Hello and welcome to Italy

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by girlygil-0899, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. girlygil-0899 Member

    english - canadian
    I just want to confirm that what I have is right. I'm saying this from the perspective of a flight attendant or pilot saying this to a plane load of people who have just touched down in Italy, and I'm not quite sure if I have the tense right.

    Would it be "Buongiorno e bevenuti a Italia"?

    Any help would be much appreciated :)
     
  2. CalamaroJoe Senior Member

    Italian
    Buongiorno, e benvenuti in Italia
     
  3. girlygil-0899 Member

    english - canadian
    okay "in" instead of "a".

    thanks so much :)
     

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