3. Where is the station?

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Bruno and Scotty are visiting the smallest region in Italy: the Aosta Valley! With the series Turisti in Valle d’Aosta tourists in the Aosta Valley you’ll learn Italian by following Bruno and Scotty traveling from the city centre of Aosta to the Fénis castle. After an introduction about the region, you’ll learn how to ask for information and directions and how to buy a train ticket and an entrance ticket. At the end we’ll visit the castle together and we’ll even meet its ghost! Enjoy watching the series and learn useful vocabulary and sentences. Right below the videos you’ll find the script and the translation for you to review the sentences.

Episodio 3: Dov’è la stazione?

Bruno and Scotty have to take the train. But where is the station?

https://youtu.be/jIAwRYaeQkw
TRANSCRIPTION AND TRANSLATION

Dov’è la stazione?

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Signora: “Do you know where the station is?”
Scotty: “Uh, actually no. Where is it?”

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Signora: “It is not difficult. “Now you just go straight ahead on this road.”
Scotty: “Okay.”

Andare dritto to go straight ahead

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Signora: “Then at the crossroads turn left, oh no, right.”
Scotty: “OK..”

l’incrocio crossroads
girare a destra to turn right
girare a sinistra to turn left

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Signora: “Then you walk through the public gardens.”
Scotty: “OK…”

attraversare to walk trough, to cross

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Signora: “Then you take the second street left… No, the first street left.”
Scotty: “Ok…”

prendere la prima / seconda strada a sinistra / a destra to take the first / second street left / right

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Signora: “And then you’ll see the station, it’s just after the roundabout! There’s a traffic light, too.”
Scotty: “Ok…..”

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Signora: “All clear?”
Scotty: “I hope so! Thank you very much.”

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