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Sono una bella coppia. They have been an item for a year now. È da un anno che fanno coppia ﬁssa. He bought three pairs of gloves. Ha comprato tre paia di guanti. I have two tickets for the opera. Ho un paio di biglietti per l’opera. cousin [il] cugino cradle cullare; la culla dad [il] papà daughter [la] ﬁglia daughter-in-law [la] nuora discuss discutere discussion la discussione divorce divorziare; il divorzio embrace abbracciare; abbracciarsi engagement il ﬁdanzamento ex/former husband, fiancé, etc.
Names of nationalities and languages are not capitalized. The French really love good cuisine. Arab; Arabic bilingual 44 MUST-KNOW ITALIAN I francesi adorano la buona cucina. [l(o)]’arabo bilingue Chinese customs/mores dialect dictionary English French Greek Hebrew interpreter mother tongue Portuguese sign language Spaniard; Spanish speak speech The president of the republic gave a ﬁne speech. Speech is a characteristic of the human species. translate She translates Spanish into Russian. translation tribe Turk; Turkish vocabulary word [il] cinese gli usi; i costumi il dialetto il dizionario; il vocabolario [l(o)’] inglese [il] francese [il] greco [l(o)’] ebraico l(o, a)’interprete la madre lingua/la lingua madre [il] portoghese la lingua dei segni [lo] spagnolo parlare il discorso; la parola Il presidente della repubblica ha fatto un bel discorso.
Provo tanta simpatia per lei. feeling la sensazione; l(a)’emozione; il feeling get angry arrabbiarsi happy felice Must-Know Tip The preﬁx in- (im- before -b and -p) corresponds to the preﬁxes in-/im- and un- in English. She’s been very unhappy since her divorce. have it in for hope intriguing You’ve had a really intriguing idea. FF Be careful what you tell him; he’s a meddler. jealous melancholy mood My father is always in a good mood. move; be touched (with emotion) I’m moved. nervous panic passion perhaps/maybe resign oneself to restless 30 MUST-KNOW ITALIAN Da quando ha divorziato è molto infelice.
A Comparative Grammar of Modern Aryan Languages of India by John Beames