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in Italian languages and grammar on Oct 18, 2018
An italian proverb: “Non puoi avere la botte piena e la moglie ubriaca”. Literally “You cannot have a drunk wife and a full barrel”.
in Italian languages and grammar on Sep 24, 2018
Italians have good reputation for fashion and love to use phrases involving clothing. Today I am talking you through some of them
in Italian languages and grammar on Sep 13, 2018
Some words accented on the same syllable change meaning depending on whether the pronunciation of the E or O is either open or closed.
in Italian languages and grammar on Sep 04, 2018
“Leggo un giallo”, “guardo un giallo”; literally I read a yellow!, I watch a yellow!
If you are in Italy and you listen to this, don’t worry, they are not going mad!
in Touring, events, places and traditions on Aug 15, 2018
BUON FERRAGOSTO!!!! Have a good Ferragosto everybody!!! But what is Ferragosto? The 15th of August in Italy is a very important bank holiday that happens in the middle of the summer holiday.
in Touring, events, places and traditions on Jun 22, 2018
Usually Italians don’t eat much in the morning. Many do not eat anything at home and stop at a cafe on the way to work. Traditionally Italians stand at the counter and they have a coffee or a cappuccino and a pastry!!!.
in Italian languages and grammar on Feb 08, 2018
In the Italian language there are two accents, the grave and the acute which respectively indicate a closed or open sound of the vowel.
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