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Who is che guevara?

Che Guevara was a revolutionary born in Argentina that was a commander in the Cuban Revolution. He was executed in Bolivia during the revolution there.

What is 'E tu sei la più bella cosa del mondo Tu che voglio vicino per sempre' when translated from Italian to English?

"And you are the most beautiful thing in the world. You whom I want nearby forever" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrases E tu sei la più bella cosa del mondo. T (MORE)

What is incorrect about the sentence 'Che cosa ti crea stress'?

Che cosa ti crea dello stress or Che cosa ti crea della tensione may be another Italian equivalent of 'What creates stress for you'. The word 'stress' can't be measured in (MORE)

What is incorrect about the sentence 'Che cosa fai per ridurre lo stress nella tua vita'?

Che cosa fai per diminuire la tensione della [tua] vita may be another way of saying 'What do you do in order to reduce the stress in your life'. The verb 'ridurre' may be (MORE)

What is 'Ti amo mi ragazzo bello ma tu sei la cosa migliore che mi sia mai capitata' when translated from Italian to English?

I love you, my handsome boy. Without a doubt, you're the best thing that ever happened to me is an English equivalent of 'Ti amo, mi ragazzo bello. Ma tu sei la cosa miglior (MORE)

How do you pronouce che?

If you mean the nickname of the Cuban revolutionary Guevara, we English speakers pronounce it CHAY. In Guevara's native Spanish it would sound similar, but without the glide t (MORE)

What is 'Sai che cosa' when translated from Italian to English?

" Know what ?" or " Do you know what ?" may be English equivalents of " Sai che cosa ?" Specifically, the verb " sai " means "(singular informal second person you) are kn (MORE)

What is the English translation of the Italian phrase 'Che cosa si fa'?

" What is being done ?" is just one of many English equivalents of the Italian phrase Che cosa si fa ? Specifically, the conjunction che is "what". The feminine noun cos (MORE)

What is 'Che cosa sono' when translated from Italian to English?

"What am I?" and "What are they (you all)?" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase Che cosa sono? The interrogative pronoun, feminine singular noun, and present indic (MORE)

What is the English translation of the Italian 'Che cosa ha fatto bene l'Italiano'?

" What have Italians done well? " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Che cosa ha fatto bene l'Italiano ? Specifically, the interrogative pronoun che means "th (MORE)

What is 'Che cosa ha' when translated from Italian to English?

"What does he (one, she) have?" and "What do you have?" are English equivalents of the Italian phrase Che cosa ha? The interrogative pronoun, feminine singular noun, and pre (MORE)

Why was Che Guevara called Che?

"Che" is a form of colloquial slang native to Argentina used in a vocative sense as "friend", and thus loosely corresponds to expressions such as "mate", "pal", "man", "bro", (MORE)
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What is CosA-SinA?

Sin^2 - Cos^2 = 1 {By the Identity} Therefore (SinA-CosA)(SinA+CosA) = 1 SinA-CosA = 1/(SinA+CosA) Therefore CosA-SinA = -1/(SinA+CosA)
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Where and how che was che captured?

Ernesto 'Che' Guevara was in Bolivia trying to start a Latin American Revolution. However, the peasants, upon who he counted to support him, were not overtly revolutionary, an (MORE)

What is 'Non sai che cosa' when translated from Italian to English?

" You don't know what ... ." is an Englishequivalent of the incomplete Italian phrase Non sai checosa ... . Specifically, the adverb non is "not." The presentindicative ve (MORE)

What is 'Che cosa Voi' when translated from Italian to English?

"What? You all!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Che cosa? Voi! The interrogative, feminine singular noun, and second person informal plural pronoun also tran (MORE)