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The format is an easy to use, illustrated word book. The pictures and words are links to educational activities, games, and nursery rhymes. As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages. Click here to learn more. Click on a letter above and you’ll see words that start with that letter. The word on the top is in English, the word directly under it is in Italian.
Click on a picture or an underlined word, and you’ll link to a web page related to it. If you find any errors, please e-mail us. How to Say Hello in Italian. The most direct way to say “hello” in Italian is “ciao” but there are actually multiple ways to greet someone in Italian. Depending on the circumstances of your greeting, some of these other ways might actually be more suitable.
Say “ciao” in casual situations. Switch to “salve” for neutral situations. Italian, but is still not very common. Latin and was used frequently by the Romans during Caesar’s time.
Which greeting can also be used as a good-bye? It is a greeting that isn’t overly casual nor overly formal. Use it when you are with people you are not on familiar terms with. They should not be put together. You can use it among family and friends. Read on for another quiz question.