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Tricky Italian Verbs

firmare to sign schiacciare to squash porre to put/place/set porgere to hand/offer girare to turn partecipare to participate/share trascurare to neglect percuotere to strike/beat/hit figgere to fix/fasten giurare to swear pigiare to squeeze gestire to manage/administrate imbucare to post/mail a letter giacere to lie gustare to enjoy/relish glorificare to glorify/praise premere to press/be urgent patire […]

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Italian Pronominal Verbs List

accòrgersene to realize it, to notice something andàrsene to go away approfittàrsene to take advantage of something or somebody aspettàrsela to expect something avércela ( con qualcuno) to be mad at someone bàttersela to beat it buggeràrsene not to give a damn cavàrsela to get by chièderselo to ask oneself curàrsene to take care of […]

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Italian verbs starting with ‘D’

Danneggiare To damage (ruin) Danzare To dance Dare To give Datare Decidere Declinare Decodificare Dedurre Definire Delegare

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Italian verbs – Essere Passato Remoto

Fui I was fosti you were fu He/she/it was fummo we were foste you (plural) were furono They were

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grammar 1 – Italian

noun person, place or thing compound noun nouns modified by another noun or adjective ex. toothpaste proper noun a name of a person place or organization spelled with initial capital letters collective noun a name which the singular denotes a collection pronoun a word that can function as a noun that refers to a participant […]

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Italian Special Uses Of The Future

… ò, … ai, … à … emo … ete, … anno. The final e of the infinitive is dropped and the endings are added to the stem. In the case of ‘are’ verbs the ‘a’ is changed to ‘e’ and then the ending is attached. Quanto tempo resterai in Italia? Faremo una tappa in […]

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Vcab3 – Italian

Anonymity noun noun: anonymity the condition of being anonymous. “most people who agreed to talk requested anonymity” lack of outstanding, individual, or unusual features; impersonality. “the anonymity of big city life definitely has its advantages” Awry adverb & adjective away from the appropriate, planned, or expected course; amiss. “many youthful romances go awry” synonyms:amiss, wrong; […]

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JOU2005 – Italian

noun person, place, thing, idea (love) adjective modifies or describes a noun or pronoun verb indicates action or being adverb modifies a verb, adj, or another verb pronoun substitutes for a noun antecedent the preceding word to which a pronoun points article signals a noun the, a indefinite article a definite article the Malia is […]

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GMAT SC – Italian

In sentence correct. The first option (A) is always the same as the underlined part What is the sentence correction strategy (1) read the prompt carefully, noting meaning, noticing any problems (2) scan answers looking for differences among the answer (3) eliminate choices in groups, based on problems they have in common (4) when you […]

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Geography – Europe – Iberian, Italian, & Balkan

question Iberian Peninsula answer The ______ is the peninsula that is made up of Spain and Portugal question Spain, Portugal answer _____ (larger) and _____ (smaller) make up the Iberian Peninsula question Strait of Gibraltar answer The _____ separates the Iberian Peninsula from Africa question Pyrenees answer The _____ mountains separate the Iberian Peninsula from […]

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Japanese Family

haha okaasan mother chichi otoosan father rioshin gorioshin parents ani oniisan older brother ane oneesan older sister otooto otootosan younger brother imooto imootosan younger sister shujin goshujin husband tsuma okusan wife sofu ojiisan grandfather sobo obaasan grandmother oji ojisan uncle oba obasan aunt mago omagosan grandchild itoko itoko cousin oi oigosan nephew mei meigosan niece […]

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Test Answers on Medieval Japan

clan group of families related by blood or marriage constitution written plan of government animism belief that all natural things are alive and have their own spirits shrine holy place Jimmu Yamato leader who took the title “emperor of heaven” Shotuku Yamato prince who took charge of Japan on behalf of his aunt, Suiko. Regions: […]

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The Japanese Invasion of Manchuria and the response of the League of Nations.

Why did Japan need to invade China? 1. The Wall St Crash sent the US economy into depression. 2. To protect the US economy, the government imposed import tariffs 3. Between 1929 and 1931 the Japanese economic production fell by 30%. 4. Japan could not import enough food because they had no money How was […]

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Japan – Japanese

Shogun Hereditary commander-in-chief in feudal Japan. Because of the military power concentrated in his hands and the weakness of the emperor, he was regarded as the real ruler of the country until feudalism was abolished in 1867. chief military commanders from about the 8th century a.d. to the end of the 12th century, then applied […]

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SS Quiz: Japan Geography

In what two ways might the seas have influenced Japan’s history? – Provides food – Seas separate it from the mainland – Isolated and protected from invaders – Trade usually done through inland sea – Access to maritime trade – It is a homogenous society (where people share a common ethnic and cultural background). About […]

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Japan and US Final

Japan’s first constitution was attributed to Prince Shotoku Japan’s first emperor was Jimmu Christians were persecuted and crucified in Japan under the rule of Hideyoshi Leading the revolt against Tokugawa were the daimyo from Satsuma and Choshu The Tokugawa Shogun based his power on Control of 1/4 of the nation’s rice crop and military capability […]

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Chapter 8: Japan (Study Guide)

Japanese people lived on coastal plains because most of Japan has mountainous slopes that are difficult to live on and farm. Why was Japan isolated from Korea and China in ancient times? Japans islands location separated it from other people in Asia. Because of the geography of their country, the diet of Japanese people consists […]

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Ages in Japanese from 1 to 20 years old in Romaji

one year old issai two years old nisai three years old sansai four years old yonsai five years old gosai six years old rokusai seven years old nanasai eight years old hassai nine years old kyuusai ten years old jussai eleven years old juuissai twelve years old juunisai thirteen years old juusansai fourteen years old […]

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Medieval Japan

Japan has mountainous slopes that are difficult to live on and farm. Why did Japanese people live on coastal plains? Japan’s proximity to China, visits from Chinese citizens, and eagerness from Japan’s rulers What supported the spread of Chinese culture in Japan? noble women Who wrote many of the great works of early Japanese literature? […]

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under the blood red sun japanese hawaiian words

haole white person kimpatsu blonde kuso swear word hana-kuso booger gamman patients furoshiki traditional wrapping cloth katana sword butsudan altar sake wine itadakimasu lets eat gochisoh-sama done eating li-na good aku skipjack tuna noio seabirds ahi yellowfin tuna bento lunch musubi sticky rice wrapped in seaweed with ume ume a small red pickled plum shoyu […]

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Japanese Classroom Instruction

I have a question Shitsumon ga arimasu Please say that again Moo ichido onegai shimasu I don’t understand Wakarimasen I understood Wakarimashita Please wait a moment Chotto matte kudasai How do you say book in Japanese? Book wa Nihongo de nan to iimasu ka. You say hon Hon to iimasu Please close your book Hon […]

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