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Invitations

Italian

English

Grazie per il suo invito.

Thanks for your invitation.

Mi dispiace, non ho tempo.

Sorry, I don't have any time.

Mi dispiace, non posso venire.

Sorry, I can't come.

A presto.

See you soon.

Ti/Le piacerebbe andare a fare una passeggiata?

Would you like to go for a walk?

Vorresti qualcosa da mangiare? / Lei vorrebbe qualcosa da mangiare?

Would you like to eat something?

Che programmi hai/ha per oggi?

What are your plans for today?

Certamente!

Sure!

Ottima idea.

That sounds nice.

Perché no?

Why not?

Neanche per sogno!

No way!

Vorresti qualcosa da bere? / Lei vorrebbe qualcosa da bere?

Would you like something to drink?

Hai fame?

Are you hungry?

Faccia come fosse a casa sua.

Make yourself at home.

Mi piacerebbe.

I'd love to.

Non ho nulla in contrario.

I don't mind.

Vuoi andare a bere qualcosa?

Would you like to go for a drink?

Vuoi andare a bere qualcosa?

Would you like to go for a drink?

Non ho nulla in contrario.

I don't mind.

Mi piacerebbe.

I'd love to.

Faccia come fosse a casa sua.

Make yourself at home.

Hai fame?

Are you hungry?

Vorresti qualcosa da bere? / Lei vorrebbe qualcosa da bere?

Would you like something to drink?

Neanche per sogno!

No way!

Perché no?

Why not?

Ottima idea.

That sounds nice.

Certamente!

Sure!

Che programmi hai/ha per oggi?

What are your plans for today?

Vorresti qualcosa da mangiare? / Lei vorrebbe qualcosa da mangiare?

Would you like to eat something?

Ti/Le piacerebbe andare a fare una passeggiata?

Would you like to go for a walk?

A presto.

See you soon.

Mi dispiace, non posso venire.

Sorry, I can't come.

Mi dispiace, non ho tempo.

Sorry, I don't have any time.

Grazie per il suo invito.

Thanks for your invitation.


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