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The Italian word for 'your'

The Italian words for your are tuo and tua. The word tuo is used with masculine nouns and the word tua is used with feminine nouns.

Examples of using the word 'your' in Italian

il tuo dizionario
your dictionary
tuo figlio
your son
tua madre
your mother
il tuo amico
your friend
la tua musica
your music

Italian to English

Each topic in the Italian to English audio course provides a clear explanation of a particular aspect of Italian grammar. There are numerous topics in the package. Topics include the Italian definite article, the indefinite article, Italian adjectives, Italian pronouns, Italian demonstrative pronouns. Each explanation includes examples of usage.

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Basic words and phrases in Italian

Get by in Italian with these basic Italian words & phrases.

I have time.

Ho tempo.

What time is it ?

Che ora è ?

One moment please.

Un momento per favore.

It is five o'clock.

Sono le cinque.

It is early.

È presto.

It is late.

È tardi.

It is two o'clock.

Sono le due.

Hurry !

Presto !