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The Italian definite article (singular)

The English definite article the is il or la in Italian. The word il is used with masculine nouns and the word la is used with feminine nouns. If however the noun starts with a vowel, the definite article is shortened to l'.

Examples of the Italian definite article

l'uomo
the man
il gatto
the cat
la figlia
the daughter
la città
the city
la porta
the door

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Basic words and phrases in Italian

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

Fine, thank you.

Bene, grazie.

Do you understand?

Capisce ?

Where do you come from?

Di dov'è Lei ?

Thank you.

Grazie.

Where do you work ?

Dove lavorate ?

Do you speak English?

Lei parla l'inglese ?

What's your name ?

Come si chiama ?

How old are you?

Quanti anni ha ?