What is 'Piacerebbe' when translated from Italian to English?
"It would be nice..." is an English equivalent of the Italian word Piacerebbe... . The third person singular conditional present translates literally into English as "It would be pleasing to... ." The pronunciation will be "PYA-tchey-REB-bey" in Italian.
Mi piacerebbe essere lì! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Wish I were there!" The object pronoun, present conditional verb, present infinitive, and adverb translate literally into English as "It would please me to be there!" The pronunciation will be "mee PYA-tchey-REB-bey ES-sey-rey lee" in Italian.
What is 'Hi Mike How are you Yes I would like to be your friend Are we relatives' when translated from English to Italian?
Mi piacerebbe davvero uscire con te is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I would really love to date you." Specifically, the object pronoun mi is "(to) me" in this context. The present conditional verb piacerebbe means "(it) would be pleasing." The adverb davvero means "really." The present infinitive uscire means "to date, to go out." The dependent preposition con means "with. The object pronoun te translates as "(informal singular) you." The pronunciation will…