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Questa categoria è per le domande poste in lingua italiana. This category is for questions asked in the Italian language.
Durante degli Alighieri [May/June c. 1265-September 14, 1321] generally is considered the Father of the modern Italian language and of Italian literature. It's because he made the choice to write in the Florentine dialect of Italian, instead of in the standard Latin of the time. So he made that firs…
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Italians and Australians have in common an appreciation of drinks and foods. They also have in common a great love for the game of soccer. And they have in common variety within a common culture. Australia is very local and regional in culture. But all Australians are united in their love for their …
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Italians play card games. They play computer and video games. They play outdoor games, such as hide-and-seek and tag by children, and the bocce game of balls that's similar to the beloved French 'boules'.
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Typically most Italian's still eat this way : small breakfast if any or just coffee, large meal at 1pm , then dinner at about 8pm.
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to make the pasta and other meals you like
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Dal formicaio... dovresti seguire da dove vengono...
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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
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Italians tend to enjoy the outdoors. They particularly like soccer. They also like skiing, both in the snow and over water. They like skating, with blades and with rollers. They like sailing, just about anything from sail boards to all kinds of boats. They also like hiking and walking, more so than …
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The choice of pursuing the MBA or a Master's Degree depends upon where the studies take place and what the ultimate career path is. Generally, the MBA opens up more doors. It provides specific training that's timely and useful in the modern job market of international technology and world business. …
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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…
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Ferruccio Lamborghini
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pizza canoli spaghetti pasta
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Roberto Remigio Benigni [b. October 27, 1952] is an Italian born celebrity whose reputation as an actor, comedian, and film director is worldwide. Carla Gilberta Bruni Tedeschi Sarkozy [b. December 23, 1967] is an Italian born model and singer who is known, as France's First Lady, throughout the wor…
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Learning a language by hearing it spoken is the way in which babies learn to speak their parents' language[s]. As an adult, it's just as easy and a bit more difficult. It's difficult in the sense that we tend to analyze instead of just copy. But for that same reason, it can be just as easy, precisel…
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Italians are mixed with other Italians, from throughout the peninsula and from the islands of Sardinia and Sicily. They also are mixed with the peoples of neighboring countries, such as Albania, Austria, France, Slovenia, and Switzerland. Additionally, they're mixed with the peoples of nearby countr…
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Italian food may be eaten in Italy. It also may be eaten in Italy's former colonies in Libya, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, Rhodes and the other islands of the Greek Dodecanese, Somalia, and Tianjin/Tientsin, China. In fact, it may be eaten just about anywhere in the world where Italians have settled an…
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Answer #1 I can give you some information but there is no traditional Italian clothing. In Japan, for example, a typical traditional dress is the kimono. But in Italy, there is still a strong difference between regions. The regional cultures are still very strong. Italy was unified only in 1861. S…
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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…
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As far as this season goes, the best team in the Italian Serie A league is Internazionale. They are led by world class players Wesley Sneijder of the Netherlands and Samuel Eto'o of Cameroon. Inter is 18-4 this year with 9 draws as well. They are currently in first place, right in front of AS Roma a…
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The lira used to be the name of the Italian currency. It's a feminine gender noun whose definite article is 'la' ['the'] and whose indefinite article is 'una' ['a, one']. It's pronounced 'LEE-rah'. It was succeeded by the European Union's euro.
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Italian is most famous for the musicality of the language. The sounds and the way in which words are grouped lend themselves to song, music, and dance. That's why so many of the opera composers were Italian. That also is why so many opera singers, orchestra players and conductors still are Italian. …
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Your Italian last name may have the English meaning of 'baby' for a number of reasons. One of them may be that you're descended from the youngest son of a particular family. Another may be that your ancestor had the same first name as his father. So he or others may have added the word 'baby' to avo…
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Yes, Italians are known to applaud. Italians tend to be a critical but appreciative audience. Entertainers and speakers tend to like to present in the different regions of Italy. Italians are protective and proud of their regional traditions. But they're appreciative of outstanding achievements and …
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A common Italian business is the local restaurant, grocery store or cafe. Italians care about their food, and want it to be the best possible from locally fresh growing to careful preparation and sale. Another is the promotion of activities and places to attract tourists and visitors. Still another …
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Italian foods include all of the categories that an appreciative eater thinks of. For example, there are breads, such as 'ciabatta'. There are cheeses, such as 'pecorino sardo', which is made from sheep's milk. There are desserts, such as 'spumone' ['iced sweet with whipped cream']. There are fruits…
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Yes, Jacopo Furio Sarno [b. September 1, 1989] is Italian. He comes from Lombardy, in northern Italy. His hometown is Milan.
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Italian neighborhoods may be found in all of the major cities of the United States of America. For example, there are vibrant Italian communities in the major cities of Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. Wherever they settle, Italian immigrants and Italian Americans make their presence known t…
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The Chinese and Italian cuisines are similar in their uses of fresh vegetables.
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PAsta! Still eaten and loved in Italy in so many ways.
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Ernani is one Italian opera that starts with the letter 'e'. It's one of the works by Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi [October 9 or 10, 1813-January 27, 1901]. Another is L'Elisir d'Amore, if the definite article [l' for 'the'] isn't counted. The opera about the elixir of love is one of the works…
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My soon to be 9 year old daughter wants Italy to be her theme this year (last year was Paris). Ideas we are throwing around:-make your own pizza (at our home)-crafts: dried pasta necklaces, painting "stained glass", etc.-tirimisu cake
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The song is "Passione", and the words are "te voglio...te penso...te chiamo" (I want you, I think about you, I call you).
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Humberto Eco [b. January 5, 1932] is a contemporary Italian writer. He specializes in the Middle Ages. But he also pursues careers as literary critic, novelist, and philosopher. One of his most famous books is 'Il Nome della Rosa', which was published in 1980. It has been translated into English as …
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Murderous, treachery was always at hand, plenty of treason to go around. It was a time when the strong stayed strong by any means and that included using murder.
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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.
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L' is the Italian definite article and the Etna is a volcano in Italy.
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guaisce
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?? Gesico?? the name of the school bus driver
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Yes, Italian women are. Whatever the region of Italy, tourists and visitors always find themselves in the midst of a population of handsome men and beautiful women. This beauty is encouraged by the very Italian environment. Why indeed wouldn't one want to feel one's best in a country whose culture…
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One way of compiling a list of endearments in Italian is with the help of an authoritative, up-to-date dictionary. Another is through reading modern Italian literature. Still another is in watching Italian movies. Yet another is by getting to known Italian language speakers or traveling to Italy.
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Cos'è un orso vedovo? What is a widow bear?
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No, "Gargi" is not an Italian name. Specifically, it is an ancient name from India. It comes from the ancient Sanskrit language. Among its meanings in English are "churn, vessel for drinking water."
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The official Italian word is "paesano", which means "countryman", "peasant", or more loosely "friend". It comes from the word "paese", which means "country". A popular variant is "paisano".In some areas of Italy, particularly Sicily, the word has been shortened to "paisan" or "paesan".Actually, the …
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Italians play many sports, on land and water. They tend to be an active, healthy people what with healthy living, healthy food, and healthy activities. But the sport for which Italy has a worldwide following, recognition and respect is soccer. The country has among the world's best coaches, players,…
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Filippo Brunelleschi was an Italian.
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In the US, they charge 35 cent per word for written translations.
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Among what Italy and the Americas have in common are ancientmountains of cultural significance, cities of international importance, coastal economies, Italian food, people of Italian heritage, and Roman Catholicism. As an example, Italy is home to part of the Alps and to the Apennines. Latin America…
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The answer is kingfisher
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Food basically is the way that residents, tourists, and visitors expect in Italy. It's strong on fresh breads and pastry. It focuses on fresh fruits, herbs and vegetables. It emphasizes delicious preparation of healthy portions of pasta and of meat and seafood. And it doesn't forget the beautifully …
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Jean-Pierre de Claris de Florian http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plaisir_d%E2%80%99amour www.musimem.com/martini.htm - Plaisir d'Amour ou petite histoire d'une romance de plus de 200 ans
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Italian immigrants may have started out in construction work. They may have started out in domestic service. They may have started out in fishing and water work. They may have started out in kitchen cleaning help. But Italian immigrants were known for working hard and saving money. So they quickly…
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At the coordinates 44 degrees 28 minutes 58 seconds North 10 degrees 39 minutes 33 seconds East is located the "Sleeping Man Mountain" of Italy. Specifically, the 2,121-meter/6,959-foot mountain is located in the commune of Villa Minozzo. That commune is situated in the northern Italian administrat…
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Italian became the official language of Italy in 2007. But that isn't the only country where it enjoys official language status. It's also an official language in Croatia, San Marino, Slovenia, the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Switzerland, and Vatican City.
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The 'esta' form of Spanish has its equivalent in Italian. Specifically, it can be found in the conjugation of the infinitive 'stare'. The exact translation of 'esta' into Italian is 'sta'.
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Gioia Tauro is the name of a seaport in southwestern Italy. It's in the province of Reggio Calabria. It actually is Italy's largest seaport. The name is pronounced 'JOY-ah TOW*-roh'. Another important port is Palermo. It's located in Sicily, just across the Straits of Messina from Calabria. Its ro…
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sono gabriella e vivo a roma
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La Colonia Italiana is a good name for an Italian colony. It's a good choice, because it's obvious what it means. In the word by word translation, the definite article 'la' means 'the'. The feminine gender noun 'colonia' means 'colony'. The adjective 'italiana' means 'Italian'.
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There are many different forms and ways you can conjugate verbs in the Italian language. i can go through some basic ones. the verbs all get conjugated in the end and it all depends if the word ends in ARE, ERE, or IRE. You will take those 3 letters off the verb and add the following based off who…
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Yes, Italians tend to say grace before eating. It may be more likely among religious and spiritual Italians. But actually there's a tendency throughout Italy and Italian communities worldwide to give thanks for fresh ingredients and painstakingly prepared foods and meals. That thanks may be to God o…
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oracion con la palabra area
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It's best to learn the International Phonetic alphabet and use that. Beware, however, that the pronunciation of French has changed considerably since the late 18th Century, so don't use a modern accent to sing old songs.
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it's the space infront of the hospital. just look for the thing that looks like a fountain :) , enjoy the game!
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There are only 21 letters in the Italian alphabet. The letters J, K, W and X are not used in Italian.
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Magna Graecia is an ancient name for Sicily. The term represents the classical Greek for 'Great Greece', because of the area's dense population by Achaean Greeks in ancient times. The term actually referred to both modern Sicily and the coastal parts of modern day Calabria.
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Palermo is the name of a famous vacation spot in Sicily. The city is over 2,700 years old. It's the location of ancient ruins from the city's founders, the Phoenicians. It's the source of archaeological ruins from the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations too. It also offers a diverse array of archi…
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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.
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One city state is La Serenissima Republica di San Marino. The name translates as 'The Most Serene Republic of San Marino', but most commonly is called simply 'San Marino'. It's located in the northern part of Italy, in the Apennine Mountains. Another city state is Stato della Citta del Vaticano. T…
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Poor people are limited in the choice and sometimes the amount of what they eat. ( although in Italy the amount is probably not an issue) Wealthy people on the other hand get a greater choice in what they eat. So as in any other society there will be differences. what they eat depends on how much m…
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Corriere della Sera is the name of an Italian newspaper. It's a newspaper of the northern Italian city of Milan. The title of the newspaper may be translated as 'Evening Mail'.
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Italians and their descendants outside of the homeland tend to be a musical people. So they tend to appreciate good music in whatever language the song may be in. But at the same time, they tend to have as favorites those songs that are in Italian or, in the case of other languages, that are good tr…
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Italians tend to be practical. So they tend to learn the languages that are the most useful for them to know. They therefore tend to become fluent in English, French, and German. English is important to know because of its use in world business, politics and technology. French and German are the lan…
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October is the month that's considered Italian heritage month.
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Italian ice cream is ice cream that tends not to include eggs. It also tends not to have as much butterfat. But that fat content may be increased with the addition of such ingredients as nuts. It tends too not to be homogenized. So the product tends to melt faster and to be stickier in so doing.
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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…
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A bottle of water is considered (to be) a liquid or a solid?
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Prime Minister. Silvio Berlusconi is the current Prime Minister of Italy.
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John Cabot [c. 1450-c. 1498] was an Italian explorer who worked for English King Henry VII [January 28, 1457-April 21, 1509]. His Italian name tends to be given as Giovanni Caboto. But the sole record on which his signature appears gives his name as 'Zuan Chabotto'. The first name of 'Zuan' is a Ven…
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A range of colors may be found among the Italian people. But generally, the people of the north tend to show lighter colored complexions. Just as generally, the people of the south tend to show darker colored complexions. Those in the center of the Italian peninsula are somewhat in between the extre…
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Yes, Italian gold is good. There may be jewelry pieces that are sold at 14 karats. But most Italian jewelry tends to be sold as 18 karat/750+. Even more attractive than the amount of gold in each jewelry piece are the high production and design standards. Italian jewelry is considered to incorporate…
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Most of the Italian immigrants emigrated from Italy during WWII because of Benito Mussolini signing all of the decrees that persecuted his people. Mussolini did this because he was under Adolf Hitler's thumb, and Hitler hated the Jews, therefore Mussolini signed saying that Italian Jews were to be s…
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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…
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No, Grimes isn't an Italian last name. Instead, it's Germanic. Its origins are traced back to Anglo-Saxon influences. It comes from the Old English word for 'sullen'.
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When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
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Venice has so much water, because the city actually is made up of 118 islands. The islands are located within the marshy Venetian lagoon that's along the northeast Italian coast. This saltwater lagoon in which Venice grew to be a major cultural and economic influence is located between the mouths of…
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Yes, you may consider yourself Italian even if you're only part Italian. You particularly may consider yourself so if you know and like the culture, the dances, the food, the history, the language, the literature, and the music of the Italian peninsula and islands. And sometimes your unofficial self…
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Do you know at least a little bit of the Italian language? Do you you a little bit about Italy history and culture? Do you know we don't eat spaghetti and meatballs in Italy? Have you ever been in Italy or do you plan of visiting it? Most importantly do you feel Italian? If so, I think you can c…
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The Italian sonnet, as pioneered by Francesco Petrarca [July 20, 1304-July 19, 1374], tends to present a problem of unattainable love in the first eight lines, and then to offer comments, and sometimes solutions, in the poem's last six lines.
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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…
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That suffix originates from Latin.
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The Italian family tends to be traditional in the way in which it's organized and operates. For example, children tend to grow up in a two parent family. They also tend to grow up with steady interactions with their extended family of aunts and uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces, and grandparents.
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Many names in Italian have equivalents for females and males. For example, there's 'Stephen' and 'Stefanie' as 'Stefano' and 'Stefania'. There's 'Robert' and 'Roberta' as 'Roberto' and 'Roberta'. There's 'Mario' and 'Mary' as 'Mario' and 'Maria'. There's 'Charles' and 'Carla' as 'Carlo' and 'Carla'.…
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