The Maltese cross is not satanic.
You could say "I could eat a horse."
am is a be verb. The present be verbs are: am -- I am hungry is -- He is hungry. She is hungry. It is hungry are -- They are hungry. We are hungry. You are hungry. The past be verbs are: was -- I/he/she/it was hungry were -- They/we/you were hungry.
Is when you say "He is as big as a house" , "Im so hungry I could eat a horse".
'Hungry' is an adjective, and adjectives in English do not have plural forms: 'The boy was hungry.' 'The boys were hungry.'
In Maltese to say sit you say: poġġi ,infact I am a Maltese person.
To say, 'hello' in Maltese is, 'Bonjour'.
Well I am Maltese and I always called my grandmother Nana because that is how you say it in Maltese !
There is no language for maltese. You say bye!
bongure in french awseehbee in Maltese
you say moocho moocho