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Depi
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Ciao! :D

Post by Depi »

Hello everybody!
i am from argentina, have 17 years old, my grandfather was from italy and he teach me a little of italiano reading me books, i wish to learn more of this language but my granfather can't teach me anymore, that's why i join to this forum.
I don't know to speak perfect english :oops: so i sure made a lot of mistakes, but i will learn with the practice.

Thanks everyone to read this!
ciao
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isablu
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Post by isablu »

Ciao Depi, buona fortuna e benvenuto nel forum!

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Post by Peter »

Ciao Depi anche da me. Troveremo di aiutarti con sia italiano che inglese!! :D

We will try and help you with both Italian and English. :D
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Post by Roby »

Welcome Depi.... We are glad that you have joined us. We are a friendly and helpful bunch.
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Post by Fabio »

Siamo quasi coetanei ^_^
Ciao e benvenuto
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Re: Ciao! :D

Post by trocchietto »

Depi wrote:Hello everybody!
i am from argentina, have 17 years old, my grandfather was from italy and he teach me a little of italiano reading me books, i wish to learn more of this language but my granfather can't teach me anymore, that's why i join to this forum.
I don't know to speak perfect english :oops: so i sure made a lot of mistakes, but i will learn with the practice.

Thanks everyone to read this!
ciao
the mistakes are the only way to be more perfect. Ciao chica Benvenuta


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fiera
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Benvenuto

Post by fiera »

Spero che ti diverta qui. I membri sono molto amichevoli e interessanti.

Please feel free to write in Italian and we can help


Fiera
matchyg
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Post by matchyg »

Buongiorno come stai?

I have been learning Italian off CDs :D
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Post by Pompiere »

matchyg wrote:Buongiorno come stai?

I have been learning Italian off CDs :D
Ciao e benvenuti Dipi e Matchyg,

Questo posto e fantstico e la gente qui e' anche' molto simpatico. Matchyg, da quanto tempo studia con i Cd, e che tipo di CD sono ?

This place is very nice and the people here are also very nice. How long have you been studying the cd's, and what type are they.

A presto !
Rich
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Post by matchyg »

Pompiere wrote:
matchyg wrote:Buongiorno come stai?

I have been learning Italian off CDs :D
Ciao e benvenuti Dipi e Matchyg,

Questo posto e fantstico e la gente qui e' anche' molto simpatico. Matchyg, da quanto tempo studia con i Cd, e che tipo di CD sono ?

This place is very nice and the people here are also very nice. How long have you been studying the cd's, and what type are they.

A presto !
Rich
Earworms
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Un Bene Molto modo di imparare, e impressionante

A very good way to learn, and impressive :D
Pompiere
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Post by Pompiere »

matchyg wrote: Earworms
http://www.earwormslearning.com/set_earworms.php

Un Bene Molto modo di imparare, e impressionante :D
Grazie per il link ....

Just a few suggestions, and if I'm wrong my buddies here will set me straight.

Buono (good) instead of bene (well) and it would look like this ....

Let's just use "good" at first, and then very good.


Un buon modo di imparare, ed e' impressionante. Buono goes in front of the noun and drops its' o because it is in front of a male noun that begins with a consonat. And you are also asking what is ED for ???

In stead of using e e' (sounds like ey ey) and means "and is", they change the e used for and, into ed, because is sounds nicer. So it becomes ed e'.

Remember e = and ..... e' = is ..... ed e' = and is

And finally, if you wish to use "very good" buon goes back to buono and looks like this.

E' un modo molto buono di imparare , ed e' anche impressionante.

Hope that helps ....
A presto !!

Richard
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brindge
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Post by brindge »

Rich - that was great, in my opinion!! The only thing that I would change would be, that instead of:

E' un modo molto buono di imparare , ed e' anche impressionante

I would write:

E' un modo molto buono d'imparare , ed e' anche impressionante

This is because you have di (which ends w/a vowel) and imparare (which starts with a vowel) so you can use an apostrophe between the two and drop the i on di.

Hopefully that is correct...and if not, our Italian buddies can correct us.

Great job!!! :D :D

Barbara
Pompiere
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Post by Pompiere »

brindge wrote: E' un modo molto buono d'imparare , ed e' anche impressionante

Great job!!! :D :D sto impallidendo
Ciao li', (just a joke, like, hi there)

Gosh !!! Tu sei brava ..... Duh .... after 2 years do you think I would remember that ...:)

Got to go ...... Having a Christening here Sunday and I must finish painting our den. I took off from work today as did my wife, I better get back to work before she get's back from the store. I would have written that in Italian but the Christening would have been over by the time I finished ....

A presto !
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umberto
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Post by umberto »

Hola Depi,

¿qué tal? Sé que en Argentina viven muchos italianos… Nunca he visto tu país, ¡¡pero me gustaría!!
matchyg
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Post by matchyg »

Richard,

Gazie per assistenza.

Thank you for your help.

We drop some pronouns in Italian right?

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