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What is 'God bless' when translated from English to Italian?


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2015-02-24 22:49:01
2015-02-24 22:49:01

Dio ti benedica in the singular and Dio vi benedica in the plural are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "God bless." The blessing uses the second person informal singular for one "you" in the first instance and the second person informal plural for one "you" idiomatically and "you all" grammatically. The respective pronunciation will be "DEE-o tee BEY-ney-DEE-ka" in the singular and "DEE-o vee BEY-ney-DEE-ka" in the plural in Italian.

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