How is 'il fornaio' pronounced in Italian?
'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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The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the', and is pronounced eel . The masculine possessive 'mio' means 'my', and is pronounced MEE-oh . The masculine gender noun 'cuo…re' means 'heart', and is pronounced KWOH-ray . The verb 'appartiene' means '[he/she/it] belongs', and is pronounced ahp-pahr-TYEH-nay . The preposition 'a' means 'to', and is pronounced ah . The personal pronoun 'te' means 'you', and is pronounced tay . The entire phrase therefore is pronounced eel MEE-oh KWOH-ray ahp-pahr-TYEH-nay ah tay .
Tee AH-moh kohn TOOT-tee eel MEE-oh KWOH-reh is an Italian pronunciation of 'Ti mo con tutto il mio cuore' . The personal pronoun 'ti' means 'you'. The verb 'amo' mean…s '[I] am loving do love, love'. The preposition 'con' means 'with'. The masculine adjective 'tutto' means 'all, entire, whole'. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine possessive 'mio' means 'my'. The masculine noun 'cuore' means 'heart'.
Il gÃ¨le is pronounced "eel zhell". GÃ¨le is pronounced the same as the French word gel .
Chubby little pleaser may be an English equivalent of the Italian masculine noun 'il pacioccone', which combines 'paciare' ['to make peace'] and the suffix '-one' ['dear big …little'].
'The baker' is an English equivalent of 'il fornaio', which is pronounced 'eel fohr-NEYE-oh'.* *The sound 'eye' is similar to the sound of the English noun 'eye'.
Doe-vee. Spelled like "dove"
Il fornaio in Italian means "the baker" in English.
'The Hunter' is an English equivalent of 'Il Cacciatore'. The masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine noun 'cacciatore' means 'hunter'. Together, they…'re pronounced 'eel kahtch-tchah-TOH-reh'. Both the English and the Italian phrases are nicknames for Klaas-Jan Hunterlaar [b. August 12, 1983], striker for AC Milan and for the Dutch national football team.
Il = Ill Fait = Fay Mauvais = Mow-vay
It sounds like "eel ay -cree- VAHN " with the final N sound 'swallowed' in the back of the throat.
" The king " is an English equivalent of " il re ." The masculine definite article " il " means "the." The masculine noun " re " means "king." The singular indefinite artic…le would be " un , uno ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "eel reh."
"Eel BA-tcho" is a way to pronounce the Italian phrase il bacio . The words serve respectively as a masculine singular definite article and noun in a phrase or sentence. They… translate into English usually as "the kiss" even though poetically they may be rendered as "the caress ( la carezza )."
"EE-o A-mo man-DJA-rey eel TCHEE-bo EE-ta-LYA-no" is the way topronounce the Italian phrase Io amo mangiare il ciboitaliano!
il = like the word "eel", but don't pronounce the EE quite as long vero = "VEH-ro" amore = "ah-MO-reh" non = like the word "known", but only say the first half of the OW vowe…l (it's like the Spanish O) muore = "MWOH-reh" mai = like the word "my"
les sounds quite like lay il sounds like eel
'Il Fornaio' is a chain of restaurants located all over the United States. Their prime business area is the state of California where most of the 'Il Fornaio' restaurants can …be found as well as the chain headquarter which is in Corte Madera, CA.
Il Fornaio was created in 1972.