You've conjugated verbs, learned to pronounce double consonants, and know the difference between passato prossimo and passato remoto. Now you want to practice your Italian in Italy! Make sure you commit to memory the following Italian phrases, essential for visitors who would like to ingratiate themselves with native Italians. If you try to communicate in Italian, it's likely Italian-speakers will return your thoughtfulness with goodwill and graciousness. Buon viaggio!