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Italian is spoken throughout the Italian peninsula and the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica. It also is spoken in Italy's neighbors: Albania, Austria, France, Slovenia, and Switzerland. It's spoken, too, in nearby Monaco, the island of Malta, and the Greek islands of Rhodes and the Dodecanese ['the Twelve']. Additionally, it's spoken in such former Italian colonies of Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, Somalia, and Tianjin/Tientsin, China. Moreover, it's spoken throughout the countries of the European Union, of which Italy is a member. Furthermore, it's spoken in international businesses and organizations, and indeed wherever there are Italian communities worldwide. And, of course, it's spoken wherever the language is taught, such as international schools, private schools, and universities.
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Italian is not the only spoken languag in italy, there are actually many languages spoken. There is spanish, french, german, english, slovene, laden .....etc.
Italians, of course speak Italian. German is also spoken as a minority language in the northern regions
Spanish and the other "romance" languages
Learning a language by hearing it spoken is the way in which babies learn to speak their parents' language[s]. As an adult, it's just as easy and a bit more difficult. It's di…fficult in the sense that we tend to analyze instead of just copy. But for that same reason, it can be just as easy, precisely because of the analyzing that we subject each sound and word to. But either way, as an infant or as an older learner, we learn a language by hearing it spoken. The sounds and the words become part of our brain, which is an impressive, central knowledge coordinating system.
Yes, yes i have
Italy, Switzerland, Vatican, and San Marino
aro said 'la tua cantante' which is itallian for 'my singer'
Only by Italians there... National language is Spanish
Italian is spoken in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City, Malta Slovenia, Croatia Libya, Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Greece. German is spoken Germany, Austria Switz…erland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Alsace, Lorraine, Denmark, Belgium, Poland, and Namibia. French is spoken in France, Canada, Quebec, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and some other places.
Speak with confidence and poise. Know what you are talking about. Grab people's attention. Look at the audience by eye contact. Speak clearly and fluently.
Yes. But there are also masses there said in English and Latin. Italian is the language most used in the Vatican as most employees are Italian.
In Roman Empire
What language spoken by the Romans developed into the romance languages of spanish french Italian and portuguese?
Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into t…he Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages. Latin is the language that developed into the Romance languages.
But Italian is spoken on the WikiAnswers/Answers site. Specifically, there is the category " Domande in Italiano " for "Questions in Italian" on the English site. Additio…nally, there are four international sites. One of those is the Italian site where Italian is the "official" language.
The singular ben parlata or the plural ben parlate in the feminine and the singular ben parlato and the plural ben parlati in the masculine are literal Italian equivalents of …the English phrase "well-spoken." Context makes clear which form suits even though newbie language speakers tend to select the masculine singular no matter what. The respective pronunciations will be "ben par-LA-ta" or "ben par-LA-tey" in the feminine and "ben par-LA-to" or "ben par-LA-tee" in the masculine in Italian.
try going to babylon
actually the question was, what is the proper spoken translation of "My Italian Kitchen" feminine