Common Italian Words and Phrases – Italian Culture for kids

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You can practice some of these words and phrases that are used in everyday conversational language in Italy.

sì (yes)prego (you’re welcome)

no (no)

si figuri (it’s nothing)

per favore, per piacere, per cortesia (please)

mi scusi (excuse me)

grazie (thank you)

prego (by all means)

molte grazie (thank you very much)

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