@marinelarys There aren't many sentences about that. • buon anno nuovo (Happy New Year) • buon anno (Happy New Year, litterally without the "New", so you say it only when midnight comes but it's the most used at that specific occasion) • auguri di buon anno (litterally "Wishes for a great new year" but it's like saying "I wish you a great new year")
The Language Level symbol shows a user's proficiency in the languages they're interested in. Setting your Language Level helps other users provide you with answers that aren't too complex or too simple.
Has difficulty understanding even short answers in this language.
Can ask simple questions and can understand simple answers.
Can ask all types of general questions and can understand longer answers.
Can understand long, complex answers.
This answer was given within 60 minutes of the question being posted.
How do you say "Hello" in Korean? Find out on HiNative!