Here are some links on strange / weird Italian expressions or idioms or sayings:
STRANGE / WEIRD ITALIAN EXPRESSIONS OR IDIOMS OR SAYINGS
- Six Italian Idioms You Can Learn Today – ". . .But don’t let them fool you. The Italian language, in all of its flowery, sing-song wonder, has its fair share of incomprehensible expressions.But don’t let them fool you. The Italian language, in all of its flowery, sing-song wonder, has its fair share of incomprehensible expressions. - See more at: http://mybellavita.com/2008/10/six-italian-expressions-and-idioms/#sthash.iTRLRASl.dpufBut don’t let them fool you. The Italian language, in all of its flowery, sing-song wonder, has its fair share of incomprehensible expressions. - See more at: http://mybellavita.com/2008/10/six-italian-expressions-and-idioms/#sthash.iTRLRASl.dpuf" – Friday, October 10th, 2008 – blogger: Cherrye Moore – Source: My Bella Vita – "Calabria: Take the Toe by the Horns!"
- Strange tongues let loose – "With rich language and expressive people, it should come as no surprise that italian is full of interesting sayings. What better way to pepper a conversation than drop in an italian expression here and there? Here are a few to get you in the mood." – Source: beyond toscano – "Italians on Italians"
- Top 10: Weird Italian expressions – "" – Source: The Local – "Italy's News in English" – "Italy edition"
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- “Boh!?”… And Other Perfect Italian Words & Phrases That Don’t Translate Well – [Sunday] Apr 25, 2010 – Posted by michael – about blog: Michael & Paola Kovnick – Source: Found in the culturediscovery vacations blog section of culturediscovery™ vacations – "Travel is not about what you see, but rather what you experience. So come with us and get away from the crowds and tourist traps and discover the REAL Italy on one of our all-inclusive Cooking, Culinary & Wine Vacations. Live life in Tuscany, The Amalfi Coast, Barolo, Umbria or Sicily like a local Italian. Our vacations are all about fun, laughter and a sense of family. We immerse you into the warm and friendly Italian culture at every opportunity. You will discover Italy among the Italians, rather than being wrapped in a crowd of other tourists. This wonderful and warm Italian experience is what makes it the trip of a lifetime. Discover what makes us so special... and get ready to become a part of our extended family!"
- Italian Expressions – "Ready to study? Start with flashcards" – [NOTE: This link has a "Sound clip". Please turn on the speakers on your PC.] – Source: Quizlet – "Simple tools that let you study anything, for free"
- Italian idiomatic expressions – "" – Source: Italian Tutorial – "Italian lessons! 60 easy Italian lessons! Learn Italian is fashionable and easy!"
- An Interesting Italian Word: Furbo – December 23, 2007 – by Alex Roe – Source: ITALY chronicles – "The Italy You Don't Know" – "all about the Italy you don't know - news, politics, views, analysis, travel, food and more. Discover sides of Italy others don't always write about in English. "
- List of expressions which use Italian subjunctive form – "Below is a list of expressions which require the subjunctive form after them:" – Source: One World Italiano – "Learn Italian Online"
- Sayings and expressions – "10 Reasons to Fall in Love with the Italian Language (Part 1)" – February 24, 2011 – Dianne Hales – Source: Found in the blog: Becoming Italian Word by Word section of La Bella Lingua – "Celebrating Italy's language, people, history, food, traditions and culture"
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