Category Archives: Grammar

Bizarre # 249

It is a French word used in English with an unusual pronunciation. If you are curious about the etymology, you should keep on reading. Continue reading

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Obsolete # 248

It’s a sad definition; “No longer in use”. Stay tuned. Continue reading

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Alcohol # 247

I know it’s Tuesday but because it feels like a Monday, we are going to discuss alcohol.

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Bello # 246

It means “Beautiful”, “Great”, “Handsome” etc. in Italian. But..there is a but. Stay here, be curious.. Continue reading

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Sheep and wolves #245

Sheep and wolves, “Pecore e lupi”. Don’t leave us, stay with us. Continue reading

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Magari! # 244

It’s one of the most common expressions in Italian. Like always, hang around. (Unless you won the Powerball..). Continue reading

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Fava beans #243

We don’t throw rocks at pigeons; we use fava beans.. Continue reading

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