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garnersg27
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Need italian translation

Post by garnersg27 »

How would you say "God Heard" in italian?
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Re: Need italian translation

Post by maelström »

garnersg27 wrote:How would you say "God Heard" in italian?
Please provide some context.
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Re: Need italian translation

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garnersg27 wrote:How would you say "God Heard" in italian?
Hi garnersg27,

We don't get upset if you say something like "hello, hi, goodmorning.....please, thanks, I appreciate.....".

There is a section for the "new entry" : it's "Mi presento". Please write something about you there :)

Maelstrom is totally right. Context make the difference.

Thanks and welcome

Luca
Italians don't know what Caesar salad is !!
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Post by garnersg27 »

Hello. I'm very sorry I'm on the internet on my cell phone and is hard to set up a profile. And my name is Samuel, which means God Heard. In the bible, Samuel's mother asked God for a son. God heard her and gave her Samuel. Thank you for your help.
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garnersg27 wrote:God heard her and gave her Samuel.
Literally: Dio ha ascoltato.
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umberto
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Post by umberto »

garnersg27 wrote:Hello. I'm very sorry I'm on the internet on my cell phone and is hard to set up a profile. And my name is Samuel, which means God Heard. In the bible, Samuel's mother asked God for a son. God heard her and gave her Samuel. Thank you for your help.
I would say:



Dio l'ascoltò e le dette Samuele

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