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#Nutella festeggia le Mamme

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#Nutella festeggia i Papà

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#Nutella festggia le Donne

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I was talking about this tonight with a fellow translator: the Aperol spritz, one of the most famous Italian cocktails for the #aperitivo. So here is a picture of it! Not too strong and really refreshing. Aperitivo time! :) #Italian

I was talking about this tonight with a fellow translator: the Aperol spritz, one of the most famous Italian cocktails for the #aperitivo. So here is a picture of it! Not too strong and really refreshing. Aperitivo time! :) #Italian

'Domenica' is the Italian word for 'Sunday', the day of rest by tradition. To wish somebody a good Sunday, here is the expression used in Italian.

'Domenica' is the Italian word for 'Sunday', the day of rest by tradition. To wish somebody a good Sunday, here is the expression used in Italian.

Ferragosto, or Assumption Day, is an Italian national holiday celebrated on August 15. Traditionally, Ferragosto marks the start of Italy's vacation period so if you're in a city during the second half of August, you may find a number of restaurants and shops closed for vacation and everyone lying on the beach. But you will also find plenty of interesting things to do on this day: various celebrations including music, food, parades, and fireworks.

Ferragosto, or Assumption Day, is an Italian national holiday celebrated on August 15. Traditionally, Ferragosto marks the start of Italy's vacation period so if you're in a city during the second half of August, you may find a number of restaurants and shops closed for vacation and everyone lying on the beach. But you will also find plenty of interesting things to do on this day: various celebrations including music, food, parades, and fireworks.

All the Secrets of Mortadella: Italian Pink Delight | ITALY Magazine

All the Secrets of Mortadella: Italian Pink Delight | ITALY Magazine

Fluffy ice cream

Fluffy ice cream

As I have just come back from one, the word for today is 'mercato' (market) where you can find 'frutta' (fruit), 'verdura' (vegetables) or 'abiti' (clothes). The one in the picture dates back 1929 and it was held in the main 'piazza' (square). Some expressions? 'A buon mercato' (lit. 'at good market') means cheap/inexpensive, 'mercato all'aperto' (street market) and 'mercato delle pulci' (flea market).

As I have just come back from one, the word for today is 'mercato' (market) where you can find 'frutta' (fruit), 'verdura' (vegetables) or 'abiti' (clothes). The one in the picture dates back 1929 and it was held in the main 'piazza' (square). Some expressions? 'A buon mercato' (lit. 'at good market') means cheap/inexpensive, 'mercato all'aperto' (street market) and 'mercato delle pulci' (flea market).

When a dog wants to ask you out he fetes something speshial like a rose

When a dog wants to ask you out he fetes something speshial like a rose

Caprese sfiziosa con salsa all'origano

Caprese sfiziosa con salsa all'origano

'Benvenuti' means 'Welcome' in Italian! It's in the plural form and masculine as this is the genre to be used when addressing a group of people composed of both men and women. For example, you can use it in the phrase: 'Benvenuti a tutti!" meaning 'Welcome everybody!'

'Benvenuti' means 'Welcome' in Italian! It's in the plural form and masculine as this is the genre to be used when addressing a group of people composed of both men and women. For example, you can use it in the phrase: 'Benvenuti a tutti!" meaning 'Welcome everybody!'

Tradicionalni italijanski slatki hleb  kolomba

Tradicionalni italijanski slatki hleb kolomba

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