17 common Italian phrases for tastes

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

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Mi piace questo posto.
I like this place.

Non mi piace questo hotel.
I don’t like this hotel.

Questo piatto è il mio preferito.
This dish is my favorite.

Odio la pasta al pesto!
I hate pesto pasta!
(Who in their right mind wouldn’t like pesto pasta…?)

Questa pasta al pesto è buonissima!
This pesto pasta is delicious!
(Much better now.)

common Italian phrases for tastes
Questa pasta al pesto è buonissima!
This pesto pasta is delicious!

Come ti trovi qui?
How do you like it here? (informal)

Come si trova qui?
How do you like it here? (formal)

Ti piace?
Do you like it? (informal)

Le piace?
Do you like it? (formal)

Preferisco una camera doppia.
I prefer a double room.

Mi piace molto questa spiaggia.
I really like this beach.

Penso che questa vacanza sia fantastica.
I think this vacation is great.

Che tipo di musica ascolti?
What kind of music do you like? (informal)

common Italian phrases for tastes
Che tipo di musica ascolti?
What kind of music do you like?

Qual è il tuo film preferito?
What’s your favorite movie? (informal)

Qual è il tuo genere di libri preferito?
What’s your favorite book genre? (informal)

Hai qualche hobby?
Do you have any hobbies? (informal)

Mi piace leggere / pescare / ascoltare musica.
I like reading / fishing / listening to music.


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