|Alessia|| Marcello, ti piace leggere?
Marcello you pleases to-read
|Marcello, do you like to read?|
|Marcello|| Sì, mi piace leggere.
me pleases to-read
|Yes, I like to read.|
| Cosa ti piace fare?
what-thing you pleases to-do
|What do you like to do?|
|Alessia|| Mi piace leggere e guardare la TV.
me pleases to-read and watch the TV
|I like to read and watch TV.|
|Marcello|| Anche a me piace leggere,
also to me pleases to-read
|I also like to read,|
| ma non mi piace guardare la TV.
but not me pleases to-watch the TV
|but I don't like to watch TV.|
|Alessia|| Ti piace viaggiare?
you pleases to-travel
|Do you like to travel?|
|Marcello|| Sì! Mi piace molto viaggiare.
me pleases much to-travel
|Yes! I like to travel.|
|Alessia|| Anche a me piace viaggiare! |
also to me pleases to-travel
|I also like to travel!|
Ti piace ... ? means [Do you like ... ?], and can be used to ask someone if they like to perform some action. In the context of the phrase, the word ti means [to you] and the word piace means [is pleasing]. For example, the phrase Ti piace leggere? literally means [Is reading pleasing to you?].
Sì is the Italian word for [Yes].
No is the Italian word for [No].
Non is the Italian word for [Not], and is used to negate a sentence: