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Italian Grammar: Italian-English False Cognates http://takelessons.com/blog/italian-grammar-cognates-z09?utm_source=social&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=pinterest

Italian Grammar: Italian-English False Cognates http://takelessons.com/blog/italian-grammar-cognates-z09?utm_source=social&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=pinterest

Learning Italian Language ~ Tell somebody to get lost

Learning Italian Language ~ Tell somebody to get lost

Italian / English idiom: to know like the back of one's hand

Italian / English idiom: to know like the back of one's hand

Learning Italian Language

Learning Italian Language

Italian / English idiom: to have one's head in the clouds

Italian / English idiom: to have one's head in the clouds

British vs. American words. For the record, some of these may overlap, though (I'm American and I sometimes say sofa, pavement, chocolate bar, and traffic light, for instance).

British vs. American words. For the record, some of these may overlap, though (I'm American and I sometimes say sofa, pavement, chocolate bar, and traffic light, for instance).

Italian / English idiom: actions speak louder than words

Italian / English idiom: actions speak louder than words

English / Italian idiom: To waste one's breath

English / Italian idiom: To waste one's breath

Italian / English idiom: to chew the fat

Italian / English idiom: to chew the fat

Learning Italian Language ~ Italian / English idiom: to feast one's eyes on something

Learning Italian Language ~ Italian / English idiom: to feast one's eyes on something