83.1% of Danes are members of the Lutheran state church. The rest are primarily of other Christian denominations, and about 4% are Muslims
Italian is the main language spoken in Italy, there is also other languages spoken there but Italian is the main one.
Eg: English is main language in Australia
Drinking, in private, may start at an early age in Italy. There's no law that pinpoints a beginning age for alcohol consumption, in private. But there is a law that sets some public guidelines. According to article 689 of the 'Codice Penale' ['Penal Code'], a 16 year old may buy alcohol as long as i…
Trees are the natural resource. All ships in the past were made of wood and Maine had huge trees in which to build the wooden ships and tall mast.
Esistono molte risorse che offrono la possibilità di consultare dizionari della lingua italiana online. Tra i miei preferiti questi due: http://www.dizionario-italiano.org - Dizionario Italiano http://www.dizionario-sinonimi.com - Dizionario Sinonimi
Montgomery Clift, of course...
MONTGOMERY CLIFT sang "Plaisir d'amour" to OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND in the famous William Wyler film, "THE HEIRESS", based on the Henry James classic "Washington Square".
Olivia won her second Best Actress Oscar for THE HEIRESS ('49).
Timber, coal, oil
To be pedantic immigration to America from Italy couldn't exist before 1861, when Italy was united. But the greatest amount of migration from that area between 1880 to 1914. There are little villages 'Little Italies' throughout America. There are the fifth largest migration group to the US. Most imm…
It seems that Ferrogusto , Ferragosto, ferrogosto is a part pagan, part christian, part traditional celebration closely linked to the assumption of Mary Magdelene into heaven...wouldn't bet money on it though as opinions seem to be as varied as the spelling.
Actually, I'm sure the name "Giuseppe" is pronounced as "You-sehp-eh," if you say it fast enough. Juh-sep-ee, I think
ANSWER: Jew-sepp-aaa yeah if u wanna pronounce the American way. but if you want to pron. it the authentic Italian way it's jewzehppeh Listen to the correct Italian pronunciatio…
To start with Buddhists believe in the Four Noble Truths All life is suffering (Dukkha): All aspect of life are essentially unsatisfactory and cause some degree of suffering and pain. Now this ... is the noble truth of suffering: birth is suffering, aging is suffering, illness is suffering, death i…
here are some natural resources
chocolate donadis!!! bi
"pee-et-uh" is the pronunciation of the word "pieta" in the English language.
Italian is the official language of Rome, although some Latin is used in the Vatican City within Rome during Roman Catholic liturgy
As of 13 Nov 2011 the Italian government is in process of major change of leadership.
He believed that:
All life contains suffering or unsatisfactoriness
That this undesirable condition is called by desire
That there is an escape form desire and suffering
That this route is contained in the Eightfold Path
These points are called the Four Noble Truths
Latin, although a dead language, is not an extinct language. It exists all over the place, in ways and shapes that you may never even notice. If you're determined to learn the wonderful language of the Roman Empire, there are many books and online resources to learn how. It's very difficult to learn…
The most common religion in France is Christianity with Islam coming in second.
Usually it's Hi , hello, g'day, or good morning/afternoon/evening, usually followed by the person's first name (if you know it).
Oh, of COURSE! Most people from other places came to Utah around when it became a state. I have many family members that came from places like Hawaii, and even Fiji.
That would probably be a matter of personal opinion. As a resident of Dublin, I find it the nicest city in Europe, but that is an obvious personal bias. Amsterdam is a Mecca for the alternative, Paris is the most visited tourist destination in the world, and cities further to the east such as Vienna…
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Italian, but there are many dialects and a few regional languages such as Ladino. Some people in the Dolomites speak a dialect of German. Near the French border there are dialects of Occitan or Provençal spoken as well as French. In Trieste some people speak Slovenian or Croatian, and in Sardinia t…
Dark complexion look nice with green/light brown/grey colors lens.
New York or Las Vegas in my opinion.I beg to differ - Tel Aviv in mine.
Off the top of my head (& with a little help from my husband) Mickey Mouse = Topolino (it means little mouse) Minnie Mouse = Minni Donald Duck = Paperino Daisy Duck = Paperina Huey, Dewey and Louie = Qui, Quo, Qua Scrouge McDuck = Paperon de Paperoni Goofy = Pippo Pluto = Pluto Popeye =…
Guido started out as the Italian version for the English name Guy. It has since become a mild pejorative term directed at young men of Italian or Italian-American descent. Some members of the Italian-American community have embraced the name with a perverse sort of pride; however, that doesn't make…
Nearly a million----------------Nonsense. No language contains "nearly a million" words. That said, it's a difficult question to answer for any language. There are almost 140,000 words in the Zanichelli dictionary; the DeMauro, one of the most complete dictionaries available, lists 250,000. There ar…
Barone, Bastone, Bruno Cappello, Costa De LucaGallo LocatelliMancini, Marino Ricci, Rizzo, Romano, Rossi, Russo Sacco, Spatafora Veronese
in east America
Un pomodoro è un frutto, si scrive così intanto..Il pomodoro (Solanum lycopersicum, L. 1753 - identificato secondo il regolamento fitosanitario internazionale Lycopersicon esculentum (L.) Karsten ex Farw. (cfr. classificazione botanica), della famiglia delle Solanaceae, è una pianta annuale i cui…
Italy's main natural resources are: coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorspar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land
Italians put up Nativity Scenes at Christmas time.
a married Italian woman the answers in the question Signora or Madame. As in the English Mrs. or Madam.
che ne so io. Cara mia, ti voglio bene means "My dear,I love you" in Italian.
Latin There are many different influences on the Italian languages including French & Spanish and those 3 languages are called the romance languages rub off on each other and give each other influences but the main origin would be Latin. LLCMV :) Here are some ways many Latin words changed in…
No, JosepH Louis Barrow [May 13, 1914-April 12, 1981] wasn't known to speak Italian. It's possible that he learned the language during his World War II years in Europe. But there's no official record to that effect. And he spent much of the time abroad in England. Louis' connection with Italian ins…
Italians may have jobs in churches, as administrative and religious staff. Or they may have jobs in family businesses, such as boutiques and restaurants. Or they may have jobs in hostels and hotels. Or they may have jobs in industry and manufacturing, such as leather workers. Or they may have jobs i…
He full name on the letter is fine. If she is married you could add Signora in front, if she is single Signorina. Example: Signorina Maria Antonellli or just Maria Antonelli.
Italians come to England to be tourists. They come to England to learn the English language. They come to England to study at one of the many schools. They come to England to take vacations. They come to England to understand English culture and ways of doing things. They come to England to visit fr…
In north-east Italy there are lots of surnames that don't end in vowels - Benetton, for example. Then there's 'Canalis' - the surname of George Clooney's Italian girlfriend.
roma, pisa, milano, firenze, l'isola di capri, la sicilia e la sardegna
Bloemfontain, Cape Town, Durban
Strati di carne macinata con strati di pasta stagione da gustare
The present passive in Italian tends to be formed in one of two ways. One is by the use of reflexive verbs. As an example, the infinitive 'chiamarsi' means 'to be called, to call oneself'. So 'mi chiamo' means 'I am called' or 'I call myself'.
Another way is by the combination of the infinitive wi…
Id say their diet is different. As the rich ones would buy more expensive cuts of meat & more expensive types of fish, plus buy expensive luxurious desserts and eat out much more.
Prega e tira tante madonne!!
Sanremo nel 2002 ha VINTO ANNA TATANGELO
5 il Brasile (1958 - 1962 - 1970 - 1994 - 2002);
4 l'Italia (1934 - 1938 - 1982 - 2006);
3 Germania (1954 - 1974 - 1990);
2 Argentina (1978 - 1986)
2 Uruguay (1930 - 1950)
1 Inghilterra (1966);
1 Francia (1998).
1.41700 U.S. dollars
The currency of Italy is the European EURO. they have 8 coins 1 euro cent 2 euro cent 5 euro cent 10 euro cent 20 euro cent 50 euro cent 1 euro 2 euro
Italians eat their main meal over the lunch hour. Their breakfast and their dinner tend to be smaller than the equivalents in the United States of America. Oftentimes, families plan a little nap after the main meal. This keeps people inside during the heat of the day, and gives them energy to get wo…
The term 'America' technically refers to all of the lands within North and South America. Within that point of reference. Italians particularly are numerous in the United States of America, where they're said to make up the fourth largest ethnic group. They also are particularly numerous in the Sout…
Croesco an cymru
cnych dai u cnyching lembo
The "c" is pronounced like a "k" like in "car" and the "a" is like the sound in the word "but" or "hard".
Yes, there was a multi-language wine dictionary published a few years ago. I am sure if you Google it or look on Amazon you will find it.
Gesico?? the name of the school bus driver
Cos'è un orso vedovo? What is a widow bear?
oracion con la palabra area
It is a common abbreviation for 'Italian'. It's based on the first two letters of the word. The two letters are the beginning letters for the word in a number of languages. So the abbreviation works under a number of situations, in a number of different languages.
October is the month that's considered Italian heritage month.
One way of defining a functional region is in terms oflocal labor market areas. In Italy, those areas end to cluster into non-specialized, non-manufacturing, and manufacturing. Examples of non-manufacturing include mining and tourism. Manufacturing may be grouped into light and other. Examples of li…
Prime Minister. Silvio Berlusconi is the current Prime Minister of Italy.
Italians have an expressive cultural legacy and current culture to draw upon. The peoples of both the peninsula and the islands always have been strong on dance, drama, musical instrument playing, and singing. Also, they always have been skilled in acrobatics, athletics, gymnastics, and sports. Addi…
Some Italians say 'Buon Natale' ['Merry Christmas'], because they're Catholic. They seek to share the joyful time of the Nativity, and do so through this friendly greeting. Other Italians aren't Catholic, but are Christians of Protestant denominations, such as in northwestern Italy. They too wish to…
The Italian people have somewhat varied European origins apart from the originalAncient Italic peoples: Northern Italy had a strong Celtic presence in Cisalpine Gaul until the Romans conquered and colonized the area in the second century; the central portion of the Italian peninsula was inhabited by…
Younger Italians spend their weekdays at school. In the evening, they may be at home, because of the amount of homework that's given out by their teachers. On weekends, they get together with family and friends for fun activities. If they're religious, they fit religious services and training into t…
I am not sure if I can tell you the traditional way of celebrating but I can tell you how the Romans celebrated and rang in the New Year in 2005! We celebrated New Years Eve in 2005 in Rome and It was beautiful!It was very wild next to the Spanish Steps in Rome where everyone gathered. After the New…
Genoa is the capital of the province of Liguria.
There is a recipe for Italian Herb Roasted Chicken at http://www.ukfoodies.co.uk
Everybody is different, not everybody has the same eye colour
Words that have been taken from other languages don't always end in a vowel. Ex: il computer, gli sport, il club, il film, il DVD
The surname "Franko" is from Italian, however the spelling has been
changed from Franco. The K in
Italian does not exist. Though, when names have been changed, even
slightly, it means that the family may have Italian descent, though
it would go far down in their family tree.
Buon giorno! in italiano si dice ¡Buenos Días! in
coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorspar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land
il volo di domani casablanca milano malpenza ci sarà?
como posso te mostrar que gosto de voce
Giovanna, Luigi, Dominic, George
Arrivederci/addio e Buona fortuna ragazza/signorina. Giovane donna, the literal translation of young lady is also correct but it sounds stilted here. Addio is a more definitive salutation, like farewell in English. Dio is God, a means to, so it literally means 'to god'. Arrivederci is like goodbye a…
"fear none" translates to, "paura di nessuno" in Italian.
I don't think so. Delgadillo is a spanish surname.
Car-nay-val (as in call)-a (as in say) Dee ven (as in when)-ets-e (as in me)-a (as in ha)
YES. My grandmother's name was Lillo and she came from Naples, Italy.
Italian - Napoli is the same as Naples, Italy.
They also speak the Neapolitan dialect of Italian, which can be
quite a bit different from Standard Italian at times.