Goodnight in Italian
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How to say Goodnight in Italian
Italian people will make a difference between:
- Buonasera, literally "good evening" when meeting people after 6pm in the evening or so;
- Buonanotte, which translates “good night” and is used solely when leaving someone who is about to go to bed at night;
- Buona serata, used to wish people a good evening;
(Have a) good evening
The evening / The night out
To put children to bed, parents will use Italian goodnight phrases like:
Sweet dreams (literally: golden dreams)
È ora di andare a letto
It’s time to go to bed
That’s it for today’s lesson. I hope it was both pleasant and useful to you, and that you can use these Italian salutations to work on your pronunciation.
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