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What is 'nanny' when translated from English to Italian?
Bambinaia and, more informally, tata are Italian equivalents of the English word "nanny." The feminine singular nouns respectively translate as "babysitter," "nanny" or "nursemaid" (case 1) or as "child-minder" or "nanny" (example 2). The respective pronunciations will be "BAM-bee-NEYE-a" and "TA-ta" in Pisan Italian.
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Tradurre in inglese is an Italian equivalent of 'Translate to English'. The infinitive 'tradurre' means 'to translate'.* The preposition 'in' means 'in, into, to'. The ma…sculine adjective/noun 'inglese' means 'English'. Together, they're pronounced 'trah-DOOR-reh ee-neen-GLEH-seh'. *The infinitive may be used instead of an imperative since there are four command forms to choose from for the second person 'you' in Italian. There are two command forms for the singular form 'you' : one with the informal 'tu' and another with the formal 'Lei' . There likewise are two command forms for the plural form 'you all' : one with the informal 'voi' and another with the formal 'Loro' . Traduca all'inglesi
Tradurre is an Italian equivalent of the English word "to translate." Specifically, the Italian word is a verb. It is the present form of the infinitive. The pronunciation… is "trah-DOOR-reh."
"Are you Italian?" in English is Tu sei Italiana? to afemale, Tu sei Italiano? to a male, Voi sieteItaliani? to an all-male or mixed female and male group, and Voi siete… Italiane? to an all-female group in Italian.
"Italians (females, women)" is a literal English equivalent of theItalian word italiane . The pronunciation of the feminineplural noun will be "EE-ta-LYA-ney" in Italian.
Traduzione dall'italiano all'inglese is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Italian to English translation." The prepositional phrase translates literally into Engli…sh as "translation from the Italian to the English." The pronunciation will be "TRA-doo-TSYO-ney dal-LEE-ta-LYA-no al-leen-GLEY-zey" in Italian.
Traduzione dall'italiano ad inglese is an Italian equivalent of 'Italian-English translation'. In the word by word translation, the feminine gender noun 'traduzione' means …'translation'. Its definite article is 'la' ['the'], and its indefinite 'una' ['a, one']. The preposition/definite article 'dallo' * means 'from the'. The masculine adjective/noun 'italiano' means 'Italian'. The preposition 'ad' means 'to'. The masculine adjective/noun 'inglese' means 'English'. The phrase is pronounced trah-doo-TSYOH-nay dahl-lee-tah-LYAH-no ah-deen-GLEH-say'. *The vowel 'o' is dropped, because of the beginning vowel 'i' of the following word. The temporary nature of the drop is indicated by the apostrophe.
"Italian" in English is italiano in Italian.
"I am Italian" in English means Sono italiana for a femaleand Sono italiano for a male in Italian.
"Translate English into Italian" in English is Traduca l'inglesein italiano in Italian.
"An Italian" in English means un italiano in the masculineand un'italiana in the feminine in Italian.
"How is your Italian?" in English is Com'Ã¨ il tuo Italiano? in Italian.
"Italian restaurant" in English is ristorante italiano inItalian.
Il Renascimento italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "the Italian Renaissance." The masculine singular phrase most famously represents achievements in arch…itecture, literature, music, painting, philosophy, poetry, science, and sculpture whose realization peaked throughout Italy, but especially in the peninsular north, during the sixteenth century. The pronunciation will be "eel rey-NA-shee-MEN-to EE-ta-LYA-no" in Italian.
In italiano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "in Italian." The prepositional phrase models a difference between the two languages whereby Italian does not capit…alize the names of languages even though English does. The pronunciation will be "ee-NEE-ta-LYA-no" in Italian.
"I am not Italian!" in English is Io non sono italiano! inItalian.
Sono inglese is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I am English." The present indicative verb and feminine/masculine adjective/noun may be preceded by the subject p…ronoun io ("I") for emphasis. The pronunciation will be "SO-no een-GLEY-sey" in Italian.