Scrivere is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "to write".Specifically, the word is a verb. It is in the present infinitival form. The pronunciation will be "SKREE-ve-re" in Italian.
No, it's Italian (though it is often used in France, as is 'ciao')
'France' in Italian is 'Francia'.
Rispondere is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "to write back". Specifically, the word is a verb. It is in the present form of the infinitive. The pronunciation will be "ree-SPON-dey-rey" in Italian.
The English Channel is the name in English for the channel that separates France and the United Kingdom. La Manica is the Italian equivalent. The Italian word is a feminine gender noun that's pronounced 'lah MAH-nee-kah'. The word literally means 'sleeve'.
Italian invasion of France happened on 1940-06-10.
It looks the same as you would usually write it.
The Italian word "riveria" refers to a coastal area located between La Spezia (Italy) and Cannes (France). In Italy is it a female name that translates to river bank in English, it is also the name of an Italian resort.
"SÃ¬" is an Italian equivalent of "yes."Specifically, the Italian word is an adverb of affirmation. It is the opposite of the adverb of negation "no." The pronunciation is "see."
No, France did not control any Italian province in 1632.
No, French and Italian are not the same nationality.Specifically, the word nationality designates a nation. In Europe, a person who is French is associated with France, the nation of the French people. A person who is Italian is linked with Italy, the nation of the Italian people.