Learn the most common Italian phrases at the supermarket in this lesson.
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Common Italian phrases at the supermarket
Do you have…?
Avete questa marca di dentifricio?
Do you have this toothpaste brand?
I would like…
I’m looking for…
Sto cercando la corsia del cibo per animali.
I’m looking for the pet food aisle.
I’ll take it. (sing. masc.)
I’ll take this. (sing. masc.)
Pago in contanti.
I’ll pay in cash.
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Posso pagare con carta di credito?
Can I pay with a credit card?
Ne avete ancora?
Do you have any more of this?
Quanto costa … al chilo?
How much does … cost per kilo?
Quanto costa il tonno al chilo?
How much does tuna cost per kilo?
Mi dia cinque panini, grazie.
Please give me five buns, thank you.
Un etto di prosciutto crudo, per favore.
100 grams of prosciutto, please.
Me ne dà un po’ di più, per favore?
Can you give me a little more, please?
Sono a posto così, grazie.
That will be all, thanks.
Dove trovo i surgelati?
Where do I find the frozen food?
Mi scusi, dove trovo i detersivi?
Excuse me, where can I find the detergents? (formal)
Mi scusi, sa dove posso trovare le uova?
Excuse me, do you know where I can find the eggs? (formal)
Avete qualcosa di meno caro?
Do you have anything cheaper?
Mi dà una borsa, per favore?
Can I have a bag, please? (formal)
Ha la nostra tessera fedeltà?
Do you have our a fidelity card? (formal)
Non ho moneta, mi dispiace.
I don’t have any change, I’m sorry.
Avete una cassa automatica?
Do you have a self-checkout?
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