Italian Phrases For Agreement

M: So the rule is this: if you have di before a vowel, as the a in accordo, you can use d Apostrophe if you wish. In most cases, this is optional, but if you have fixed phrases like “d`accordo,” the apostrophe d is the default form. I know you had an agreement for the use of your company`s milk, didn`t you? Accordo is such a convenient Italian word, but the meaning can change considerably depending on the verb used. Consider 5 different ways to use chord (chord) in everyday life. K: And in today`s lesson, you`ll learn one of those really useful little phrases that you`ll say all the time, “I agree.” It`s different from English, but it`s similar enough to remember very easily. K: To make sure you remember how you say in Italian “I agree”, visit our website and scroll down to episode 73. You see all this written down and you get bonus material like a quiz and learning cards. And you can join our Facebook group by going to where you will find our fabulous community that practices chat in Italian together. 2) If we put the preposition di (de) before, it means “in agreement”. If we agree – or, as we usually say in English, “we agree” – we need 3 words to make one. We use the verb essere (to be) + the preposition di (de) + the noun accordo (agreement) to get the verb “to accept”: essere in accordo.

We must conjugate the verb. By the way, be careful with “I don`t agree”, these are verbs in English, but prepositional or adverbal sentences (or something like that) in Italian. Want more tips for talking about Italian phrases and phrases like a real Italian? Watch the video below to become even more Italian: it`s like saying “I agree” and not “I agree”. For this reason, Italians who speak English tend to say “I agree” and “I disagree”. un accordo: an agreement essere d`accordo: accept or be in cahoots andare d`accordo: to get along with him: OK! Very well, mettersi d`accordo: reach an agreement – decide together on something Abbiamo firmato un accordo (we signed an agreement). So far, we have focused on Italian for beginners in our language courses, but we know that some of you are quite advanced in your Italian studies. So we`ll give you a few “link phrases” that you can use in discursive essays or in formal discussion situations.

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