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"Buona mattina, Come stai?" is an Italian equivalent of "Good morning, How are you?"

Specifically, the feminine adjective "buona" means "good." The feminine noun "mattina" means "morning." The interrogative "come" means "how." The verb "stai" means "(You) are."

The pronunciation is "BWOH-nah maht-TEE-nah KOH-may steye?"*

*The sound "eye" is similar to that of the English noun "eye."

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