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What is 'Come' in Italian?

Updated: 11/7/2022
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"Vieni!" is an Italian equivalent of "Come!"

Specifically, the verb "vieni" is the imperative form of command in the second person informal singular. That is the form that is used with family, friends and peers of the speaker. The pronunciation is "VYEH-nee."

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