FAQs: origin of the name “Italia”, typical food, small talk


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5 risposte a "FAQs: origin of the name “Italia”, typical food, small talk"

  1. Hi Lucrezia; first of all thanks for all your work, ever since I found your blog I read at least one each day and make sure I also write it down on my notepad so I can learn it better.

    I have a suggestion to make and hopefully you might consider it, provided it wouldn’t be too much of a nuisance for you and your time. So here it is: your blogs are great and as I said I’m an avid reader, I was just wondering if you – as a native Italian speaker – could record yourself reading them (the upcoming ones, that is) so we the readers/students could have an accurate idea of what the words sound like once they are strung up in a sentence. I guess you would have to attach a MP3 file to each blog or something.

    *Reading back, it does sound like a lot of work for you – and a learner’s utopia for us – so please don’t feel pressured to do more than what already do.

  2. Ciao Lucrezia!
    La mia domanda è:
    Che parola è la più utilizzata per comprare a peso? grammo o etto?
    Is etto an oldfashioned word?

    Grazie mille!
    Ana

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