Italian Language/follow-up

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Dear Lauren,

Is there a way to say “follow-up question” in Italian?

For example, would you please tell me how to say:
“I hope you don’t mind a follow-up question.”

Thank you.


Sincerely,

Rich

Answer
Hi Rich,

There is no set way really to say this in Italian. I think the example that you gave before 'spero che non ti dispiaccia un’altra domanda' is the best way to capture this.

There are a few other similar ways that I could suggest too:
Spero che non ti dispiaccia una domanda supplementare
Spero che non ti dispiaccia una domanda di approfondimento

Hope this helps,
Kind regards,
Lauren

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Lauren O' Hagan

Expertise

Although not my mother tongue, I have spoken Italian fluently for more than 12 years so I am very confident to answer any questions about the Italian language. I am also competent in Roman Dialect if there are any questions relating to this.

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MA Applied Linguistics First Class Honours in Modern Language Studies (Linguistics, Italian, Spanish) Received the top grade in the whole of UK for GCSE Italian, receiving a letter of congratulations from the Italian Consulate Completed my two-year A Level in 1 year with a grade A country. Carried out many translation jobs for a wide range of clients and topics including self-help, literature and exam papers. For personal reference, I have also translated Federico Moccia's Tre Metri Sopra Il Cielo and 2 of Francesco Totti's book.

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El Pensador, University of Bristol

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Letter of recognition from the Italian consulate MA Applied Linguistics BA Hons Modern Language Studies CELTA qualified C1 CILS C2 DELE

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