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Domande in Italiano

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Questa categoria è per le domande poste in lingua italiana. This category is for questions asked in the Italian language.
Some Italians believe in God. In many cases, it's the God of Christianity in whom Italians believe. But there also are Italians who believe in the God of Judaism, the God of Islam, or the gods of Hinduism. Some Italians believe in the people of Italy or in particular parts of Italy. Italians tend …
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The main language is Italian. At the border they speak the language of the neibouring country, like french, slovene, german.
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The lira was the previous unit of Italian money. But Italy discarded their longtime monetary unit, in favor of the 'euro', with the Italian Republic's membership in the European Union. Switching to the 'euro' isn't mandatory. But Italy decided to do so.
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Christmas is a holiday that's celebrated by Italians. The traditional greeting is 'Buon Natale'. It's pronounced 'bwohn nah-TAH-leh', and means 'Good Nativity'.
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Yes, Italians tend to be good looking. There's a saying about the best of the best from various cultures in the world. For example, a dream wife would be Japanese. A dream meal would be in France. A dream home would be in the United States of America. And a dream husband would be in Italy. But it …
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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…
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The urn of fate is a wrapped bowl that contains gifts for everyone in the family on Christmas.
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Italians have made great progress in the United States of America. Many are the descendants of immigrants of the 19th century. Through no fault of their own, many of these immigrants barely had survived in the homeland. But the will to survive accompanied them on their voyage to their new homeland. …
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Christmas Eve is when Italian children leave their shoes out. They're left to be filled by Babbo Natale. The words in Italian are pronounced 'BAHB-boh nah-TAH-leh', and represent the Italian equivalent of 'Santa Claus'.
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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…
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18 is the age at which Italians legally may marry. They may marry at 16 with the court's consent. Despite these provisions, Italians tend to marry later. Recent research indicates that males tend to be around 30, and females around 27, at the time of first marriages.
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There are, but if you want to learn how to say the phrases correctly you should purchase a language translating dictionary. Still, you can follow this link. http://www.worldlingo.com/en/products_services/worldlingo_translator.html
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possibly, but I have seen no evidence to indicate it: unless the Italian person also happens to be jewish.
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No, English and Italian names may be pronounced quite differently in the respective languages. Sometimes, native speakers try to preserve the original language's pronunciation rules. Other times, they adapt the word to their own language's pronunciation rules. So Italian names that follow Italian sp…
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Yes, 'Nino' is used in Italian as a nickname, a term of affection for someone who's part of the close circle of family and friends. It's pronounced 'NEE-noh'. The feminine equivalent, 'Nina', is pronounced 'NEE-nah'.
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No, Delong and DeLong aren't Italian names. The article 'de' means 'of, from' in French. The equivalent in Italian is 'di'. But it may have started out as an Italian name that was translated into French by Italians who decided to settle in France or French speaking areas of Italy.For example, the Du…
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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…
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It depends on the Region, but for the most part Italians have Olive Skin with either brown/green or Hazel eyes. There are however many Italians that are Blond Hair Blue Eyes. It is Ignorant to believe that all Italians are dark skinned or Brunettes.
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Dove means where. The elided dov'è means where (...) is.
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Pasta, green salad, meat and sauce, bread.
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Pietro is Peter in Italian.
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Those Italians who are practicing Roman Catholics will eat whatever they've set up as their Lenten fare. This year, in 2010, Roman Catholics observe the beginning of Lent on Wednesday, February 17. According to the Roman Catholic calendar, Lenten observations end on Saturday, April 3.So March 18 fal…
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It may be due to a number of 'feel beautiful' factors. One may be a healthy social life that gives importance to family and friends. In such an environment, children realize their key role as the link between the extended family's past and future. Another may be a healthy routine that gives importan…
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The Italian language grew out of the interaction between speakers of the ancient Latin language and speakers of ancient local languages. That's why the Italian of one region is different from the Italian of another. As an example, Latin interacted with the Etruscan language in much of northern Italy…
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Pepito Pignatelli was an Italian musician. He was a jazz musician for whom a popular jazz club was named in Rome. He played drums.
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Genoa is the capital of the province of Liguria.
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Oggi la ho vista con una felpa verde tendente all'arcobaleno
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There is a recipe for Italian Herb Roasted Chicken at http://www.ukfoodies.co.uk
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mancini, ferrari, russo, ricci, marino, rossi, de luca, costa, and giordano just to name a few.
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Yes, the name 'Boscarino' may be an Italian last name. The beginning syllables 'bosc-' refer to 'woods'. The suffix '-ino' is a diminutive of endearment ['dear, little,' etc.]. It's pronounced 'boh-skah-REE-noh'.
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If im Italian Why is my last name Archibald? Please help me!! click Improve to answer!!
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dirt roads
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No, il pianista Colin Romoff non è ancora vivo. Egli era nato il 15 ottubre 1924 a Brooklyn e morì il 4 febbraio 2007 a New York. Fu il primo marito di Judy Tyler (Judith Mae Hess, 9 ottubre 1932 - 3 luglio 1957), co-interprete di Elvis Presley (8 gennaio 1935 - 16 agosto 1977) nel Jailhouse Rock …
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Un bacio si dice in inglese "a kiss" o "one kiss." Se lo sa dal contesto. Indipendentemente dal significato, la gente vuol pronunciare la frase "uh keess" o "wuhn keess" in inglese.
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Macchiavelli, Il principe. In the book "the prince".
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moula johns are disliked by people from the old country because they don't see eye to eye on cultural differences.
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it's Paolo
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No, the Neapolitan Riviera is not a town or a city. Specifically, it is that part in and around the southern Italian city of Naples that is on the coast. The English word "Neapolitan" means "pertaining or related to Naples." The word "riviera" is an Italian feminine noun that originally referred to…
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Sì, i fiori sono una delle più belle espressioni dell'amore. Le piante fiorite trasmettono una bellezza fragrante e sensuale. Si tratta di un sollecito romantico della fragilità dell'amore e della vita.
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Phonetically, the pronunciation would be (too-cha-ro-knee).In italian, the c followed by an 'e' or 'i' makes a "ch" sound in english. This is why instead of se-uh, the middle of the word is cha.
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Everybody is different, not everybody has the same eye colour
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What are you on about mate? is that supposed to be italian? Apart from the fact that there's no logic at all behind this sentence, ragazza is spellt with two zs.
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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
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Giorgio Pini [February 1, 1899-March 20, 1987] was the editor of 'Il Popolo d'Italia' ['People of Italy']. The newspaper was founded by Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini [July 29, 1883-April 28, 1945], on November 15, 1914. Publishing of the newspaper began again in 1998, through the efforts of Giuse…
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La storia della famiglia Pallominy a Firenze, Toscana, Italia. La storia della famiglia Pallominy in Toscana in generale, e nella città di Firenze in particolare, non è quello che si aspetta molto da una tipica vecchia famiglia italiana con una linea ben documentato che risale agli inizi del perio…
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pizza, spaghetti, mozzarella, Gorgonzola, etc.
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Flower, you never remember me or Flower, don't you ever remember me may be English equivalents of 'Il fiore, non ti scordar mai di me'. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine noun 'fiore' means 'flower'. The adverb 'non' means 'not'. The reflexive pronoun 'ti' means 'yourself…
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they only buy butter... and only on the weekends.
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The verb essere, meaning 'to be' has six forms in the infinitive. They are as follows.Io - sonoTu - seiLui/Lei - éNoi - siamoVoi - sieteLoro - sono
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Le zanzare [da famiglia Culicidae] sono di colore grigio o nero.
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Siamo andati is an Italian equivalent of 'We went'. The auxiliary 'siamo' means '[we] are'. The past participle 'andati' means 'gone'. Together, they mean '[we] are gone, went'. They're pronounced 'see-AH-moh ahn-DAH-tee'.That's what's said when 'we' refers to a group of males or a mixed group of f…
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Yes and no. Those Italians who hold other or no beliefs don't believe in Buddha. Those Italians who respect Buddhism as a religion believe in Buddha.
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Imported goods such as spices, tea, silks
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Il nastro bianco is an Italian equivalent to the title of the movie 'The White Ribbon' ['Das weisse Band']. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine noun 'nastro' means 'ribbon'. The masculine adjective 'bianco' means 'white'. All together, they're pronounced 'eel NAH-stroh BY…
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It is called Italian...
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Italians immigrated to Canada in the 1800's
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Normale
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Turin was Italy's first capital city from 1861 to 1865 when Florence became the capital & finally Rome became the capital in 1871.
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anche io ho bisogno di conoscere delle festività confuciane di gennaio . per favore datemene almeno una
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This question was under translation Italian to English, which translates:What is the most penalized team in the serie A by the arbitrators?Now if it was someone seeking for an opinion, here's mine for what it's worth...Credo che gli arbitri siano distorte a favore della squadra di casa, in quel temp…
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The last name 'Frantom' may or may not be Italian. It sometimes is identified as an English family name. But in that case, it most likely is originally a French last name. The French origins may or may not go back to Italy. It may relate to 'frantumi', which is Italian for 'splinters'.
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It's in the region of Tuscany (There are no states in Italy).
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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.
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é una linea che divide una figura in due parti simmetrica in modo che le figura in un lato é 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 same as the …
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Domenico, which comes from the Latin adjective 'dominicus' for 'of or relating to the lord', is an Italian equivalent of 'Domenic'.
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Lethns is a water god who's specific to the ancient Etruscan culture of northern Italy, and Nettuno [Neptune] is a water god who becomes merged with Poseidon, the Greek sea god.
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Buon giorno! in italiano si dice ¡Buenos Días! in Argentina.
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coal, mercury, zinc, potash, marble, barite, asbestos, pumice, fluorspar, feldspar, pyrite (sulfur), natural gas and crude oil reserves, fish, arable land
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Direi diverse tonalitá di marrone... alcuni chicchi possono tendere al nero.
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odore cattivo
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The plural of il fiume, the river is i fiumi, the rivers.
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'I fiumi' is the plural of 'il fiume'. It's pronounced 'ee FYOO-mee'. The plural and singular forms of the noun are both in the masculine gender.
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Un lavoro sulle politiche da adottare è come si traduce normalmente la frase inglese policy paper. Si può anche dire una pubblicazione sulle politiche da adottare. Si tratta di una spiegazione di problemi di politica.
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The official religion of Italy is Roman Catholicism.
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signora // Sig.ra abbreviated
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il volo di domani casablanca milano malpenza ci sarà?
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What are the functions of the body parts of a seal ?
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'Eel fohr-NAH-yoh' is how 'il fornaio' is pronounced in Italian. But the pronunciation goes so quickly that it sounds like 'eel fohr-NEYE-oh'. The phrase means 'the baker' in English.
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Medicine (drug) that opposes to the effects of drugs ?
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What are the countries where racism still is a serious problem?
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In how much time one heals of (from) keratitis?
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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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Molto denaro è stato speso, ma poco è stato fatto.
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no it is not. Italian is a person/something from italy, British is from Britain.
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by growing plants
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