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Why do Italians come to England?
Italians come to England to be tourists. They come to England to learn the English language. They come to England to study at one of the many schools. They come to England to take vacations. They come to England to understand English culture and ways of doing things. They come to England to visit friends and places. They come to England to work.
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" Vieni !" is an Italian equivalent of "Come!" Specifically, the verb " vieni " is the imperative form of command in the second person informal singular. That is the form… that is used with family, friends and peers of the speaker. The pronunciation is "VYEH-nee."
The people that conquered Britain (England were the Jutes,Angles& the Saxons. They had a deep love of freedom & independance& a firm sense of judgment.they all spoke the same …lang. the Angles would give their name to the southern part of Britain-Angleland or England. & also to the English lang. that developed over the centuries. Bethany (pianoplayer) And aftaa that Hudaa (Hudlerr) && Ismaa (Battaaay) Ruled Engalnd they are verraay famous sooo; GOOGLE THEM! & THAT WILL GET YU AN A
yh they are in london i am freinds with part of the mafia with a person called shaun he is new to it but he has already killed 20 people :O
The original peoples were fairly stable, until about 2000BC, probably because of the Alps to the North preventing wholesale invasion. The major ethnic groups at that time, on …the Italian peninsula, were Etrurian; Oscan, Umbrian; Italic; Sicel; Sabine and Ligurian plus a handful of others including some Celtic peoples. After that there were a number of invasions (Greek; Arab; Carthaginian; Germanic; Frankish; Goth; Visigoth; Ostrogoth; Lombard; Byzantine; Norman and Arab) which had varying degrees of success at colonisation From around 1200AD onwards there were fewer major invasions though the genetic makeup of Italy was still influenced by migration from the East and South (Albanian; Turkic; Macedonian and Mediterranean Arab cultures)
"England" in English means Inghilterra in Italian.
Because they're tasty? The advent of pizza take away restaurants has made it some of the easiest food to have and it is also cheap. Pasta and spaghetti are particula…rly healthy, a major concern in the UK. Especially since the World Wars, a great many Italian immigrants came to the UK, especially Wales.
Because Canadians are AWESOME !
Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard Kidd
England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. The area now called England was first inhabited by modern humans during the Upper Palaeolithic period. The name "Eng…land" is derived from the Old English name Engla land, which means "land of the Angles". The Angles were one of the Germanic tribes that settled in Great Britain during the Early Middle Ages. England became a unified state in AD 927 Please click on the link below for more information on England
Quando vieni in Inghilterra la prossima volta?
Io sono dell'Inghilterra is a literal Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I am from England." The present indicative verb form sono may be rendered into English either a…s "I am" or "they are" depending upon context. The pronunciation will be "EE-o SO-no del-LEEN-geel-TER-ra" in Italian.
Dall'Inghilterra is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "from England." The above-mentioned feminine singular prepositional phrase translates literally into English as… "from the England" since countries are preceded by the equivalent of the definite article "the" in Italian. The pronunciation will be "dal-LEEN-geel-TER-ra" in Italian.
" How come ?" is an English equivalent of " Come mai ?" The adverb "come" means "how." The adverb " mai " means "ever". The pronunciation is "KOH-meh meye."* *The sound "…eye" is similar to that in the English noun "eye."
Without being facetious, they brought them 'to eat'. It's no surprise that food and culture travel with people when they go to other countries, to keep a sense of familiarity …to their home nation.