How to say “or”
In today’s short lesson you’re going to learn something pretty straightforward: how to say “or” in Italian. You just need one letter: “o”. Like in English, we use this word to link two or more options, and it’s placed between the options.
O – examples
Let’s have a look at some examples:
- Tè o caffè?
Tea or coffee?
- Vieni a casa o vai con loro?
Are you coming home or are you going with them?
- Volete uno o due gelati?
Do you want one or two ice creams?
- Vai a Roma o a Milano?
Are you going to Rome or to Milan?
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