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How Do You Say Agreement In Italian

by admin on December 10th, 2020

2) If we put the preposition di (of) in front of it, it means “in agreement.” If we “agree” — or as we usually say in English, “we agree,” we need three words to make one. We use the verb essere – the Preposition di (of) – the Substantiv accordo (agreement) to obtain the verb “to agree”: essere in accordo. We must combine the verb essere. K: To make sure you remember how you say “I agree” in Italian, go to our website joyoflanguages.com/italianpodcast and scroll down to episode 73. You`ll see all this written and you`ll get bonus materials like a quiz and tabs. And you can join our Facebook group in facebook.com/groups/5.minute.italian/ where you will find our fab community that talks together in Italian. I know you had an agreement on your company`s use of milk, didn`t you? Abbiamo firmato an accordo (we signed an agreement). an accordo: an agreement essere d`accordo: to accept or to be in cahoots undare d`accordo: to understand d`accordo: OK! Everything is well put accordo: reach an agreement – decide together something I have such an Italian word, but the meaning can change considerably depending on the verb used. Let`s look at 5 different ways to use accordo (agreement) in everyday life. This expression mettersi d`accordo is useful among friends who want to get together, but who can`t (or don`t want to) set a date right there and there. To say something like “We will meet again one day”, we could say Poi, ci mettiamo d`accordo (we will decide later). It`s a friendly expression to say that you want to see that person, but you can`t decide on anything properly, then and there.

M: So the rule is: if you have di before a vowel, as a in accordo, you can use aposrophic if you wish. In most cases, it is optional, but if you have fixed phrases like “d`accordo,” the Apostrophe is the standard form. Mr. Spada and his Danish wife, it seems, did not agree at all. No goes to accordo con suo fratello (she does not get away with her brother). Senti a po`, ma io e te una volta andavamo d`accordo, giusto? M: Let`s rewrite this sentence: Sono d`accordo K: In this ridiculous little conversation, you`ve heard many examples of what they say: “I agree.” To say “I agree” in Italian, let`s say: so, according to them, they were in Kahoots to frame him and then blackmail him? K: And finally, “they are,” which is convenient, because it`s exactly the same as “I am”: K: And there are some interesting mean things to say about that sentence. The first is the apostrophe. K: The second thing is that normally, when you say “Sono,” as in “I am,” the descriptor word that comes after must correspond to the sex of the person. 3) We also use accordo say “to get along”: andare d`accordo.

Here we use the verb andare plus the preposition di – the substantiv accordo. K: And in today`s lesson, you learn one of those really useful little phrases that you`re going to say all the time, “I agree.” It`s different from English, but it`s similar enough to remember quite easily. K: Let`s break it up. The first word of this expression is “sono.” Which means “I am.” K: And if you now think it would be nice to see this written, you`ll find the transcript going to our site, you`ll find details at the end of the episode. Ci vediamo domattina in ufficio, d accordo? (I`ll see you at the office tomorrow morning, OK?) D accordo (OK). K: Sono – I am; Agree to compliance. So, literally, the Italians say, “I am the concord.”

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