Medical Pregnancy
I've got something important to tell you. Ho una cosa importante da dirti.
I'm expecting a baby! Aspetto un bambino!
You're kidding! Stai scherzando!
Congratulations, that's wonderful news. Congratulazioni, che bella notizia.
When did you find out you were pregnant? Quando hai scoperto di essere incinta?
I went to the doctor yesterday and she told me I was definitely pregnant. Sono andata dal medico ieri e mi ha detto che sono sicuramente incinta.
I'd done a couple of home tests but needed to make sure. Ho fatto un paio di test a casa ma volevo essere sicura.
How far gone are you? A che mese sei?
The doctor reckons I'm six weeks pregnant. Il dottore pensa che sia incinta di sei settimane.
What was David's reaction? Come ha reagito David?
I haven't told him yet, I'll tell him tonight. Ancora non gliel'ho detto, glielo dico stasera.
The news hasn't sunk in yet, I'm still in shock. Non ho ancora realizzato la notizia, sono ancora sotto shock.
Have you been trying for a baby? Stavate cercando di avere un bambino?
We've been trying for a baby for a while now. È da un po' che proviamo ad avere un bambino.
You'll have to cut out the cigarettes. Dovrai eliminare le sigarette.
You'd better keep an eye on how much wine you drink. Farai meglio a stare attenta a quanto vino bevi.
When is the baby due? Per quando è prevista la nascita?
Is it a boy or a girl? È maschio o femmina?

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