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What is your name in formal Italian?
Last Updated: 2nd June, 2020
|Tu come ti chiami?||What's your name? informal|
|Lei come si chiama?||What's your name? formal|
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Similarly one may ask, what is your name on Italian?
The most common Italian form used to ask a person's name is "Come ti chiami?" which can be translated into English as something like "How are you called?".
Furthermore, where are you from formal Italian? (Where are you from? [Informal]) Di dov'è Lei? (Where are you from? [Formal])
Accordingly, what is the formal you in Italian?
In Italian you might be tu (informal), Lei (formal) or voi (plural).
Does Italian have formal and informal?
In Italian, there are two pronouns that mean 'you'. One is informal, to be used with people you are familiar with, and formal, which is to be used with people of a superior status to you or people you have just met.