Buongiorno!

rab

rab

Buongiorno!

Hi, I was wondering whether we could have a place on the forum where we can practice our Italian and all posts have to be in Italian? Just an idea

Buongiorno to you too, Rab! And while we're on the topic, you may notice that in our course material we often break up this common Italian greeting for "good day" and "good morning" to _buon giorno_. The reason for this is so it is easier to learn, as you can see the two parts: 1) buon = good 2) giorno = day It is more common for Italians to write it as one word (as you do here), but either way is correct. And, of course, it sounds exactly the same when you say it... BUON GIORNO! Regards RocketItalian

[quo]*Quote from * TomItaly Hi, I was wondering whether we could have a place on the forum where we can practice our Italian and all posts have to be in Italian? Just an idea[/quo] hi TomItaly, They have added a 'Conversazione in Italiano' section, which is where we write posts in Italian. I think they just added it (wasn't there when I first logged in, but I imagine it's all still getting started). Laters, Eli

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