Italian Essay Vocabulary

Useful Italian phrases

A collection of useful phrases in Italian.

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Key to abbreviations: sg = singular (said to one person), pl = plural (said to more than one person, inf = informal, frm = formal, m = male (said by males), f = female (said by females), >m = said to males, >f said to females.

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Daily routine in italian – How to describe your typical day in italian


Daily routine in italian Language  – How to describe your typical day in italian

Routine giornaliera in lingua italiana – Come descrivere la tua giornata tipica in italiano.

Daily routine video ( You can activate theYoutube subtitles in your language )

( Puoi attivare i sottotitoli di Youtube nella tua lingua )

Describing your daily routine is one of the first things you learn when you study a new language.

Descrivere la tua routine giornaliera è una delle prime cose che impari quando studi una nuova lingua.

In this lesson we’ll learn to describe a daily routine in italian Language.

In questa lezione impareremo a descrivere la giornata tipica in lingua italiana.

We’ll use verbs at TEMPO PRESENTE  (Click here to Italian verbs lesson )

Useremo i verbi al TEMPO PRESENTE

 

Here are some useful verbs to describe your daily routines and habits :

Qui sono elencati alcuni verbi di uso comune per descrivere la tua giornata tipica e le tue abitudini giornaliere


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mi alzo ⇒ get up

Mi vesto ⇒ get dressed

Faccio la doccia ⇒ have a shower

Faccio il bagno ⇒ have a bath

Mi lavo i capelli ⇒ wash my hair

Mi lavo i denti  ⇒ wash my teeth

Mi trucco ⇒ put make-up on

Faccio colazione ⇒ have a breakfast

Bevo un caffè ⇒ have a coffee

Esco di casa ⇒ leave home

Vado a scuola ⇒ go to school

Vado al lavoro ⇒  go to work

Torno a casa ⇒ get  home

Guardo la TV ⇒ watch TV

Leggo un libro ⇒ read a book

Leggo il giornale ⇒read the newspaper

Porto il cane a passeggio ⇒ take the dog for a walk

Incontro gli amici ⇒ meet  friends

Faccio le pulizie di casa ⇒ do the housework (cleaning in the house)

Faccio i compiti ⇒ do homework (exercises from school)

Vado al ristorante ⇒ go to the restaurant

Mi spoglio ⇒ get undressed

Vado a letto ⇒ go to bed

COMMON TERMS RELATED TO TELLING TIME

Termini comuni riguardanti le ore della giornata

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Al mattino / la mattina ⇒ morning

Mezzogiorno ⇒ noon

Pomeriggio ⇒ afternoon

Sera ⇒ evening

Mezzanotte ⇒ midnight

Un quarto ⇒ a quarter

Meno un quarto ⇒ a quarter to/before

E un quarto ⇒ a quarter past/after

E mezzo ⇒ half past

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