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Buon Natale! I miei migliori auguri di una pronta guarigione. P. (il Codice di Avviamento Postale) Must-Know Tip In Italy the zip code is placed before the city’s name. Italy is divided into regions and provinces. Each province has a capoluogo di provincia (provincial capital). When the address indicates a city that is not the capital of the province, a two-letter acronym for that city is added in parentheses. ra Anna Grassi Via San Sepolcro 5 20146 Busto Arsizio (MI) Italian and Foreign Cities Città italiane ed estere Beijing Berlin Capetown Florence Geneva Genoa Jerusalem Lisbon London Milan Moscow Naples Paris Prague Rome Pechino Berlino Città del Capo Firenze (FI) Ginevra Genova (GE) Gerusalemme Lisbona Londra Milano (MI) Mosca Napoli (NA) Parigi Praga Roma (RM) CO M M U N I C AT I N G W I T H OT H E R S 13 Stockholm Turin Venice Warsaw Stoccolma Torino (TO) Venezia (VE) Varsavia Must-Know Tip Italian and English use the same spelling for many names of cities: Oslo, Sydney, Bordeaux, Rotterdam, Budapest.

L(a)’] Ungheria [l(a)’] Italia [il] Giappone [la] Giordania [il] Medio Oriente [la] Nuova Zelanda [la] Norvegia [l(o)’] Oceania [la] Spagna [la] Svezia [la] Svizzera i Paesi Bassi/[l(a)’] Olanda [la] Turchia gli Stati Uniti [d’America]/gli USA Populations and Languages Popoli e lingue accent American l(o)’accento americano Must-Know Tip Adjectives or nouns indicating populations and languages end mostly in -ano, -ana, -ani, and -ane (americano, americana, americani, americane); or in -ese, or - esi (francese, francesi).

Mi piace il gelato. Ice cream is good for you. Il gelato ti fa bene. make do Did you find the screwdriver? No, but I made do with a coin. manage/cope The test was very difficult, but I managed to pass it. memory mind I’d like to smoke a cigarette if you don’t mind. 34 MUST-KNOW ITALIAN arrangiarsi; rimediare Hai trovato il cacciavite? No, ma mi sono arrangiata con una monetina. cavarsela L’esame era molto difficile, ma sono riuscito a cavarmela. la memoria; il ricordo importare; dispiacere; la mente Vorrei fumare una sigaretta se non ti dispiace.

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