Di che colori sono le zanzare?
Le zanzare [da famiglia Culicidae] sono di colore grigio o nero.
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Translation: Italian Â» English. sono piu che perfetto . are more than perfect . google translate http://translate.google.com/translate_t#it|en|sono%20piu%20che%20perfetto
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Washington, New York, los angeles, san francisco, las Vegas, new Orleans, santa fe, Amarillo, niagara falls, Oklahoma city, san antonio, la valle della morte eccetera
La Spagna ha 13 cittÃ patrimonio dell'umanitÃ tra le queali si possono trovare: Salamanca, Toledo, Cuenca, Alcala de Henares, El escorial, Santiago de Compostela, Granada, Cordoba, Merida, Segovia o Avila. Comunque, la Spagna ha tantissimo patrimonio artistico e culturale quindi Ã¨ una bella… gara. (MORE)
"In dreams and love there are impossibilities" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Nei sogni e nell'amore ci sono le impossibilitÃ . The masculine plural prepositional phrase, conjunction, masculine singular prepositional phrase, adverb/pronoun, third person plural present indicative,… and feminine plural definite article and noun model a rare case in which the singular form of a noun is the same as the plural. The pronunciation will be "ney SO-nyoo ey NEL-la-MO-rey tchee SO-no ley eem-POS-see-BEE-lee-TA" in Italian. (MORE)
I'm not sure exactly what your saying in the question, but in Mario 64 DS, you can be Yoshi, Mario, Luigi, and Wario, but not waluigi, that's just fake
"And I'm your penpal" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase E sono la tua amica di penna . The conjunction, first person present indicative, feminine singular definite article with possessive and noun, preposition, and feminine singular noun translate literally into English as "And I'm you…r friend of (the) pen." The pronunciation will be "ey SO-no la TOO-a-MEE-ka dee PEN-na" in Italian. (MORE)
Ma di che? in Italian means "But what?" in English, if you say it as you say "prego" you can translate it in "you're welcome"
Le ragazze sono un mistero che non risolverÃ² mai! in Italianmeans "Girls are a mystery that I will never solve!" in English.
I thank all the people who believe in me is an English equivalent of 'Ringrazio tutte le persone che credono in me'. The verb 'ringrazio' means '[I] am thanking, do thank, thank'. The feminine adjective 'tutte' means 'all, every'. The feminine definite article 'le' means 'the'. The feminine n…oun 'persone' means 'people'. The interrogative/relative 'che' means 'whom, that'. The verb 'credono' means '[they] are believing, believe, do believe'. The preposition 'in' means 'in'. The personal pronoun 'me' means 'me'. All together, they're pronounced 'reen-GRAH-tsee-oh TOOT-teh leh pehr-SOH-neh keh KREH-doh-noh een meh'. (MORE)
"I'm crazy about you, but (then) I love you!" is an Englishequivalent of the Italian phrase Io sono pazzo di te ma tiamo! It may be heard said by a male, not a female, speaker. Thepronunciation will be "EE-o SO-no PAT-tso dee tey ma tee A-mo" inItalian.
"I'm Calabrian, and (what about) you?" is an English equivalent of Sono di origine calabrese e tu? The present indicative,preposition, feminine singular noun, feminine/masculine singularadjective, conjunction, and second person informal singular pronounalso translate into English as "They're Calabr…ian in origin, and(what about) you?" Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciationwill be "SO-no dee o-REE-djee-ney KA-la-BREY-zey too" in Italian. (MORE)
Let me sing that I'm an Italian is an English equivalent of 'Lasciatemi cantare che sono un italiano' . The imperative 'lasciate' means '[you] allow, let, permit'. The personal pronoun 'mi' means 'me'. The relative 'che' means 'that'. The verb 'sono' means '[I] am'. The masculine indefinit…e article 'uno' * means 'a, one'. The masculine adjective/noun 'italiano' means 'Italian'. All together, they're pronounced 'lah-SHAH-teh-mee kahn-TAH-reh keh SOH-noh oo-nee-tah-LYAH-noh'. *The vowel 'o' of 'uno' drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. (MORE)
The right spelling is: "voulez vous coucher avec moi ce soir" and it means "would you sleep with me tonight?"
"I am from Chiavari" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Io sono di Chiavari . The first person singular personal pronoun makes clear the subject of the present indicative verb, preposition, and proper place noun since the verb endings are the same as those of the second person formal pl…ural ("you all") and third person plural ("they"). The pronunciation will be "EE-o SO-no dee kya-VA-ree" in Italian. (MORE)
What is 'Le custom sono moto veramente belle ma da noi usiamo più le moto Naked' when translated from Italian to English?
Le custom sono moto veramente belle ma da noi usiamo piÃ¹ le moto Naked! in Italian is "The custom are really nice motorcycles but we use more Naked bikes."
anche io ho bisogno di conoscere delle festivitÃ confuciane di gennaio . per favore datemene almeno una
Ã© una linea che divide una figura in due parti simmetrica in modo che le figura in un lato Ã© la stessa figura dall'altro. Buona fortuna! ;-} Just in case... What is the axis of symmetry? a line that divides a figure into two symmetrical parts, in a way that the figure on one side is the sa…me as the figure on the other side. (MORE)
" I'm lucky to know you " is one English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sono fortunato di conoscerti . Specifically, the verb sono is "(I) am" in this context. The masculine adjective/past participle fortunato may be translated as "fortunate, happy, lucky". The dependent preposition di l…iterally means "of". The present infinitive conoscere * means "to become acquainted with, to know". The personal pronoun ti translates as "(informal singular) you". The pronunciation will be "SOH-noh FOHR-too-NAH-toh dee KOH-noh-SHEHR-tee" in Italian. *The final e drops before an attached object pronoun. (MORE)
Sono cosÃ¬ innamorata di te! in Italian is "I'm so in lovewith you!" in English.
"You hate what I like about you!" is an English equivalent of Odii che mi piace di te! The declarative statementtranslates literally into English as "You hate that it pleases meregarding you!" The pronunciation will be "O-dee-ee key meePYA-tche dee tey" in Italian.
'I'm waiting for your answer' is an English equivalent of 'Sono in attesa di una tua risposta'. 'They're waiting for your answer' is another equivalent. Italian language speakers may not use subject pronouns except for clarification or emphasis. In this case, the verb 'sono' is the present indica…tive form for the first person singular ['I am'] and for the third person plural ['They are']! (MORE)
Louis Aime Augustin Le Prince disappeared on 18 September 1890 from a French train near Dijon, France. Nothing is known about his life or death after that time.
Sono cosÃ¬ felice che tu sia qui! in Italian means "I'm sohappy that you're here!" in English.
"Bella's good graces? Definitely yes!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Grazie di Bella? Che sÃ¬! The feminine plural noun, preposition, feminine nickname, exclamatory pronoun, and affirmative translate literally to English as "Good graces of Bella? That yes!" The pronunciation wil…l be "GRA-tsyey dee BEL-la key see" in Italian. (MORE)
"What am I?" and "What are they (you all)?" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase Che cosa sono? The interrogative pronoun, feminine singular noun, and present indicative in the first person singular (case 1), third person plural (example 2), or second person formal plural (instance 3) als…o translate literally into English as "What thing am I?" or "What thing are they (you all)?" The pronunciation will be "key KO-sa SO-no" in Italian. (MORE)
Pensi che sia piÃ¹ intelligente di te in Italian means "Youthink he/she is more intelligent than you" in English.
" I also know that I'm crazy! " is an Englishequivalent of the Italian phrase So anche che sono pazza! Specifically, the present indicative verb so is "(I) am knowing, do know, know." The adverb anche means"also, too." The conjunction che means "that." The presentindicative verb sono mean…s "(I) am." The feminineadjective pazza translates as "crazy." The pronunciation will be "soh AN-ke ke SO-no PAT-tsa" inItalian. (MORE)
He died because his influence as human being was limited but when he died the wind carried his ideas and freedom was speeded up quickly in many places around the world and what he wishes for the world was achieved quick
" Long live the women who protest today " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Vivano le donne che manifestano oggi . Specifically, the imperative vivano means "(they, formal plural you all) live." The feminine plural definite article le means "the." The feminine noun donne means… "women." The relative pronoun che means "that, who." The verb manifestano means "(they, formal plural you all) are demonstrating/protesting, demonstrate/protest, do demonstrate/protest." The adverb oggi means "today." The pronunciation is "VEE-vah-noh leh DOHN-neh keh MAH-nee-FEH-stah-nohdj-djee." (MORE)
I think to answer this question would be to answer the question "Why is it fitting that joy be extinguished?" I think that's about what Gavroche symbolizes, he has so much of it in spite of his circumstances, in such contrast with the other 'miserables.' But I think his death underscores the extent …to which the society as it was in its unfairness was destroying truly good things. And according to Hugo in his first description of Gavroche, society was bound to get him in the end; either he would starve, or become a criminal and lose his soul, or something else would happen either to kill him or to change him. There might be other reasons too, of course. (MORE)
" I'm delighted to see yo u" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Sono felice di vederti . Specifically, the verb sono means "(I) am" in this context. The feminine/masculine adjective felice means "glad, happy." The preposition di means "of." The infinitive vedere* means "to see.…" The personal pronoun ti means "(informal singular) you." The pronunciation is "SOH-noh feh-LEE-tcheh dee veh-DEHR-tee." *The final vowel e drops when a personal pronoun is added to the end of the infinitive. (MORE)
" I'm madly in love with you " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Io sono pazzo innamorato di te . Specifically, the subject pronoun io means "I." The verb sono means "(I) am" in this context. The masculine adjective pazzo means "crazy." The masculine adjective innamorato mea…ns "in love." The preposition di means "of." The personal pronoun te means "(informal singular) you." The pronunciation is "EE-oh SOH-noh PAHTS-tsoh een-NAH-moh-RAH-toh dee teh." (MORE)
"Colorier" is to put colors in or on something in French. "lescouleurs" means "the colors". The whole means "color (it) and writethe colors (the color names)"
"What am I really?" and "What are they (you all) if truth be told?" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase Che sono veramente? Context makes the choice clear whether the interrogative, present indicative, and adverb represent the first person singular (case 1) or second person formal plural… (example 3) or third person plural (instance 2). Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "key SO-no VEY-ra-MEN-tey" in Italian. (MORE)
What is 'Ciao sono italiano Parli italiano Grazie di cuore della tua amicizia' when translated from Italian to English?
Ciao, sono italiano! Parli italiano? Grazie di cuore della tuaamicizia! in Italian means "Hello, I am Italian. Do you speakItalian? Thanks from (the) heart for your friendship!" in English.
Io sono ("I am," followed by the nationality) is a way toanswer Di che nazionalitÃ sei? in Italian.
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Sono: voce del verbo essere, idicativo presente, 1 persona singolare/3 persona plurale (a seconda del contesto della frase), coniugazione propria