Happy to learn some beautiful Italian phrases?

If you want to go through beautiful Italian phrases to learn and use when speaking Italian, you will be happy to know that we have selected some for you! Either if you are looking for a phrase to impress someone or if you just enjoy the Italian language and are always looking for new things to learn, we are sure you will love these phrases!

Some of them have been said by popular authors or musicians, so are very well known among people in Italy: this is why you might hear them and find them in different contexts, as everybody knows where they come from and what they refer to. This is why is so important to have a look!

Let’s learn some lovely phrases!

Tutto è bene quel che finisce bene. –> All is well that ends well.

Nessuna nuova, buona nuova. –> No news is good news.

Se puoi sognarlo, puoi farlo. –> If you can dream it, you can do it. (W.Disney)

Tutto ciò di cui hai bisogno è l’amore. –> All you need is love. (J.Lennon)

let's learn some beautiful Italian phrases

Se vuoi qualcosa che non hai mai avuto, devi fare qualcosa che non hai mai fatto. –> If you want something you’ve never had, you must be willing to do something you’ve never done. (T.Jefferson)

La mente è come un paracadute. Funziona solo se si apre. –> A mind is like a parachute. It doesn’t work if it is not open. (F.Zappa)

Una stanza senza libri è come un corpo senz’anima. –> A room without books is like a body without a soul. (M.T.Cicero)

All nice phrases, aren’t they? And some of them are definitely popular in other language as well: had you ever heard any of them?

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