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Old June 11, 2008, 02:27 PM
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Could you please tell me these words in Italian: key, son, father, mother, well(pozo), moon, castle, horse, man, woman, sun, Monday, Wednesday, Sunday, week? I'm helping my daughter with her homework and we have to translate these words into lots of different languages...
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Could you please tell me these words in Italian: key, son, father, mother, well(pozo), moon, castle, horse, man, woman, sun, Monday, Wednesday, Sunday, week? I'm helping my daughter with her homework and we have to translate these words into lots of different languages...
key = chiave
son = figlio
father = padre
well(pozo) = posso
moon = luna
castle = castello
horse = cavallo
man = uomo
woman = donna
sun = sole
Monday = lunedì
Wednesday = mercoledì
Sunday = domenica
week = domani
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Old June 12, 2008, 12:27 AM
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Ma domani non è week, ma tomorrow.
Week è settimana.
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Gracias. He tenido que traducir esas palabras a gallego, sueco, euskera,latín, catalán,alemán, portugués, asturiano... Me pregunto para qué les sirve eso. El profe lo sabrá... Nunca en mi vida había visto tantos diccionarios de internet.
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Ma domani non è week, ma tomorrow.
Week è settimana.
Sei corretto, Alfonso.
Avevo fatto una volta prima lo stesso sbaglio.
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Are you saying that domani means tomorrow and not week?

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Alfonso,

Are you saying that domani means tomorrow and not week?

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Yes, he is. I was wrong.
domani = tomorrow

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No problem......you know I have been trying to learn very basic Italian and I remember hearing domani = tomorrow. But thinking maybe I was mistaken. This is why I was asking.

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No problem......you know I have been trying to learn very basic Italian and I remember hearing domani = tomorrow. But thinking maybe I was mistaken. This is why I was asking.

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I was in a real hurry when I posted, and the wrong word came crashing through. That wasn't the first time I've used it incorrectly, though. I need to keep thinking seven, setti, settimana.
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