Ciao Bella e come era il vostro giorno?
ciao bella. com'e' andata la tua giornata? what you put above had to have come from an online translator which are completely wrong 98% of the time.
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Spero che il vostro giorno sia bello come siete! in Italianmeans "I hope your day is as fine (handsome) as you are!" inEnglish.
'Forever yours' is an English equivalent of 'Per sempre il vostro'. This is what's said by an eternally devoted or loving male. An eternally devoted or loving female says 'Pe…r sempre la vostra'.
Grippare il Girono is Italian for Seize the day
"You all and your managed object browser" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase voi e il vostro mob browser . The second person informal plural pronoun, conjunction,… masculine singular definite article and pronoun, and English loan words model a feature of Italian whereby technology may retain its original spelling -- in this case -- or take on a translated equivalent, such as navigatore oggetto gestito . The pronunciation will be "voy ey eel VO-stro mohb BROO-ser" in Italian.
"Yours" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase il vostro . The masculine singular definite article and possessive pronoun reference the second person informal plural …regarding whatever belongs to "you all." The pronunciation will be "eel VO-stro" in Italian.
One answer is simply Ciao . Another is Ciao Bello . In the word by word translation, the interjection 'ciao' means 'hello' and 'goodbye'. The masculine adjective 'bello' … and the feminine adjective 'bella' mean 'handsome' and 'beautiful', respectively.
"Hello, beautiful! How are you?" is a literal English equivalent ofthe Italian phrase Ciao, bella! Come stai? The interrogativeis in the second person informal singular, whi…ch is the "you" formused among family, friends, and peers. The pronunciation will be"tchow BEL-la KO-mey STEYE" in Italian.
ciao come stai si vidiamo bella tutti
Your beautiful ... is an English equivalent of 'il vostro splendido...'. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine possessive 'vostro' means 'your'. T…he masculine adjective 'splendido' means 'superb, splendid, bright, beautiful'. All together, they're pronounced 'eel VOH-stroh SPLEHN-dee-doh'.
Hello, how are you, my beautiful flower is an English equivalent of 'Ciao, Come sta Lei, Mi [ a ] bella fiore' . The interjection 'ciao' means 'hello, hi' and 'goodby…e, bye'. The adverb 'come' means 'how'. The verb 'sta' means '[he/she/it] is or stands, [you] are or stand'. The subject pronoun 'Lei' means 'you'. The feminine possessive 'mi [ a ] '* means 'my'. The feminine adjective 'bella' means 'beautiful, handsome'. The feminine noun 'fiore' means 'flower'. All together, they're pronounced 'chow KOH-meh stah leh MEE[-ah] BEHL-lah fee-OH-reh'. *The vowel 'a' of 'mia' may drop before an adjective or noun that begins with a consonant.
" Enjoy your day " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Goda del vostro giorno . Specifically, the imperative goda means "(formal singular you) enjoy!" The word… del combines the dependent preposition di with the masculine definite article il to mean "of the." The masculine possessive adjective vostro literally means "(informal plural) your." The masculine noun giorno means "day." The pronunciation is "GOH-dah dehl VOH-stroh DJOHR-noh."
What is the English translation of the Italian phrase 'Spero che possiamo parlare di nuovo del giorno Forse essere degli amici Ciao Bella'?
" I hope that we can speak again during the day. Perhaps be friends. 'Bye, Beautiful !" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Spero che possiamo parlare di nuovo d…el giorno. Forse essere degli amici. Ciao, Bella ! Specifically, the verb spero is "(I) am hoping, do hope, hope". The conjunction che means "that". The verb possiamo means "(we) are able, can". The present infinitive parlare means "to speak". The adverbial phrase di nuovo means "again". The adverbial phrase del giorno means "during/in/of the day". The adverb forse means "maybe, perhaps". The present infinitive essere means "to be". The partitive degli means "some". The masculine noun amici means "(male) friends, (female and male) friends". The interjection ciao means "'bye, good-bye" in this context. The feminine adjective/pronoun bella translates as "beautiful, handsome, nice, pretty". The pronunciation will be "SPEY-roh key pohs-SYAH-moh pahr-LAH-rey dehl DJOHR-noh FOHR-sey EHS-sey-rey ah-MEE-tchee tchow* BEHL-lah" in Italian. *The sound is similar to that in the English adverb "how".
In Italian to English
" How was your day ?" is an English equivalent of Come fu il giorno tuo ? The interrogative is used with a family member, friend, or peer since the second person informal s…ingular "you" form is used. The pronunciation will be "KO-me foo eel DJOR-no TOO-o" in Italian.
In Video Games
There is a really fun game called Catwalk Countdown.. VERY similar to Ciao Bella! hope this helps:)
In Italian to English
Ciao, Bello is an answer to the Italian phrase Ciao, Bella . Specifically, the greeting ciao means "hi, hello." The feminine adjective/pronoun bella and the masculine … bello mean "gorgeous." The respective pronunciations are "tchow* BEHL-loh" and "tchow BEHL-lah." *The sound is similar to that in the English noun "chow."
In Newspapers and Magazines
Il Giorno - newspaper - was created on 1956-04-21.
Il Microfono Ã¨ vostro was created in 1951.