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Due, tre in Italian means "Two, three" in English.
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"Two" is an English equivalent of the Italian word due. The word serves as a cardinal number whose form remains the same regardless of whether the two individuals or items are… female, feminine, male, or masculine. The pronunciation will be "DOO-ey" in Italian.
Tre giorni son che Nina is a very old Italian song by an unknown author. It apparently concerns a young girl who has died or is in the process of dying. The words are as f…ollows: For three days Nina -- Tre giorni son che Nina has stayed in her bed -- In letto se ne sta. The slumber is killing her -- Il sonno l'assassina Please waken her! Svegliatela, per pietà! Cymbals, drums, and shawms -- E cimbali e timpani e pifferi, waken my little Nina -- Svegliatemi Ninetta so she may not sleep any more -- Perchè non dorma più And while the doctor -- E mentre il sior dottore goes to visit her -- A visitarla va, dear Nina, out of love -- Ninetta per amore stays in her bed -- In letto se ne sta.
Il numero uno scade is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Number 1 is due." The masculine singular definite article, noun, and cardinal number and third person singu…lar present indicative verb also translate into English as "Number one expires. The pronunciation will be "eel NOO-mey ro OO-no SKA-dey" in Italian.
"How is your Italian?" in English is Com'è il tuo Italiano? in Italian.
"Not italian" in English is non italiano in Italian.
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 capit…alize the names of languages even though English does. The pronunciation will be "ee-NEE-ta-LYA-no" in Italian.
"Make my heart hot: one, four, three!" and "You all make my heart hot: one, four, three!" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase Fate il mio cuore caldo: uno, quattro, …tre! Context makes clear whether the second person informal plural is in the present imperative (case 1) or present indicative (example 2). Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "FA-tey eel MEE-o KWO-rey KAL-do OO-no DOO-ey trey" in Italian.
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" Three young women " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase tre giovani donne . Specifically, the number tre means "three." The feminine/masculine adjective gi…ovani means "young." The feminine noun donne means "women." The pronunciation is "treh DJYOH-vah-nee DOHN-neh."
" Two hearts, one soul " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Due cuori, un'anima . Specifically, the number due means "two." The masculine noun cuori means …"hearts." The feminine indefinite article una* means "a, one." The feminine noun anima means "soul." The pronunciation is "DOO-eh KWOH-ree oo-NAH-mee-mah." *The vowel a may drop before a noun that begins with the same vowel. The temporary nature of that drop is indicated by an apostrophe immediately after the article and immediately before the first letter in the following noun.
" Three couples " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase tre coppie . Specifically, the number tre means "three." The feminine noun coppie means "couples." The …pronunciation is "treh KOHP-pyeh."
" Three sweet children " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase tre bambini dolci . Specifically, the number tre means "three." The masculine noun bambini mean…s "babies, children." The feminine/masculine adjective dolci means "sweet." The pronunciation is "treh bahm-BEE-nee DOHL-tchee."
" Two hearts, one mind " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Due cuori, una mente . Specifically, the number due means "two (2)." The masculine noun cuori me…ans "hearts." The feminine indefinite article una means "a, one." The feminine noun mente means "mind." The pronunciation is "DOO-eh KWOH-ree OO-nah MEHN-teh."
"I am not Italian!" in English is Io non sono italiano! in Italian.
" You're two very beautiful women! " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Siete due bellissime! Specifically, the verb siete is "(informal plural you all) are".… The number due means "two (2)". The feminine superlative adjective/pronoun bellissime translates as "very beautiful women, very great beauties". The pronunciation will be "SYEY-tey DOO-ey behl-LEES-see-mey" in Italian.
"Three strings" is a literal English equivalent of the Italianfeminine plural phrase tre corde . The pronunciation willbe "trey KOR-dey" in Italian.