Italian Word of the Day

21 Nov

Italian Word of the Day for 11-21-2009

Good morning! Here’s your Word of the Day from Transparent Language.

Italian word: sbagliare
English translation: to be wrong
Part of speech: verb

Example sentence
Italian: Lei sbaglia: la Divina Commedia è stata scritta da Dante, non da Petrarca.
English: You are wrong: the Divine Comedy was written by Dante, not by Petrarch.
sound_icon_dkblue.jpg Hear native speaker sound + grammar notes
wotd_blogicon_italian.gifRecent Italian blog article:
Colloquial Italian – 1. Ecco

As many students of the Italian language have discovered, there is a big difference between the Italian learnt in a language class and everyday colloquial Italian. In fact many students suffer a serious blow to their confidence when, having diligently studied in their language class, they first set foot in Italia and come face to face with the natives…

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