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How are you?

monique-f

monique-f

How do you say, How are you
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao Monique, "how are you?" in Italian is -"come stai?" (friendly version) or -"come sta?" (formal version). I hope this helps. Ciao
John-H8

John-H8

I think "come va?" also means "how are you?"
Kathleen-S8

Kathleen-S8

I can't get over how similar Italian, Spanish, and French are: Come Stai / Como estás / Comment ça va? I find that studying all three together is a bonus.
grahame-r

grahame-r

Also "come va?" is "how's it going?"
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao a tutti, "come va?" is literally "how is it going?" but mostly translated as "how are you?" most of the time. The three languages could be very similar sometimes. I would suggest to study one at the time as you can get mixed up while during all together. Buon divertimento. ciao

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