A “fruttivendolo” is an Italian greengrocer or fruit seller specializing in fresh produce, often running small shops or market stalls. Engaging with them using specific Italian phrases enhances your experience and fosters authentic interactions. Learn twelve phrases to use at the “fruttivendolo”.

Two Main Takeaways

  • The most important words for the fruit seller are: “frutta”, meaning “fruit” in English and “verdura” meaning “vegetables”.
  • Three phrases to remember are: “Mi può dare tre zucchine?” (Can you give me three zucchini?), “Sono di stagione queste fragole?” (Are these strawberries in season?), and “Come posso conservare queste verdure a casa?” (How can I store these vegetables at home?).

Links Mentioned and Other Resources

  • CLICK HERE to listen to episode #138: Twelve Italian Phrases for Emergencies.
  • CLICK HERE to listen to episode 142: Phrases for Getting a Haircut in Italy.
  • CLICK HERE to get the 30 Key Phrases for Your Italian Vacation guide, covering the most important phrases you need to know before going to Italy.

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