What is 'We went' in Italian?
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 females and males. When the group just has females, it's 'Siamo andate'. It's pronounced 'see-AH-moh ahn-DAH-teh'.
That's what's said when 'we' refers to a group of males or a mixed group of females and males. When the group just has females, it's 'Siamo andate'. It's pronounced 'see-AH-moh ahn-DAH-teh'.
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Why would your boyfriend give you the silent treatment after you tell him you went to an Italian church to meet men?
Are you for real? If he had any sense he would have kicked your butt to the curb and not even remarked on what you just told him. Why on earth would you want to meet other men in an Italian Church if you love him? I'm really trying hard to understand your actions. . It sounds like both of the pre…vious answers were made under the assumption that you went to an Italian church to meet men 'while' you were with your current boyfriend and 'then' went home and told him about it. Pretty questionable behavior, if true. The other possibility is that you were recounting a 'past' experience to your current boyfriend and he took umbrage at your 'past' behavior. If this is the case (an eminently more reasonable scenario in my opinion), then, assuming he's not an overt racist, his reaction seems a bit curious. Perhaps you should talk to him about it and find out why he feels the way he does. Whatever his concern is (Italian men...churches...or?), giving someone the 'silent treatment' is not a very healthy way to express one's concerns in a relationship and you might want to talk to him about that, too. (MORE)
Answer . \nThe answer would depend on the context of the question. If talking about a woman admiring a man and deciding to pursue meeting him or a relationship, that could be stated as "she went for him".\n. \nIf she wanted to kill him, and moved in for the attack, then again "she went for him"…, kind of like "went for the gun".\n. \nThen again, maybe he needed to go to the store, but didnt want to...so..."she went for him". \n. \nLikely my first answer is the correct one, but it really is depending on the situation. (MORE)
There are a lot of answer out there but there been great research about our sun going Nova. First of all Our sun is too small to become a black hole, second of all our sun can't go through the phase of super nova as our sun is too small. It can only go through Nova. If the sun where to go out right …now Life would end instancely well not quite it takes 6 minutes for light to travel to earth from the sun. Our sun is not going go out now but if it did all life would end and our earth would be sucked into the sun.. It will happen . http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/solarsystem/death_of_earth_000224.html. "The life-giving, aging star we orbit is using up its fuel supply and will collapse within 7 billion years. Before that, though, there will be an agonizing period of repeated swelling, as the sun grows into a red giant. How giant?. "Earth will end up in the sun, vaporizing and blending its material with that of the sun," said Iowa State University's Lee Anne Willson" (MORE)
In the 1800's Washington was chosen as the capital of the UnitedStates. The United states declared war against Britain on 1812.
Bene, grazie, e tu [or Lei ] is an Italian answer to the question 'How are you'. In the word by word translation, the adverb 'bene' means 'well'. The interjection 'grazie' means 'thank you'. The conjunction 'e' means 'and'. The personal pronouns 'tu' and 'Lei' mean 'you'. The word 'tu' i…s the form that's used within an individual's close circle of family and friends. The word 'Lei' is the form that's used with an individual who's senior in age or position, or who isn't part of that close, familial and friendly circle. The phrase is pronounced 'BEH-nay GRAH-tsee-ay ay too [lay]'. (MORE)
If you are lookig for the adjective in that sentence, there is none. Went is the past tense of go. Dr. Area (in Sentances or Grammar School Attendence and Help on Internet Service)
it depends which voyage you are talking about (he made 4). see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Columbus#In_popular_culture for more details!
nobody so far.No human has ever set foot on venus because it is WAY too hot.We would boil to death before we even get the chance to walk on the planet.Hope this helps.
yes a verb is the part of speech to express action Went is a verb it is the past tense of go. They go to school everyday. They went to the market on Saturday.
With is, went isn't. The word went if the past tense of the verb togo.
In Italian is translates to Io sono italiano. 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. (MORE)
Sono italiano is an Italian equivalent of 'I am an Italian'. In the word by word translation, the verb 'sono' means '[I] am'. The masculine gender adjective 'italiano' , used as a noun, means 'Italian'. The phrase is pronounced 'SOH-noh ee-tah-LYAH-noh'. That's what's said when the speaker… is male. The phrase becomes 'Sono italiana' in terms of a female. It's pronounced 'SOH-noh ee-tah-LYAH-nah'. (Io sono un italiano) (MORE)
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In italiano is the Italian equivalent of 'in Italian'. In the word by word translation, the preposition 'in' means 'in'. The masculine gender noun 'italiano' means 'Italian'. The phrase is pronounced 'een ee-tah-LYAH-noh'.
there isn't really an "it" in italian, so if you want to say "it's italian, you would just say italiano (itah lee ah no) hope it helps :)
If 100 people went on a European trip and 42 spoke Italian 55 spoke French and 17 spoke neither how many spoke both?
100 total 17 spoke neither, 100-17=83 speaking French/Italian 55 Fr + 42 It=97 97-83=14 so 14 people speak both French and Italian.
Quando sei andata in the feminine and Quando sei andato in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "When you went". Specifically, the conjunction quando means "when". The auxiliary sei and the past participles andata and andato translate as "(informal singular you) ha…ve gone, went". The pronunciation will be "KWAHN-doh sey ahn-DAH-tah" in the feminine and "KWAHN-doh sey ahn-DAH-toh" in the masculine. (MORE)
Io non sono italiano is an Italian equivalent of 'I am not Italian'. The subject pronoun 'io' means 'I'. The adverb 'non' means 'not'. The verb 'sono' means '[I] am'. The masculine adjective/noun 'italiano' means 'Italian'. All together, they're pronounced 'EE-oh nohn SOH-noh ee-tah-LYAH-no…h'. That's what a non 'Italian' male says. There's a slight change for a non 'Italian' female. The word becomes 'italiana' , which is pronounced 'ee-tah-LYAH-nah'. (MORE)
Mans' curiosity regarding the afterlife goes back to the beginningof mankind itself. Throughout history, there have beendisagreements about every aspect of the afterlife. Especially aboutwhether the afterlife exists at all and how does one get there. Theconcept is not limited to religious followers …only, and there areplenty of tales, testimonies, and documents describing theafterlife from people who claim to have been lucky enough to 'catcha glimpse' into eternity and live to tell about it. You can go tomost bookstores or scan the internet and find a plethora ofpeople's accounts from all over the world. One of the most famouscases of a person who claimed to have gone to the afterlife wasJesus, of Nazareth. Everyone dies at some point. That is anundisputed fact, but whether we or those who have gone before us goto an afterlife is still very much up for debate. (MORE)
E te for one person or E voi for more than one may be Italian equivalents of 'What about you'. The conjunction 'e' means 'and'. The personal pronouns 'te' and 'voi' mean '[informal] you' and '[informal] you all'. They respectively are pronounced 'eh teh' and 'eh voy'. That's what's said to… a person or persons who are part of the speaker's close circle of family, friends and peers. But it's something else to a person or persons who are senior in age or position, or who aren't part of the speaker's close familial and friendly circle. Instead, it's the formal singular 'you' 'E Lei' and the formal plural 'you all' 'E Loro' . They respectively are pronounced 'eh leh' and 'eh LOH-roh'. (MORE)
No, went is a verb: the past tense of go. I go to the cinema very Saturday. I went to the cinema last Saturday.
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He probably dosen' care enough to remember to be there or to call you to tell you he won't be able to make it there because of something.
For fashion or toget a feel of designer clothes, I have always worn Italianclothes to be more fashionable. This will give you a designerfeel and you'll experience the Italian style as well.
'Sorelle italiane' is an Italian equivalent of 'Italian sisters'. The feminine noun 'sorelle' means 'sisters'. Its plural definite article is 'le' ['the'], and its plural indefinite 'delle' ['some']. The feminine adjective 'italiane' means 'Italian'. Together, they're pronounced 'soh-REHL…-leh ee-tah-LYAH-neh'. (MORE)
In italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "in Italian." The prepositional phrase models a difference between the two languages whereby Italian does not capitalize the names of languages even though English does. The pronunciation will be "ee-NEE-ta-LYA-no" in Italian.
Un piatto italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "an Italian dish." Specifically, the masculine indefinite article un means "a, one." The masculine noun piatto means "dish." The masculine adjective italiano means "Italian (language, person)." The pronunciation is "oon P…YAHT-toh EE-tah-LYAH-noh." (MORE)
Va bene is an answer to the Italian phrase Come va? Specifically, the adverb come means "how." The verb va means "(He/she/it) does go, goes, is going, (formal singular you) are going, does go, go." The adverb bene means "well." The pronunciation is "KOH-meh vah" in terms of the question …and "vah BEH-neh" in terms of the answer. (MORE)
" Mancando il mio amore " is the literal Italian equivalent, and " Mi manca il mio amore " is the common Italian equivalent, of "Missing my love." Specifically, the present participle " mancando " means "missing." The masculine singular definite article " il " means "the." The masculine possessiv…e " mio " means "my." The masculine noun " amore " means "love." The feminine/masculine personal pronoun " mi " means "to me." The verb " manca " means "(He/She/It) is missing to, (You) are missing to." The respective pronunciations are "mahn-KAHN-doh eel MEE-oh ah-MOH-reh" and "mee MAHN-kah eel MEE-oh ah-MOH-reh." (MORE)
Tourists go there all the time. Probably won't see the firebases though, they've been grown over with vegetation. Destroyed tanks and jets have been buried by plant growth or scrapped (recycled). About the only thing you'll see from the war (other than museums) will be some ponds scattered about the… region; those are old 1,000 and 750 pound bomb craters made from US jet fighter bombers. GIs used to bath and swim in those holes; now some have become "fish ponds" for some local farmers. Those are some deep holes (ponds), a person can drive their automobile in them, and not see their vehicle anymore, that's how deep some of those bomb craters were. You might see some old ex-USN Swift Boats (50 foot aluminum riverine boats) at some docks. These might now be fishin boats for some of the locals. They're probably a bit too old to be of use to the new Vietnamese Navy. I say "new" because the NORTH Vietnamese Navy captured them, but the NORTH Vietnamese Navy disappeared when they won the war...they're just Vietnamese now. (MORE)
Primavera italiana is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Italian spring." Specifically, the feminine noun primavera means "spring." The feminine adjective italiana means "Italian." The pronunciation is "PREE-mah-VEH-rah ee-tah-LYAH-nah."
Marmo italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Italian marble." Specifically, the masculine noun marmo means "marble." The masculine adjective italiano means "Italian." The pronunciation is "MAHR-moh ee-tah-LYAH-noh."
Bell'italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Handsome Italian." Specifically, the masculine adjective bell '* means "beautiful, handsome. " The masculine noun italiano means "Italian language, Italian person." The pronunciation is "BEHL-lee-tah-LYAH-noh." *The masculine ad…jective actually is bello . But the vowel o drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. The temporary nature of that drop is indicated by an apostrophe immediately after the remaining letter l of bello and immediately before the first letter of the following noun. (MORE)
Mostly knights and soldiers went on the Crusades. In the Children's Crusades (1202) England sent children to try and capture Jerusalem, but they never returned. But in most of the Crusades Knights and soldiers went with their huge armies to go and fight the Muslims so they could get Jerusalem(the Ho…ly Land) back, and they thought that the Muslim religion was wrong. (MORE)
The animation is created by a Chinese dude ' Jokhie Judy ' back in 2005. The voice comes from aDutch radio show guy who did it for fun.
Sei una bell'italiana is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "You are a beautiful Italian." Specifically, the verb sei means "(informal singular you) are." The feminine singular indefinite article una means "a, one." The feminine adjective bella * means "beautiful, handsome." The fe…minine noun italiana means "(female) Italian." The pronunciation is "seh OO-nah BEHL-lee-tah-LYAH-nah." *The vowel a drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. The temporary nature of that drop is indicated by an apostrophe. (MORE)
Il viaggio italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "the Italian trip." Specifically, the masculine singular definite article il means "the." The masculine noun viaggio means "trip, voyage." The masculine adjective italiano means "Italian." The pronunciation is "eel VYAHDJ-…djoh EE-tah-LYAH-noh." (MORE)
gone, left, departed, taken leave, broken contact, gone away, vacated the premises, headed for the hills, beat feet, cut out
Come parli italiano? is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "How do you speak Italian?" Specifically, the adverb come means "how." The verb parli means "(informal singular you) are speaking, do speak, speak." The masculine noun italiano means "Italian." Specifically, the pronunc…iation is "KOH-meh PAHR-lee-tah-LYAH-noh." (MORE)
He and Ted went. "Ted and he went." is actually correct. Proper noun (name) comes first, then the pronouns in order of remove from speaker (third person, "he", then second person, "you" , then first person, "I")
Jupiter is made up of gasses, so it would be impossible for anyone to walk on it. No human has been on any thing outside the planet Earth except for our moon.
no one ,,,went to the sun ,,, and i guranteed that in future also ,,no one can go ,,bcoz of high temperature of the sun
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George Frederic Handel. Bear in mind that most operas at the timewere sung in Italian, regardless of the composer's home country.
No, it is a verb. Specifically, it is the past tense of the verb "to go."
"The Italian Man Who went to Malta" is an Internet meme. Itâ°ÃÂªs a parody of the video the user "Alundras" uploaded to YouTube. Itâ°ÃÂªs about communication problems of an Italian who visits Malta. The dialogue is from the 2001 club song "Pizzaman" by "Cisco Kid".
The word 'went' is the past tense of the verb togo. The word go is both a noun and a verb . The noun 'go' is a word for an attempt to do something (He tried tomake a go of it.); energy and enthusiasm (She's full of get up andgo.); a situation in which something that has been planned canhappe…n or be done (The birthday bash is a go!); a turn at play(Whose go is next?). The noun forms of the verb to go are goer and the gerund, going. (MORE)
Was the American M26 Pershing super heavy tank successful when it went up against the Italian and German and other axis super heavy tanks in World War 2?
First off, the M26 was not considered a "super heavy" tank, it wasconsidered just a heavy until it was reclassified as a medium withthe introduction of the M103 after the war. By the same token, theGermans and Italians did not actually field any super heavy tankseither- in fact, the Italians didn't …really have any true heavy tanks, just medium and smaller. The M26 didn't really see action against Italian tanks- the M26 didnot arrive until very late in the war, in spring of 1945. By thatpoint, most of Fascist Italy had been defeated except for somepockets in northern Italy that were defended by German troops. Reportedly, the M26 fared pretty well against German heavy tankslike the Tiger, Tiger II and Jadgpanther. It also did very wellagainst medium tanks like the Panzer IV and Panther. (MORE)
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