speaker, available for perfect pronunciation. Buon lavoro.

    • Shannon Fong

      Buon pomeriggio,

      Mi chiamo Shannon. E tu. Come stai e come ti chiam?

      Guona giornata a tutti.

      Piacere mio.

      PS. I have a question mio I think is masculine would I say piacere mia since I am a female.

      • Shannon Fong

        That should have been …

        Buona giornata.

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