Spaghetti originate from Italy
Spaghetti is the plural form of the Italian word spaghetto, which is a diminutive of spago, meaning "thin string" or "twine."
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the word spaghetti came from Italy
Yes, the word 'spaghetti is a noun, it is a word for a thing
What language does the word spaghetti come from
The land of fibre and rack
Spaghetti is an Italian word.
Italy. Spaghetti is an Italian word.
No, the noun 'spaghetti' is not a collective noun. The noun 'spaghetti' is a word for a specific type of pasta, a word for a food substance, a word for a thing.A collective noun is a word used to group people or things in a descriptive or fanciful way; for example, a box of spaghetti or a plate of spaghetti.
Spaghetti originally came courtesy of Italy, but the meatballs were most likely added in America. However, spaghetti and meatballs are not eaten together in Italy, as it is an American custom.
The Italians of course! Spaghetti comes from the word spago meaning string. Spaghetti describes the plural and smaller form of the word.
The word spaghetti comes from the Italian language.
The noun 'spaghetti' is an uncountablenoun, a word for a food substance. Units of spaghetti are expressed as a piece of spaghetti, a dish of spaghetti, a pound of spaghetti, etc.
The word spaghetti has three syllables. The syllables in the word are spa-ghet-ti.
You spell it exactly the same! ''Spaghetti'' :)It's Esactly the same as EnglIsh spaghetti. You spell it "SPAGHETTI!"
The word spaghetti is originally from Italy and is very popular.Spaghetti bolanase comes from Italy
Spaghetti is the correct spelling of the word.An example sentence is "my favourite food is spaghetti".
It is an Italian word
Where did the word meringue originate
I love spaghetti, I make it for dinner once a week.
The word 'spaghetti' is a noun, a common, concrete, uncountable noun; a word for a type of food; a word for a thing.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example:The spaghetti looks good. I'll have that. (the pronoun 'that' takes the place of the noun 'spaghetti' in the second sentence)