Hey everyone!
Be careful you all because I discovered that I love writing articles so here is another one about Italy. If you are a tourist you might be interested in knowing some words and sentences to say to Italian people in restaurants or shops. So here I am to help you! Let me know if you like the article!

Restaurants

Imagine (all the people!!) you are reading a menu and you see a strange meal with a strange name (it happens really often) and you want to ask what it is made of, you say:

  • Cosa c'è in questo piatto? (What is there in this meal?)

If then you don't know what to choose and you'd like to ask to the waiter what he/she recommends you say:

  • Cosa consiglia? (What do you recommend?)

You've finished your lunch and you want the bill, you ask:

  • Mi può portare lo scontrino? (May you give me the bill?)
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Shops

You are in a clothes shop and you've found a great red shirt but you'd prefer it in blue, you ask:

  • è l'unico colore che avete? (Is this the only colour you have got?)

Now you have your cute blue shirt but you'd like to try it on anyway, you say:

  • Posso provarlo? (Can I try it on?)
  • Posso provarli? ("Can I try these on?" if you have more items)
  • Dove sono i camerini? (Where are the fitting rooms?)

After trying your item on you'd like a smaller/larger size, you ask:

  • Ce lo avete in una misura più piccola? (Have you got this in a smaller size?)
  • Ce lo avete in una misura più grande? (Have you got this in a larger size?)

At the end you'll take your blue shirt but you want to know the price of it (we all know a blue shirt can be really expensive, don't we?), you say:

  • Quanto costa? (How much is this?)
  • Quanto costano? (How much are these?)
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Well you should also know how to say thanks or please and that stuff, so:

  • Grazie (Thank you)
  • Prego (You are welcome)
  • Per favore (Please)
  • Arrivederci (Good bye)
  • Salve (Hello)
  • Buongiorno (Good morning)
  • Buonanotte (Good night)

That's all for now! I hope you liked it and if you want you can check out my collection "Italy" or my last article

Thank you for reading <3