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Vignesh C V 14h
Happy Birthday Thalaivaaaaa
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Sons and Daughters of Italy (OSDIA) 13h
Were residents perhaps infected but didn’t show symptoms? Was it something genetic? Or just plain luck?
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hugo_oli 10h
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Sons and Daughters of Italy (OSDIA) 19h
One of Italy's many natural wonders is The Scala dei Turchi, translating to the "Turkish staircase"
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TheBossRoss 🇪🇺 🧶 ❄ 4h
An Italian teacher explains why his language is music: : (der) Landsknecht - 2 vowels - 9 consonants : (il) lanzichenecco - 5 vowels - 8 consonants
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Turin Epicurean Aug 4
Happy amici! Have you seen our last on youtube or igtv? It's all about the summer vocab in 🇮🇹 you'll also find an interview with founder who produces 🥂 and 🍷
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ShawnCarla_IFBBPro Aug 4
Is it even a drink if you don’t use both hands? @ La Trattoria
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Sons and Daughters of Italy (OSDIA) Aug 4
Francis Ford Coppola, is offering the chance to drink his wine and discuss his classic films.
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Akshaye Rathi / अक्षय राठी 19h
Replying to @akshayerathi
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Daily Italian Words Aug 2
Parola del giorno / Word of the day: Presto (early / soon / quick / easy) More info + pronunciation: Mi alzo presto al mattino. = I get up early in the morning.
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Vic DiBitetto 19h
Ticked Off Vic: Italian Hurricane Model. 😡. Subscribe to my channel below to see the full video ➡️ and don't forget to LIKE the video and click on the bell.
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Sons and Daughters of Italy (OSDIA) Aug 2
Thousands of unmarried couples all over the world have been impacted by the pandemic outbreak.
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Sons and Daughters of Italy (OSDIA) Aug 1
Saturday Spotlight! Tony Bennett (b. 1926) has had a long career as a crooner, recording over 70 albums and winning 20 Grammys
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razz Jul 31
PizZa pie from arby's diner . Quite delisicoes 😋 ball specoal!
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Daily Italian Words Aug 2
Frase della settimana / Phrase of the week: Buona serata! (Have a nice evening!) To find out more about this phrase and hear the pronunciation, visit:
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Sons and Daughters of Italy (OSDIA) Aug 4
Some pasta shapes, like lasagne, can be traced back centuries, while others, were invented in the modern era
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Judy Cohen Aug 1
Normally on Saturday I post from an photo-story, but the blog is taking our August pausa. students: see our past cineracconti & grammar exercises about movies >> The blog returns Sept. 5 w/ TWENTY-FOUR EYES in !
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The Language Garage Italian Aug 4
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Vincent Di Virgilio Aug 2
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Best Market Aug 2
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