How do you respond to molto bene?
For example: Sto molto bene, grazie. = I'm very well, thanks. Molto bene, grazie.
The response to grazie that you're most likely to use or hear is prego (you're welcome), or you could say di niente (not at all). For greater emphasis you can use s'immagini or si figuri in the formal form, and figurati informally (don't mention it).
If you are asked “come stai?” or “come va?” and you are fine, then the best way to answer is “bene”. If you feel extremely good, you can also say “molto bene.”
- Sono d'accordo = I agree.
- Sono = I am.
- Di = of.
- Accordo = accord.
- Non sono d'accordo = I don't agree.
- Sei d'accordo = you agree.
- Sei d'accordo? = do you agree?
- È d'accordo = he/she agrees.
How do you respond? You should be responding, “Grazie e arrivederci.” Which means “Thank you and goodbye.”
Tutto bene. : –Is everything alright? –Everything's fine. informale.
va tutto bene. : everything is fine, everything is going well.
[Italian] fem. Very Pretty or Very Beautiful.
The most natural responses to this question is Mi chiamo ____ (I call myself ___) or Io sono ____ (I am ___). E tu, come ti chiami? – Mi chiamo Giulio… te l'ho già detto mille volte!
The most used is “you're welcome”. So, if some one say Grazie [GRAH-tsee-eh] (thank you) or grazie mille [GRAH-tsee-eh MEEL-leh](many thanks), you can (or should) reply: “Prego!”
What does Goomba mean in Italian?
Where does goombah come from? The word goombah is an Anglicized version of the Italian phrase cumpà or compare, which means “friend” or “godfather.” Many Southern Italian pronunciations of this word sound like “goombah” to English speakers.
People usually simply say piacere (nice to meet you), whether in formal or informal situations. Piacere – Piacere.
What does ciao bella mean? Ciao bella is an informal Italian expression literally meaning “goodbye (or hello), beautiful.”
You say grazie when someone is offering you something that you want to accept, but you also use it if you want to refuse. Unlike English, there is no difference such as Yes, please/ No thanks in Italian. Italians say grazie in any case, both if they want to accept or to refuse.
So, how do you reply when someone tells you buonasera? Most of the times, you just need to add anche a te, which means “you too“. So, the most common response is “Buonasera anche a te” – or “Buonasera anche a lei” in formal situations.