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Italian can be learned by visits to the Italian peninsula and the Italian islands. It can be learned by travel to countries that have Italian as an official language and Italian among their successful immigrant communities. For example, Italian is one of the official languages of Switzerland, San Marino, and Malta. It can be learned by study at immersion schools; in colleges and universities; and through exchange programs and online and correspondence courses. It can be learned by private lessons with a tutor. It can be learned by listening to such Italian language audio visual materials as discs, films, and videos. It can be learned by getting to know and socializing with Italian language speakers. And it can be learned by finding work at an Italian business.
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No Michael Jackson could not speak Italian, he could speak only English and a little bit of French.
Yes Dean Martin's Father Giovanni Crocetti was a first generation immigrant. At an early age Italian was Dino's primary language.
Wherever it is the official language and wherever there are substantial Italian immigrant communities are the main locations in which Italian language speakers may be found. S…pecifically, Italian is one of the official spoken languages in the following locations: 1. Italy; 2. European Union; 3. Holy See/Vatican City; 4. Istria, Croatia; 5. San Marino; 6. Slovenia, along the coast; 7. Sovereign Military Order of Malta; 8. Switzerland, especially in the Grigioni and Ticino cantons. Additionally, substantial Italian language-speaking communities may be found on the following continents: 1. Africa, in the former colonies of Egypt and Eritrea, with some knowledge and use therefore in Ethiopia, Somalia and Tunisia also; 2. Australia, where Italian is the second most spoken language according to the 2001 census; 3. Europe, in nearby Albania, Greece and Montenegro; 4. North America, particularly in Montreal and Quebec, Canada; and especially in Boston, Chicago, Miami, New York City, Philadelphia and various cities and towns in New Jersey in the United States of America; 5. South America, in the greatest numbers in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Venezuela. There are thought to be around 70 million native speakers of Italian and about 125 million people who speak Italian as a second language. Those numbers may be increased further by consideration of the popularity of the language as one to be learned. Specifically, it is the fifth most taught language worldwide, after English, Spanish, French and German.
Yes , Joe Mantegna speaks Italian. Specifically, the actor in question (born November 13, 1947) hasItalian ancestors on both the maternal and paternal sides of hisfamily. His… mother, Mary Anne Novielli Mantegna is a native of thesouth Italian province of Bari. His father, Joseph Anthony Sr, isof Sicilian descent.
They don't have to; but most of them do. The reason for this is that Italian and Spanish are romances languages and others. But this two languages are extremely similar when i…s talk and often whe is written. I am spanish speaker(my mother language) and have a great knowleged of Italian. But I will put it this way ;if an Italian spoker and Spanish spoker find themselves in a conversation; if they speak slow and clear to each other(in their own languages) they can talk forever and understand everything. I did it and use some words ; but there was no need. Also they are places in Italy where they speak Spanish too. Yes and precisely Sardinia where they actually speak Catalan ( in the North Western Part ) which is not really Spanish but close to.
As a mother language about 70 million speak Italian As a Cultural language about 110 million speak Italian Giving a total of 180 million, with a world populati…on of 6,700,000,000 This comes out at about 2.7% of the worlds population. More information is available on the link below
"Do you speak Italian?" in English is Parli Italiano? to one person, or Parlate italiano? to two or more individuals, in Italian.
Yes, she does.
There are 4 countries that speak Italian: Italy Switzerland San Marino Vatican City It is also spoken by minorities in Malta, Monaco, Croatia, Slovenia, France, Libya,… Eritrea, Canada, the U.S., and Somalia.
Probably all of them.
In Italy they speak Italian. In upmarket hotels and restaurants and some shops the staff usually speak English, too. They speak Italian
They obviously speak italian. Most Italians especially near tourist destinations, also speak English and possibly French.
E 'facile vivo in Italia quindi sono nato speking ma basta chiedere a qualcuno di insegnarti!!Se non si capisce tradurre le parole.
The Italian evolved from latin, after the end of Roman Empire, the latin remained the language of cultural elites, at the same time appears different languages "volgare" s…peaking from latin vulgus. Important "volgare" languages were sicilian and after tuscan speaking. With Dante, Petrarca and Boccaccio , the tuscan become very important and it stases as language: the italian ! During the centuries the true italian was speaking in Tuscany and Latium (Rome is in latium). At the same time in the other italian regions there were italian (elite class) and dialects .
Io sto parlando italiano is a literal Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I am speaking Italian." The pronunciation of the declarative statement in the first person sin…gular of the present progressive -- in which io ("I") does not have to be included other than for emphasis since the verb form indicates the person (first) and number (singular) -- will be "EE-o STO par-LAN-do EE-ta-LYA-no" in Italian.