If your mom is full Italian and your dad is full Italian then what are you?
100 percent Italian
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Answer . Lorenzo de' Medici ( January 1 , 1449 - 9 April 1492 ) was an Italian statesman and ruler of the Florentine Republic during the Italian Renaissance . Kno…wn as Lorenzo the Magnificent ( Lorenzo il Magnifico ). (Wikipedia)
In Italian it translates to Sono pieno . Always remember that depending on the context of your sentences, the translation can vary. There may also be slang terminology if you… were to travel to Italy. Keep in mind that online translators may not always be correct, they are a reflection of the exact words you have typed in.
The Italian phrase for full of life is piena di vita. Italian is aromance language spoken mainly in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino,and Vatican City.
none of vanessa's parents are italian
none of her parent's are italian
Sei italiano di razza pura is an Italian equivalent of 'Are you full blooded Italian'. The phrase in Italian is pronounced 'say ee-tah-LYAH-noh Dee RAHTS-tsah POO-rah'. In… the word by word translation, the verb 'sei' means '[you] are'. The masculine adjective/noun 'italiano' * means 'Italian'. The preposition 'di' means 'of'. The feminine gender noun 'razza' means 'race'. The feminine adjective 'pura' means 'pure'. *If the individual is a 'full blooded Italian' female, the form becomes 'italiana' , which is pronounced 'ee-tah-LYAH-nah'.
Sono pieno (m.) /piena (fem.)
Tua mamma e tuo babbo and tua mamma e tuo papÃ are Italian equivalents of the incomplete English phrase "your Mom and Dad." The choice depends upon the speaker's birthpl…ace or preferences. The respective pronunciations will be "TOO-a MAM-ma ey TOO-o BAB-bo" and "TOO-a MAM-ma ey TOO-o pa-PA" in Italian.
In English to Italian
"Mom and Dad" in English is madre e padre in Italian.
mama and papa if im not mistaken
In Italian Language and Culture
mamma e papÃ via google translate
In English to Italian
full love in Italian is "in pieno amore"
No,Italians do not eat with their mouths full...and they don't speak too. The common saying is:Do not speak with mouth full