Can You Decipher These Italian Phrases?

Do you have what it takes chat over wine and pasta like a local in beautiful Italy, or are you stuck forever seeming like a tourist?
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Question 1/12

kurbantravel.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Grazie tante."
"You are very welcome"
"Thank you very much."
"You are speaking too loudly."
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walksofitaly.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Prego."
"You're welcome."
"Good luck."
"Too much."
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pinimg.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Mi scusi."
"My turn."
"Excuse you."
"Pardon me."
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blamethemonkey.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Mi dispiace."
"I'm sorry."
"My mistake."
"Excuse me."
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googleusercontent.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Non parlo italiano."
"I don't speak Italian."
"I don't like Italy."
"I don't understand Italian."
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wallpaperseries.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Parli piano, per favore."
"Speak clearly, please."
"Speak slowly, please."
"Speak to me, please."
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sndimg.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Come si chiama?"
"What's your address?"
"What do you do?"
"What's your name?"
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glogster.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Come va?"
"How are things?"
"How is life?"
"How are you?"
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sk8nbike.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Mi può aiutare?"
"Where is the airport?"
"Can you help me?"
"Can you take me home?"
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zicasso.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "C’è un telefono pubblico vicino?"
"Is there a public telephone here?"
"Can I use the public telephone?"
"How much does the public telephone cost?"
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touristbee.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Parla inglese?"
"Does he speak English?"
"Do you speak English?"
"Is this in English?"
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Question 12/12

elmawke3.com
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Quanto costa/costano?"
"How much does that cost?"
"How much did you buy that for?"
"What's the count?"
Result
Seems like you've only been to Italy once or twice - time to start brushing up on more Italian if you'd like to return!

C+, Italian Tourist

worldwinder.com
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You definitely know your way around the Italian streets and the Italian language - it's clear you're a frequent flyer to the beautiful country.

B+, Frequent Flyer To Italy

com.au
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I have no doubt you can chat it up with Italian locals over pasta any day. Great job on this quiz!

A+, Like A Local

blogspot.com
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1
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Grazie tante."
"You are very welcome"
"Thank you very much."
"You are speaking too loudly."
2
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Prego."
"You're welcome."
"Good luck."
"Too much."
3
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Mi scusi."
"My turn."
"Excuse you."
"Pardon me."
4
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Mi dispiace."
"I'm sorry."
"My mistake."
"Excuse me."
5
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Non parlo italiano."
"I don't speak Italian."
"I don't like Italy."
"I don't understand Italian."
6
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Parli piano, per favore."
"Speak clearly, please."
"Speak slowly, please."
"Speak to me, please."
7
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Come si chiama?"
"What's your address?"
"What do you do?"
"What's your name?"
8
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Come va?"
"How are things?"
"How is life?"
"How are you?"
9
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Mi può aiutare?"
"Where is the airport?"
"Can you help me?"
"Can you take me home?"
10
What does this Italian phrase mean? "C’è un telefono pubblico vicino?"
"Is there a public telephone here?"
"Can I use the public telephone?"
"How much does the public telephone cost?"
11
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Parla inglese?"
"Does he speak English?"
"Do you speak English?"
"Is this in English?"
12
What does this Italian phrase mean? "Quanto costa/costano?"
"How much does that cost?"
"How much did you buy that for?"
"What's the count?"