The best way to learn Italian – Italian travel lesson with subtitles – Eposide 1 HOTEL

The best way to learn Italian

Our Italian travel lesson is perfect for everyone who wants to travel. Italy is a very popular holiday destination, so Spanish vocabulary lessons will be useful to many people. If you are going on a vacation to Italy and need to know the most common phrases used in hotels, learn them with us! We have prepared a movie with a staged hotel scene that will help you learn the Italian language. Thanks to the fact that we have written captions, it will be much easier for you to understand and learn phrases that will help you communicate in Italy. Additionally you will have a lot of fun learning Italian travel lesson with subtitles.

Italian travel lesson with subtitles

Thanks to the subtitles in our movie you will be able to understand better what the characters of the movie say, but also learn the pronunciation of the words. Checking in at a hotel in Italian, as well as checking out and talking about meals will no longer be a problem for you. Get in on our video and learn foreign languages ​​effectively!

Below you will find a translation of the phrases you’ll hear in the video:

Scene 1:

  • Hello, have you got any free rooms? I’d like to reserve a double. (Buongiorno, avete stanze libere? Vorrei prenotare una camera doppia.)
  • Hi, sure. I can suggest a room with a double bed, balcony and view of the sea. (Buongiorno, posso offrirLe una camera con letto matrimoniale, balcone e vista mare.)
  • What’s included in the price? (Cosa è incluso nel prezzo dell’alloggio?)
  • The price includes breakfast and half-board, as well as underground parking. (Il prezzo comprende colazioni e cene, oltre al parcheggio sotterraneo.)
  • And the room has air-conditioning, right? (Ho capito. C’è l’aria condizionata in camera?)
  • That’s right, our entire hotel is air-conditioned. (Sì, il nostro hotel è dotato di aria condizionata.)
  • OK, in that case I’d like to reserve the room for two nights. (In tal caso, vorrei prenotare una camera per due notti.)
  • Of course. Can I see some identification? (D’accordo. Potrei avere il Suo documento d’identità, per favore?)
  • Here you are. (Prego.)
  • Thanks. (Grazie.)
  • What time is check-out? (A che ora è il check out?)
  • You can check out until noon. Breakfast is served from 7 to 11. And here is the key to your room. It’s number 4. Have a nice stay. (Il check-out è entro le ore 12. La colazione viene servita dalle 7:00 alle 11:00. Ecco la chiave della Sua stanza. È la stanza numero 4. Le auguriamo un piacevole soggiorno.)
  • Thank you. I also wanted to ask what kind of breakfast you serve? Can I order breakfast from room service? (Grazie. Vorrei chiedere in che forma viene servita la colazione. Posso ordinare in camera?)
  • Breakfast is served as a buffet. Unfortunately, we can only serve it in the restaurant. (C’è il buffet per la colazione, purtroppo serviamo solo la colazione nel ristorante.)
  • I see. Where is the elevator? (Capisco. Dov’è l’ascensore?)
  • To the left of the stairs. (A sinistra delle scale.)
  • Thank you. (Grazie.)

Scene 2:

  • Excuse me, I’m having a problem. There isn’t any hot water. (Mi scusi, ho un problema. Non c’è acqua calda.)
  • I’ll try to find out what happened. Is there anything else I can help with? (Cercherò di capire cosa è successo. Posso aiutarla con qualcos’altro?)
  • Yes, could you give me the Wi-Fi password? (Sì, vorrei chiedere la password per il wifi.)
  • The Wi-Fi password is in your room, on the table. (La password per internet è nella Sua stanza sul tavolo.)
  • OK, thanks. One more question. How long is the hotel bar open? (Va bene, grazie. Ho un’altra domanda. Fino a che ora è aperto il bar dell’hotel?)
  • Until midnight. You can also use the mini-bar in your room. (Fino a mezzanotte. È inoltre possibile utilizzare il minibar in camera.)
  • Thank you very much. (Grazie mille.)

Scene 3:

  • I’d like to check out. (Vorrei fare il check-out.)
  • Yes, of course. Did you enjoy your stay at our hotel? (Certo, prego. Le è piaciuto il soggiorno nel nostro hotel?)
  • Everything was OK. (Sí, tutto è andato bene.)
  • I‘m glad. Would you like to pay by credit card or in cash? (Ne sono lieto. Paga con la carta o in contanti?)
  • Cash. (In contanti.)
  • Thank you. Here is your bill. Do you need help with your luggage? (Grazie. Ecco il conto. Ha bisogno di aiuto con la valigia?)
  • No thanks, I’ll manage. Goodbye. (No grazie, ce la faccio. Arrivederci.)
  • Bye! (Arrivederci!)

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