Italian Questions

This series of lessons on Italian questions will cover all that you need to know to be able to ask (and respond to) the questions that you will most commonly use in Italy. Each lesson has loads of examples that you can use to perfect your Italian pronunciation. Become confident askign questions in Italian!

How do you ask How are you? in Italian (answer: Come stai?)– and how do you reply? This free Italian audio lesson is essential for your Italian conversational skills.

We’ll show you the formal and informal ways to for ask people how they are to ensure you make a good first impression. And just in case you need to apologize… you’ll learn how to say sorry in Italian as well!

In this lesson we look at the different ways that you can ask questions in Italian. The lesson covers changing tone, interrogative pronouns like Where?, What? and Who?, as well as adding a "no?" at the end of a sentence to change it into a question. Discover loads of examples with audio that you can try!

How do you say When in Italian? How about Where in Italian? After this free Italian audio lesson you'll know how to get the answers you need! Listen to the Italian pronunciation and practice saying these Italian questions aloud. You'll never have an excuse to be late again!

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