Most common italian words

Guess the most common italian words
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Last updated: February 20, 2014
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Answer
non
e, è
che
negozio
lei
il
un
a
per
una
sono
ho
ha
ma
cosa
in
con
Answer
come
no
io
questo
hai
qui
bene
sei
tutto
era
più
fare
quando
perché
ora
si
fratello
Answer
tu
o
sinistra
destra
donna
così
chi
quello
molto
anche
voglio
niente
nonna
giorno
dove
abbiamo
posso
Answer
allora
siamo
strada
vuoi
hanno
prima
noi
giardino
due
casa
ancora
qualcosa
vero
voi
nonno
sempre
padre
Answer
loro
andiamo
andare
altro
sorella
signore
buono
tempo
forse
certo
vita
fuori
uomo
lui
adesso
anno
poi
Answer
videre
via
parte
madre
quanto
volta
ciao
amico
dopo
amica
signora
grazie
lavoro
ogni
senza
tanto
troppo
8 Comments
+1
Level 29
Feb 19, 2014
Fun quiz, but it might be very hard if you do not speak Italian.
+2
Level 60
Jul 5, 2021
I guess that's a side effect of an Italian quiz.
+3
Level 28
May 12, 2014
"videre" is no italian. Did you mean "vedere"?
+3
Level 19
Jun 24, 2016
where did you take this data from? Nice quiz, was not expecting "negozio" in 4th place!
+2
Level 33
Mar 19, 2020
Most of those words are so strange... I am Italian and I did a lot better with the English and Frech quizzes.
+4
Level 70
Jun 30, 2021
What about "la"?
+5
Level 62
Jun 30, 2021
Yeah, there are surely some mistakes here. "Di" doesn't appear but should be top ten, and there's no way "negozio" is up there. Still enjoyed it though.
+1
Level 41
Mar 30, 2023
there are lots of absurdities: nonna (grandmother) is in the list, but not mamma (Mother) or papà (father). There aren't the articles except il (that mean: lo, la, le, gli, etc.), there aren't lots of proposition italians use continuously (di, da, su, in, fra, tra). Negozio in the 4th position means that italian speak more about shopping than about family (that's impossible).

In conclusion: a totally failed quiz