Italian Reading Together Phrases – Phrase of the Day Calendar

Learning Italian with your family? Here are six phrases in Italian that you can use when reading together! Be sure to pick and choose which phrases work best for your family!

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Ti va di leggere insieme?

Would you like to read together?


Che libro vuoi leggere?

Which book do you want to read?

Che libro volete leggere?

Which book do you want to read? (to 2+)


Ti è piaciuto il libro?

Did you like the book?

Vi è piaciuto il libro?

Did you like the book? (to 2+)


Il libro mi è piaciuto.

I liked the book.


Mi piace leggere con te.

I love reading with you.

Mi piace leggere con voi.

I love reading with you. (to 2+)


Noi leggiamo insieme ogni giorno.

We read together every day.

These phrases are from our phrasebook Use Italian at Home, which is made by native Italian speakers.

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