Meeting new Italian friends is crucial to improve your Italian and expand your social circle. So, learning how to invite someone in Italian is crucial to make new friends.
In this video lesson we’re going to see three Italian expressions to invite someone.
The first expression is “ti va di…“. This expression is followed by a verb in the infinitive and it means “do you fancy...”
The second expression is “andiamo”. This expression can translate as “shall we go and...”
Then, we have a third expression which is “vieni con me a…”. This expression can translate as “are you coming with me to…”
Now, click on the video below to listen to their pronunciation and see them in practical examples. 🙂
Ready? Let’s begin! 😀
3 EXPRESSIONS TO INVITE SOMEONE IN ITALIAN
Here you have a few examples with “ti va di…”, “andiamo…” and “vieni con me a…”
TI VA DI…
Ti va di andare al cinema con me?
Do you fancy going to the cinema with me?
Ti va di mangiare una pizza?
Do you fancy eating a pizza?
Ti va di andare a fare shopping?
Do you fancy going shopping?
Andiamo al cinema?
Shall we go to the cinema?
Andiamo in centro?
Shall we go to the center?
Andiamo in pizzeria?
Shall we go to the pizzeria?
VIENI CON ME A…
Vieni con me a prendere un caffè?
Are you coming with me to have a coffee?
Vieni con me a mangiare un gelato?
Are you coming with me to have an ice-cream?
Vieni con me in centro?
Are you coming with me to the center?
Are you ready to put them into practice? 🙂
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