"Un Po'Italiano" Rome Warnings Or Dangers Tip by tvor

Rome Warnings and Dangers: 523 reviews and 232 photos

Speaking a few words of Italian can go a long way. My friend and i took Italian lessons the winter before our trip and could at least say a few words. Everyone for the most part would answer us in English but they always had a smile on their face.

**Grazie .. (Gratsi) Thank you This is the most important one!
Quanta Costa... (quanta coasta) How much... very useful
Ciao ... (Chow) hello or good bye
Scusa ... (skoosa) excuse me
Per Favore .. (pear fah-voray) also can be used for excuse me
Pronto... that's how they answer the phone
Va Via... (va vee-ah) hit the road.. for people that are annoying you
Vorei ("Voray") I would like...
Dov' (Doh-vay) Where is... "in vicina" " in the area... thus...
Dov' un telefono in vicina (Doh-vay oon telefono in vicheena) Is there a telephone in the area

Phone: Decent translation site:
Website: http://babelfish.altavista.com/translate.dyn

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Nov 23, 2003
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