Di dove sei?
Translation: Where are you from?

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You can answer it like this. for example.
Vengo dalla Francia. (I’m from France)
Vengo da un altro pianeta. (I’m from another planet.)

Come ti chiami?
What's your name?

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You can answer this question like this:
Mi chiamo Tom. (My name is Tom.)

Hai fratelli o sorelle?
Do you have brothers or sisters?

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Some possible answers:
Ho un fratello. (I have one brother.)
Ho due fratelli e una sorella. (I have two brothers and one sister.)

Sei mai stato in Italia?
Have you ever been to Italy?

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Che posti hai visitato in Italia?
What places did you visit in Italy?

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Com'è stato il tuo weekend?
How was your weekend?

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If you are asking this from more than person:
“Com’è stato il vostro weekend?”

Dove abiti?
Where do you live?

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Sometimes Italians ask it like this ‘Dove vivi?’.

Yes this can be a creepy question, but you don’t have to answer if you don’t want to.

Ti piace la cucina italiana?
Do you like Italian food?

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Here’s one way you can answer it:
“Amo il cibo italiano.” (I love Italian food.)

Pensi che l'italiano sia una lingua difficile?
Do you think Italian is a difficult language?

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Sei uno studente?
Are you a student?

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Feminine form: “Sei una studentessa?”