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What is the Italian translation of 'I'm sorry'?
Mi dispiace di essere in ritardo is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Sorry I'm late." Specifically, the pronoun mi means "me." The verb dispiace means "(it)… displeases, does displease, is displeasing." The dependent preposition di means "of, for." The infinitive essere means "to be." The masculine noun ritardo means "delay, lateness." The pronunciation is "mee dee-SPYAH-tcheh dee EHS-seh-reh een ree-TAHR-doh."
Sto studiando italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I'm studying Italian." Specifically, the present auxiliary sto means "(I) am busy, in the process o…f." The present participle studiando means "studying." The masculine noun italiano means "Italian." The pronunciation is "stoh stoo-DYAHN-doh EE-tah-LYAH-noh."
"I'm happy for you" in English means Sono felice per te in Italian.
I am in love with Austin - Sono innamorata di austin
You may say 'sumimasen' to apologize if something you are doing is inconveniencing someone. (In this way, it is similar to 'Excuse me.' If you bump into someone, you can say '…sumimasen' to apologize. It can also carry the meaning of 'thank you;' you may say it, for example, if someone serves you something.) Other methods of apologizing are; 'Gomennasai,' 'gomen ne,' and the very polite 'moushi wake arimasen [deshita].' Meaning "I have excuse," it can be used to apologize for bigger transgressions.
There are two main ways to say 'sorry' in Chinese: DUI bu qi (sounds like deh boo chee) bu hao yi se (sounds like boo how ee sir) You don't need to worry too much about… tones, as these phrases are heard often and will be recognised easily.
"Good night, because I'm sleepy already" in English means Buona notte, già sono stanca (when said by a female) or Buona notte, già sono stanco (when said by a male) in I…talian.
You may be able to get one at a gift shop: Museums, town halls, famous buildings and a lot more places!
sono italiano sono italiana (if you're a girl) Io Sono Italiana /o. Sono italiano, if you're male. Sono italiana, if you're female.
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Sono fidanzata in the feminine and Sono fidanzato in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "I'm engaged (to be married)." Specifically, the Italian ver…b sono means "(I) am" in this context. The feminine adjective fidanzata and the masculine fidanzato mean "engaged (to be married)." The pronunciation in Italian will be "SOH-noh FEE-dahn-TSAH-tah" in the feminine and "SOH-noh FEE-dahn-TSAH-toh" in the masculine.
Mi dispiace che parta. Buona fortuna is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Sorry you're leaving. Good luck." Specifically, the personal pronoun mi means "to me.…" The verb dispiace means "is displeasing." The relative pronoun che means "that." The verb parta means '(I/you) leave, (he/she/it) leaves" according to the context. The feminine adjective buona means "good." The feminine noun fortuna means "chance, fortune, good luck, luck." The pronunciation is "mee dee-SPYAH-tcheh keh PAHR-tah BWOh-nah fohr-TOO-nah."