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Il Angolo dell'Italia!

Postby ILuvEire » Thu 30 Apr 2009 8:57 am

Benvenuto al angolo dell'Italia! Possiamo ciatare della lingua italiana, e la tutta dell'Italia! :) Ho studiato italiano per molto tempo, ma non sono correntemente (adesso :lol: )! Ancora, posso aiutare vi! Vi piaciete le musiche italiane? Ci sono molta opera italiana, e molta musica pop (ma mi non piaccio pop).

Welcome to the Italian corner! We can talk about italian, and everything about Italy! :) I've studied Italian for a long time, but I'm not fluent (now :lol: )! Still, I can help you! Do you like Italian music? There are a lot of Italian operas, and a lot of pop (but I don't like pop).
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Re: Il Angolo dell'Italia!

Postby Sym » Sun 31 May 2009 2:10 pm

Sono la sola Italiana nel forum?
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Re: Il Angolo dell'Italia!

Postby r_howie » Sun 31 May 2009 3:19 pm

Sym wrote:Sono la sola Italiana nel forum?

No! Ti ringrazio per la domanda. :)
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Re: Il Angolo dell'Italia!

Postby Sym » Sun 31 May 2009 3:32 pm

:lol: ha ok
Ciao, piacere di conoscerti ^_^
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Re: Il Angolo dell'Italia!

Postby Sushika » Thu 16 Jul 2009 8:42 pm

Sym wrote:Sono la sola Italiana nel forum?


Presente all'appello! Sono un fiero abruzzese. Pensavo effettivamente di essere l'unico qui su Omniglot. Il mondo è piccolo! :D
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OPA ?

Postby joed » Sun 24 Jan 2010 8:42 pm

While on holiday in Italy, I saw several monuments in cathedral grounds with the caption "OPA" on them.
I could not find what this meant. Even the Italians I asked did not know what it meant. (They are probably not memorials to German grandfathers!).
The best I could think of was something along the lines of "Ora Pro ?"
Can anyone help me with this?
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Re: OPA ?

Postby r_howie » Fri 05 Feb 2010 1:24 am

joed wrote:While on holiday in Italy, I saw several monuments in cathedral grounds with the caption "OPA" on them.
I could not find what this meant. Even the Italians I asked did not know what it meant. (They are probably not memorials to German grandfathers!).
The best I could think of was something along the lines of "Ora Pro ?"
Can anyone help me with this?

My best guess is that it stands for opera, referring to the commissioning by the Church. See also:
http://www.icvbc.cnr.it/bivi/schede/Tos ... biagio.htm
http://www.toscanaoggi.it/notizia_3.php ... egoria=260
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Re: Il Angolo dell'Italia!

Postby Jarhead » Sun 03 Oct 2010 9:35 pm

Mi aggiungo alla lista degli Italiani ^^''
Ciao a tutti :) Specialmente ai miei connazionali :)
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