Where did the first Italians live?
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Italians live in the top part of NSW and in Sydney. The Italians value there stay, but that doesnt mean that allItalians live in Sydney. 45% of Italians live in other states o…therthan NSW.
Due to poor economic conditions in Italy, many Italian immigrantsmigrated to the United States in the 19th century. They settled inethnic neighborhoods and kept their Italian …culture alive. Mostwere general laborers, not skilled craftsmen and poverty was a wayof life. However, due to a strong sense of ethnic pride, strongsocial networks were available. Unfortunately, there was a lot ofanti-Catholic sentiment during this time and some Italian-Americans met with prejudice, violence and even lynching's.
Vivere la vita is an Italian equivalent of the Englishphrase "to live life." Specifically, the present infinitive vivere is "to live."The feminine singular definite arti…cle la means "the." Thefeminine noun vita translates as "life." Thepronunciation will be "VEE-vey-rey la VEE-ta" in Italian.
The Italian way of living in relation to food is to enjoy all meals in company and take as long over them as is needed. Food eaten on the go or quickly is limited to a capp…uccino coffee and pastry in the morning. Fresh food is preferred although the powerful industrial global food lobby is fighting to change traditional eating habits and taste preferences in the new upcoming generation. They are having some success.
In larger cites, Italians favor living in apartments. Apartmentsare owned or rented. They live in houses in the country. They livein farm houses and city houses as well.
do what we do of course
Vivo is an Italian equivalent of 'live' in the sense of 'alive'. It's the masculine form of an adjective whose feminine form is 'viva'. Both forms are pronounced 'VEE-voh' an…d 'VEE-vah', respectively. In diretto is an equivalent, in the sense of 'live' broadcast. In the word by word translation, the preposition 'in' means 'in'. The masculine adjective/noun 'diretto' means 'direct, directed, straight'. The phrase is pronounced 'een dee-REHT-toh'.
( Io ) v ivo in ... is an Italian equivalent of the incomplete English phrase "I live in... ." Specifically, the subject pronoun io ("I") does not have to be used …- other than for emphasis - because the verb ending makes the subject clear. The verb vivo means "(I) am living, do live, live." The preposition in means the same in Italian and English. The pronunciation is "(EE-oh) VEE-voh een... ."
lei vive senza rimpianti
Dove si vive.
they go and have coffees with friends, they play football, soccer with a team, they go to the lothaire with friends family.. i hope i helped you
Italian greyhounds are small so they live longer then bigger dogs . the lifespan is 11-15 because they do have medical issues but if they are well taken care of they can live …a bit longer
Musica viva is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "live music." Specifically, the feminine noun musica means "music." The feminine adjective viva means "alive, l…ive." The pronunciation is "MOO-zee-kah VEE-vah."