Getting started with Italian 3
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3 At Piombino’s tourist office

You are on the west coast of Italy, in Piombino, Tuscany, and have gone to the tourist information office to find out the times of ferries to the islands. While you are queuing at the tourist information office, you overhear some customers asking about departure and arrival times for various ferries (traghetti).

Activity 3

Listen to the audio track and fill in the table with the missing times.

Ascoltate l’audio e inserite gli orari di partenza o arrivo nella tabella.

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Transcript

Listen to some people in the tourist information office in Piombino asking about departure and arrival times for the ferries.

1.– A che ora parte il traghetto per Olbia?

– Parte alle undici e venti.

– E a che ora arriva?

– Arriva alle sedici e trentacinque.

2.– A che ora parte il traghetto per Portoferraio? 

– Parte alle quattordici e trentacinque. 

– E a che ora arriva? 

– Arriva alle quindici e trentacinque. 

3 – A che ora parte il traghetto per Bastia? 

– Parte alle sedici e dieci e arriva alle diciotto e dieci. 

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