25 common Italian phrases for relationships

Learn the most common Italian phrases for relationships in this lesson.

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Hai fratelli o sorelle?
Do you have any brothers or sisters? (informal)

Ha fratelli o sorelle?
Do you have any brothers or sisters? (formal)

Ho tre fratelli e due sorelle.
I have three brothers and two sisters.

Hai figli?
Do you have any children? (informal)

Ha figli?
Do you have any children? (formal)

Ho tre figli.
I have three children.

common italian phrases for relationships
Ho tre figli.
I have three children.

Non ho figli.
I don’t have any children.

Che età hanno i tuoi figli?
How old are your children? (informal)

Che età hanno i suoi figli?
How old are your children? (formal)

Sei sposato? Sei sposata?
Are you married? (m/f, informal)

Lei è sposato? Lei è sposata?
Are you married? (m/f, formal)

Sì, sono sposato. Sì, sono sposata.
Yes, I’m married. (m/f)

Sei fidanzato?
Do you have a girlfriend? (informal)

Sei fidanzata?
Do you have a boyfriend? (informal)

Sono divorziato. Sono divorziata.
I’m divorced. (m/f)

Sono celibe. Sono nubile.
I’m single. (m/f)

Sono separato.
I’m separated. (m)

Sono separata.
I’m separated. (f)

Sono fidanzato. Sono fidanzata.
I’m engaged. (m/f)

common italian phrases for relationships
Sono fidanzato.
I’m engaged.

Ce l’hai il ragazzo?
Do you have a boyfriend? (informal)

Ce l’hai la ragazza?
Do you have a girlfriend? (informal)

Le presento mio marito.
I present to you my husband. (formal)

Le presento mia moglie.
I present to you my wife. (formal)

Le presento mio figlio.
May I present to you my son? (formal)

Le presento mia figlia.
May I present to you my daughter? (formal)


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