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Archive for December, 2010

I Wish you a New Year full of positive surprises … in Italy

Posted by Monica on December 31, 2010

Auguro a tutti voi

un Nuovo Anno pieno di

sorprese positive, di viaggi e di allegria.

Tanti Auguri!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Posted in happy new year in Italian, Italian classes, Italian culture, Italian holidays, Italian instruction, Italian native speaker, Italian tuition, learn Italian on line | 2 Comments »

Animals and Italian language expressions

Posted by Monica on December 12, 2010

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Today you can find out 5 new Italian language expressions to improve your Italian in an easy and fun way.  These expressions are really common:

Volpe

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Talpa

Mulo

Ghiro

Pavone

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Complete these sentences with the words of the pics above:

1. Luca è veramente ostinato: fa sempre le stesse cose anche se sbaglia. Non ho mai visto nessuno così testardo come un ___________________
2. Paolo è veramente furbo come una  __________________.
3. Marco è un _________________: non ho mai visto un narcisista come lui.
4. Lisa dorme come un  _________________ non si riesce a svegliarla!
5. Luca sbatte sempre dappertutto: è veramente cieco come una  ________________

Do you need some help? Here is it:

Furbo come una volpe = as sly as a fox
Cieco come una talpa = as blind as a bat  (but we say as a mole)
Testardo come un mulo = stubborn as a mule
Dormire come un ghiro = to slip as a log (but we say as a dormouse)
Vanitoso come un pavone = as vain as a peacock

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1. moods
2. people and food part A
3. people and food part B
4. people and food part C

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