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When is the Italian main meal?
The most popular English meal is Fish and Chips
" Buon pasto " is an Italian equivalent of "great meal." Specifically, the masculine singular adjective " buon , buono "* means "good." The masculine singular noun " pasto "… means "meal." Its singular definite article is " il " ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is " un , uno " ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "bwohn PAH-stoh." *The final vowel " o " of " buono " drops before a noun that begins with a consonant.
Italians eat their main meal over the lunch hour. Their breakfast and their dinner tend to be smaller than the equivalents in the United States of America. Oftentimes, familie…s plan a little nap after the main meal. This keeps people inside during the heat of the day, and gives them energy to get work done and have fun during the cooler afternoon and evening.
"The meal was delicious" in English means Il piatto era squisito in Italian.
3 tasty meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) >:)
Bread, appetizer, soup, salad, beef, chicken, veal, lamb, or fish, hot vegetable, rice, potato etc., water, soda, wine etc., dessert, fruit.
"Benedici Signore noi e il cibo che stiamo per prendere, fà che non manchi mai a nessuno in nessuna parte del mondo, specialmente ai bambini" that means approximate…ly "Bless us o Lord and the food we are going to have, let it not to lack to anyone anywhere in the world, especially to children"
Entree He/she's wrong. ^_^. It's actually plat principal. Thats the RIGHT answer.
Benedici, o Signore, noi e questi doni che la tua bontà ci elargisce. Per Cristo nostro Signore. Amen is one Italian equivalent of a grace before meals prayer. Specifically, …the verb benedici is the imperative "Bless!" in English. The interjection o is "oh". The masculine singular noun Signore is "Lord". The personal pronoun noi is "us". The conjunction e is "and". The masculine plural demonstrative adjective questi is "these". The masculine noun doni is "gifts". The relative pronoun che is "that". The feminine singular definite article la is "the". The feminine noun bontà is "bounty". The reflexive pronoun ci is "us" in this context. The verb elargisce means "bestows on" in this context. The preposition per means "through". The masculine noun Cristo means "Christ". The masculine possessive adjective nostro means "our". The pronunciation will be "BEY-ney-DEE-tchee oh see-NYOH-rey noy* ey KWEY-stee DOH-nee key lah TOO-ah bohn-TAH tchee EY-lahr-DJEE-shay pehr KREE-stoh NOH-stroh see-NYOH-rey AH-mehn" in Italian. *The sound is similar to that of the noun "toy" in English.
In Italian Food
Italians eat lots of fish and seafood. infact, one of their large holidays is called "the 7 fishes" and is celebrated on Christmas eve. bronzino is a fish typical of Italian… cuisine. its often covered in course salt and baked whole. the salt forms a sort of shell and it is usually cracked open and fileted at the table. Italians also often put tuna fish into their red sauce and serve it over spaghetti. it sounds strange but it is delicous and very popular especially during lent. calamari is squid. it is often served battered and fried, sauted in a red sauce with chopped vegetables, or stuffed also in a red sauce. smelts are a small fish and they get breaded and fried.
Italians usually have breakfast as soon as they wake up, lunch at 1o'clock and dinner at 8 o' clock in the evening. people also have snacks in between.
Italians often eat salad. There is no way to tell when exactly.