Phrases for Around Town

Note: means that audio is not available for that word or phrase.

How much does that cost?Quanto costa?
A menu please.Un menu, per favore.
I'd like a beer, please.Vorrei una birra, per favore.
small / largepiccolo / grande
I would like to pay, please.Vorrei pagare, per favore.
Do you have aything cheaper?Avete cosa xxx più/meno xxx?
Do you accept credit cards?Si puo pagare con carta di credito?
Where are the toilets?Dov'e il bagno?
Where is the nearest bank, please?Dov'è la banca più vicino, per favore?
Where is a telephone, please?Dov'è un telefono, per favore?
Where is the nearest ATM, please?
(bank machine)
Dov'è il bancomat più vicino, per favore?
Where is the post office, please?Dov'è l'ufficina postale, per favore?
Where is the train station, please?Dov'è la stazione, per favore?
Where is the bus station, please?Dov'è la stazione bus, per favore?
Where is an internet cafè, please?Dov'è un Internet Cafè, per favore?
Where is the tourist info office, please?
Dov'è lufficio turistico, per favore?
Where is the lost & found, please?Dov'è l'ufficio oggetti smarriti, per favore?
Where can I get a taxi?-
Straight ahead.Sempre diritto
At the corner.-
After the stoplight.-
Behind (the church).Dietro (la chiesa).
In front of (the museum).davanti a(l museo).
Across from (the hotel).Di fronte x(x hotel.)
Nextprosimmo (male object)
prosimma (female object)
Firstprimo (male object)
prima (female object)
Lastultimo (male object)
ultima (female object)

Italian Phrases

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