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If you are one of the people who start counting the days till Christmas in January, you can pass the time working on your fluency in Italian. Or maybe you want to impress your friends from Italy by wishing them Buon Natale in perfect Italian?

In our article, we will teach you various Christmas-related phrases and many ways to wish someone “Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.” Your Italian-speaking friends will be amazed by your perfect use of advanced Italian vocabulary!

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Saying goodbye can be hard, doing so in a foreign language is even harder. Parting ways after a great first date with an addio can make things awkward as it usually means you don’t plan on seeing the person in question again.

In today’s article, we will teach you several ways to say bye in Italian. Now, you can choose the perfect one for any situation and level of formality. No awkward moments anymore!

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How do you say “you’re welcome” without saying “you’re welcome”? Like in English, there are countless ways to respond to "thank you" in Italian. You usually want to let the other person know that it was no big deal to help.

Being kind and polite works wonders especially if you are speaking in a non-native language. We will teach you various handy phrases that you can use in different situations. Even though prego always works, learning more complex phrases is a great way to boost your fluency in Italian.

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The best way to learn a foreign language is to communicate with its native speakers. If they are broadminded and welcome you to their culture with open arms, the process of mastering their language becomes enjoyable and highly effective. Being welcoming is the key.

In today’s article, you will learn how to say “welcome” in Italian. Italians are traditionally characterized as friendly and hospitable. You will probably hear many variations of the word “welcome” in Italy. It’s only to fair to learn how to reciprocate and learn one of the best expressions of friendliness.

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Whenever you think of celebrating your birthday, images of parties, a cake with candles, and the Happy Birthday song usually come to mind. Birthdays are celebrated all around the world. In today’s article, we will learn a lot of useful Italian vocabulary related to birthdays.

Italians are as enthusiastic about birthdays as the rest of the world. Knowing how to say “Happy Birthday” in Italian to your Italian friend is a great way to show that you care. “Buon compleanno” sounds easy enough, and we will teach you many other birthday-related phrases to impress your friends.

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