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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Di che colore sono i tuoi capelli? What color is your hair?

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Thursday at 08:36 AM
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Hi Catherine F Mitchell,


Thank you for posting and for your feedback.

"Dishevelled" is also a good translation for "spettinati."

Keep up the good work,


Ofelia

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Catherine F Mitchell
Friday at 04:48 AM
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You said ruffled? for spettinati. Possibly that's an expression used in the U.K., but I have never heard it in English. We would say dissheveled or just messy. And, you completely ignored capelli ricci e lisci.


I enjoy the lessons. Keep up the good work!

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Friday at 09:14 AM
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Ciao Phil,


Thank you for the tip! :thumbsup:

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Keep up the good work!


Ofelia

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Phil
Thursday at 04:23 AM
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Yes, I do use the lesson notes while listening. It helps me to pronounce the words properly.

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Tuesday at 08:56 AM
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Hi Melissa,


Please type informally :smile:

"Lira" was the old Italian currency.

5 euros would be around 6 America dollars.


Grazie e ciao!

Ofelia

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Melissa
Saturday at 10:23 AM
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How much would 5 euros be in American dollars? I am not sure how to convert. And what is lire?

Arrivederci!

P.S. when I leave comments, should I type formally or informally? Just in case, Ciao!

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Monday at 12:29 AM
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Ciao Luca!


Grazie,sei cosรฌ gentile:grin:!

Thank you, you are so nice!

"Cosรฌ" is an adverb and it can be translated as "so", "such", "thus" or "in this manner", "this way".

You can use it with an adjective (as in the first phrase) or with a verb (e.g. "Va bene cosรฌ", "It is ok (this way)").


Grazie, ciao!

Ofelia

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Luca Deon
Saturday at 10:49 PM
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Ciao! Another great lesson!

Please can someone give me a good definition of 'cosรฌ'


Grazie, e ciao ciao! :grin:


~Luca

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Tuesday at 06:47 PM
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Hi Edmar,

just notice : Ho i capelli neri e corti. When describing body parts try to use an article.

A presto,

Chiara

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Edmar
Tuesday at 12:15 AM
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Ho capelli neri e corti.