Ciao Angelica! Io studio italiano nella scuola! Mi piace imparare italiano! In bocca al lupo~!
( In Bocca al Lupo, translated as 'In the wolf's mouth' is how you say Good Luck in Italian! When someone says 'In Bocca al Lupo' you respond with 'Crepi' which means 'May it die'. It sounds pretty depressing, but it's basically the italian version of telling someone to 'Break A Leg'- You don't really want them to get hurt and break their leg, you just mean good luck! And since in Italian you combine words with the same sounds, it's pronounced 'In Bocca Lupo.' Idioms )
Io sono studio italiano con Rosetta Stone troppo!
When [Rosetta Stone v] clicked repeat until <(Rosetta Stone) = (closed)> think [in Italian] say [stuff in Italian] end
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