Greetings in Italian language

Learn how to say common greeting phrases in Italian.

Below are some basic greetings in Italian. Click on an English phrase for additional translations into Italian, pronunciation, and grammar notes if available.

Buon giorno!Hello!
Come va?How have you been doing?
Come va?How is it going?
Non c' `e male.Not bad.
Ciao!Hi!
Buon giorno!Good morning!
Buon giorno!Good afternoon!
Buon pomeriggio!Good afternoon!
Buona sera!Good evening!
Buona notte!Good night!
Come sta?How are you?
Molto lieto.Nice to meet you!
Mi e' un piacere conoscerLa.It is nice to meet you!
Come si chiama?What's your name?
Qual è il suo nome?What's your name?
Mi chiamoMy name is
Sto bene.I'm fine.
Che c'e' di nuovo?What's new?
Che c'e' di nuovo?What's up?
Non molto!Nothing special.
Egregio Signor!Dear Sir!
Gentile Signora!Dear Madam!
Gentile Signora!Dear Sir or Madam!
EgregioDear.
Egregio SergeiDear Sergei
Gentile NatashaDear Natasha
Come va?What are you doing?
Benvenuti!Welcome!
Bene, grazie.I'm well, thank you.











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