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ItalianPod101.com
Sunday at 6:30 pm
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Hey listeners! Are there any words you didn't know before getting this list? Write them down here!

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ItalianPod101.com
Thursday at 12:31 am
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Hi Doug,


"Giornata" is used:

- to talk about what happens during the time from morning to evening:

Una giornata noiosa = A boring day.

Ti auguro una buona giornata = I wish you a good day

Com'รจ andata la giornata? = How was your day?


- in some epressions:

in giornata = within the end of the day

bella/brutta giornata = good/bad day

giornata lavorativa = working day


- to refer to the weather:

giornata piovosa/soleggiata/ventosa = rainy/sunny/windy day


Hope this helps!

Valentina

Team ItalianPod101.com


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Doug
Saturday at 12:39 pm
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What is the difference between "giorno" and "giornata"? I see them used interchangeably.