Greetings (Saluti)

Cosa voi da me

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Italian and Indian hand gestures are complicated! Before we learn gestures lets see some common ways to greet in Italiano.

Hi! Ciao!
Hello Salve!
Good morning! Buongiorno!
Good afternoon! Buongiorno!
Good evening! Buonasera!
Welcome! (to greet someone) Benvenuto!
How are you? (friendly) Come stai?
How are you? (polite) Come sta?
I’m fine, thank you! Bene, grazie.
And you? (friendly) E tu?
And you? (polite) E lei?
Good Bene
Bad Male
Thank you (very much)! Grazie (mille)!
You’re welcome! (for “thank you”) Prego!

5 thoughts on “Greetings (Saluti)”

  1. Hello, Thank you for your comments, We agree with you, We are working on this past one week, will consider to upgrade in future. 🙂 and thanks for following, As of now you can check the alphabets section to get the pronunciation right. 🙂


  2. It was a good time to spend during the teaching period. The way you teach us is the exact way for a student to approach the language and gain grip in the subject. Starting from the basics of the language till the end of the class, it was easy to learn and practice. I liked the most is you were trying to correct / rectify us and making changes in the website and updating the website based on the requirement. I really and heartfully thank the faculty for their efforts in making us motivating us to learn the subject. The way you motivated us really encouraging and making us to do homeworks. Thank you both for your guidance.

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