It’s my twelfth month of living in Italy, I think it’s okay to bestow upon myself the worthiness to define Italian people. Day by day I am getting drawn into the Italian way of life. As I write, I already practice two of these definitions I will be listing.
If you are planning to visit any part of Italy, then you are probably aware it may be difficult to communicate with the locals or get around if you don’t speak the official language of the country – Italian. Catch up some few popularly used Italian Phrases before your arrival in Italy: Hello/Bye –> Ciao! What’s your name? –>Come si chiama? How are you? –> Come va? Fine –> Bene Do you speak English? –> Parla inglese? Thank you very much –> Grazie mille. You’re welcome –> Prego. Please –> Per favore. Yes –> Sì. No –> No. Excuse me –> Mi scusi. I’m sorry –> Mi dispiace. I don’t understand –> Non capisco. I don’t speak Italian –> Non parlo Italiano. I don’t speak Italian very well –> Non…