Italian Salutations

This series of Italian lessons covers all the different Italian salutations. From Hello to Good bye and everything in between, these lessons will help you become the ultimate in politeness when you encounter Italians!

Hello in Italian

How many ways can you say hello in Italian? After this free Italian lesson for beginners you’ll know more than just a simple Buon giorno! Listen to the audio and follow the Italian pronunciation. And don't be shy - go ahead and practice each Italian word aloud!

How to say "Good morning" in Italian

The common word for the Good Morning in Italian is Buongiorno. In this audio lesson you will find out how to pronounce this and related words/phrases for Good Morning in Italian.

Goodbye in Italian

It wouldn't be Italian if there wasn't a variety of ways to say Good bye! In this lesson we’ll cover several common ways to say goodbye when talking to Italian people.

Saying Goodnight in Italian

Even saying Goodnight in Italian has it's pitfalls! It's good to be aware of the Italian cultural aspects when saying good night, or good evening.

Thank you in Italian

Knowing how to be polite in Italian is essential for any Italian language learner. After today’s free Italian audio lesson you’ll be able to say thank you in Italian and use other polite Italian expressions with confidence. Listen carefully to the Italian pronunciation and practice saying the Italian phrases aloud – you’ll have these mastered in no time!

Introducing people in Italian

It's time for a crash course in introductions in Italian! After this free audio lesson you’ll be able to recognize some common personal questions to use with Italian introductions. Even better, in most cases you’ll be able to reply using simple Italian phrases.

Saying Excuse me in Italian

Ready to be on your best behavior? After this free Rocket Italian lesson you’ll be able to say "thank you", "sorry" and "excuse me" in Italian, and use other polite Italian words and phrases with confidence. You’ll also know how to express your appreciation when someone is being helpful to you. A presto! Maria DiLorenzi Rocket Italian