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Travel Phrases 14 Grazie! Thank you!
Travel Phrases Lesson 14
Grazie! Thank you!
Italiano
English
A: Grazie!
Thank you!
B: Prego!
You are welcome.
A: Grazie mille.
Thanks a lot.
B: Di nulla.
Don’t mention it.
A: Molte grazie.
Thanks a lot.
B: Non c’è di che.
Don’t mention it.
A: Ti ringrazio.
Thank you.
B: Di niente.
Don’t mention it.
Formale
Formal
A: La ringrazio.
I thank you.
B: Si figuri.
Don’t mention it.
You want to thank someone for something. You say. Grazie. Thank you. It can be used in any
setting, both informal and formal.
The most common answer is Prego. You are welcome. Also this word can be used in any setting.
Another way is to say Grazie mille. Thanks a lot. The first word means thank you while the
second word mille, means a thousand. So literally a thousand thanks.
One possible answer is using the two words Di nulla. Don’t mention it.
One more way to thank someone is to say Molte grazie. Many thanks. The first word molte means
many.
You can answer Non c’è di che. Don’t mention it.
Another common informal way is saying Ti ringrazio. Thank you.
You can answer Di niente. Don’t mention it.
Now you have to thank someone older or a superior, use La ringrazio. I thank you. It is made up of
two words.
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Answer in a formal style with Si figuri. Don’t mention it.
Please note that there are more translations of prego, di nulla, di niente, si figuri, non c’è di che
and they change according to context.
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