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A badge to put on your page for those who can carry on a simple conversation in Italian. Before anyone asks, saying "PASTA!~" is not a proper Italian conversation.
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SoulEater-Lucifer's avatar
How can I put it on my side, an explernation thanks?
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AnimalHopes|Hobbyist General Artist
Ciao, SebastianTheDoki! Attualmente sto usando Google Translate, perché io non so più di tanto Hetalia, ma voglio dimostrare che io so dire PASTA non parla italiano. Allora, come stai?
((Just copy and paste onto Google Translate to see what it says))
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Hamsterfungus|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Indovina cosa?
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AnimalHopes|Hobbyist General Artist
I just realized I said Hetalia instead of Italian. My mistake! ^^"
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S7ernchen's avatar
S7ernchen|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Don't you have a "None Italian Language" button???
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Laufeyon's avatar
Laufeyon|Student Writer
No. Sorry. ^^;
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S7ernchen|Hobbyist Digital Artist
okaaay...no problem ^^
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Muslill|Hobbyist Artist
Imma use it o3o
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TheWolfsFirstWinter|Hobbyist General Artist
I would ask, who thinks saying "pasta" would be proper Italian...But then again there is always those people who would think that...ene
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AliceSacco| Digital Artist
Many think say randomly 'pasta' 'pizza' 'mamma mia' 'buonasera' 'salute' it's speaking italian.
In true no italian say randomly 'pasta' or 'pizza' (or 'lasagne' or 'spaghetti' or any other food)
'Salute' is used in certain contests and i never use it
'mamma mia' is an exclamation that I think is more used in the southern part of Italy. I use it sometimes, but I never heard anybody from the North to exclaim 'mamma mia' other than me.
Buonasera = Good evening.

Is also true that italian is extremely easy to learn. It's only problem is that is born for literature than for communication, so you need loads and loads of word to express better a concept, even if I try to use italian language in more simple way.
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Hamsterfungus|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
È ovio! XD 
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Laufeyon's avatar
Laufeyon|Student Writer
Many Hetalia fans think by saying "pasta" they know Italian. Italian, like many other languages, can take months and years of practice and studying to learn. That's something those fans don't understand, I suppose.
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TheWolfsFirstWinter|Hobbyist General Artist
I know, which is the sad part. It's one of the sad parts of being in the Hetalia fandom.
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Laufeyon|Student Writer
Indeed. That and the OTP UsUk and FrUk wars.... It's like the Twilight fandom all over again. :shrug:
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ShiroCup|Hobbyist General Artist
I don't found the expert one ;_; this is my main language, I'm Italian ^^
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Laufeyon|Student Writer
Oh. I'll make it right away. ^^
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ShiroCup|Hobbyist General Artist
Grazie mille n_n
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Laufeyon|Student Writer
Here you go: [link]
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