New is an English equivalent of 'nova' in its use as an adjective. It's the feminine form of an adjective whose masculine form is 'novo'. Both forms are pronounced 'NOH-vah' and 'NOH-voh', respectively.
Star is an equivalent in the use of 'nova' as a noun. It's a feminine gender noun that takes as its definite article 'la' ['the'] and as its indefinite article 'una' ['a, one']. It's pronounced in the same way as the adjective above.
Nova cura translated into English means New cure.
"Translate English into Italian" in English is Traduca l'inglese in italiano in Italian.
Italian marita(italian)=Italian marries(english)
"Not italian" in English is non italiano in Italian.
Well, Italian words are more similar to English, but Spanish grammar is easier for an English speaker. Italian: tavolo is Table in English, but mesa in Spanish. Italian: cane is Canine in English, but perro in Spanish. Italian: ritornare is To return in English, but volver in Spanish. Italian: spendere is To spend in English, but gastar in Spanish. Italian: cercareis To search in English, but buscar in Spanish. Italian: arrivare is To arrive in English, but llegar in Spanish. Italian: forchetta(for-Ket-tah) is Fork in English, but grabador in Spanish. Italian: pepe is Pepper in English, but pimienta in Spanish. Italian: carota is Carot in English, but zanharia in Spanish. Italian: piselliare Peas in English, but guisantes in Spanish. Italian: banana is Banana in ENglish, but platano in Spanish. Plus there are many Italian words in English. Cooking/food, musical, and ghetto terms can be found in English from Italian.
"Provincial Italian" in English is italiano provincialein Italian.
"Can you speak Italian?" in English is Parla italiano? in Italian.
"Italian restaurant" in English is ristorante italiano in Italian.
"Italian queen" in English is regina Italiana in Italian.
"How is your Italian?" in English is Com'è il tuo Italiano? in Italian.
"I am not Italian!" in English is Io non sono italiano!in Italian.
"Italian ambiance" in English is atmosfera italiana in Italian.
"Italian conversation" in English is conversazione italiana in Italian.
"Out" in English is fuori in Italian.
"About" in English is circa in Italian.
"And" in English is e in Italian.
"No!" in English means No! in Italian.
"Have" in English is avere in Italian.
"Why?" in English is Perché? in Italian.
"Or" in English is o in Italian.
"Necklace" in English is collana in Italian.
Sergio Adorni has written: 'English grammar for students of Italian' -- subject(s): Italian, Comparative Grammar, English language, Italian language, English 'English grammar for students of Italian' -- subject(s): Comparative Grammar, English, English language, Grammar, Italian, Italian language
Italiano in Italian means "Italian" in English.
Paolo Tenorista has written: 'Paolo Tenorista in a new fragment of the Italian Ars Nova' -- subject(s): Facsimiles, Italian Ars Nova, Manuscripts, Music
"An Italian policeman" in English means un carabiniere in Italian.