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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

il libro
the book
il mese
the month
la città
the city
il fratello
the brother
il tavolo
the table

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Basic words and phrases in Italian

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

It is five o'clock.

Sono le cinque.

It is late.

È tardi.

I have time.

Ho tempo.

What time is it ?

Che ora è ?

It is noon.

È mezzogiorno.

I am in a hurry.

Ho fretta.

Hurry !

Presto !

One moment please.

Un momento per favore.