What is your name in Italian?

What is your name in Italian?

Come ti chiami? what is your name? Come si chiama? What’s your name?

What does ahora mean in Italian?

Allora (so, then, well) is one of those filler words that’s highly useful when thinking of what to say in Italian. It buys you a little time and tells the listener you’re thinking things over, especially when used by itself, or to introduce a sentence. Used by itself, it can express impatience: Allora!

What does Tapo mean in Italian?

[ masculine ] /’tapːo/ (di recipiente) top , cap.

What is your name in Sicilian?

Useful phrases in Sicilian

English lu sicilianu (Sicilian)
What’s your name? Comu ti chiami? Comu ti mìsiru? Comu si chiama? (frm) Comu ci mìsiru? (frm)
My name is … Mi chiamu… Mi mìsiru…
Where are you from? Di unni si? Di unni veni?
I’m from … Sugnu di Vegnu di [ˈvɛɲɲu ɾi]

Is it Grazia or Grazie?

Grazie is the plural form of grazia, but you cannot use grazia to express gratitude. Some people may confuse the two because they have a similar pronunciation, but grazia actually means “grace” and has nothing to do with thank you.

What does allor mean?

adjective. : marked either by entire or complete operation or effect or by none at all.

What does che tu avessi avuto mean in Italian?

Che io avessi avuto Nonostante avessi avuto fame, non potevo mangiare. Although I was hungry, I could not eat. Che tu avessi avuto Anche se tu avessi avuto bei vestiti, non li avresti messi. Even if you had had beautiful clothes, you would not have worn them. Che lui, lei, Lei avesse avuto Avevo sperato che Luca avesse avuto una buona notizia.

What is the difference between avere and avuto?

Avere is irregular in its presente, which stems from the Latin infinitive and does not hold a regular pattern for all persons. Indicativo Passato Prossimo: Present Perfect Indicative The passato prossimo, formed with the present of the auxiliary avere and its past participle, avuto. It translates in English to had, have had.

What is the meaning of Avrei avuto Fame?

A regular condizionale passato, made of the present conditional of the auxiliary and the past participle. Avrei avuto fame a cena se non avessi pranzato. I would have been hungry at dinner had I not eaten lunch.

What does avere avuto te come Maestro mean?

Avere te come maestro è una fortuna. 1. Our uncle squandered all his belongings. 2. Having you as a teacher is a blessing. Avere avuto te come maestro è stata una fortuna. Having had you as a teacher is a blessing. The participio presente is avente, used in legal documents mostly.