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MyDailyPhrase Italian: Lesson 050

Learn Italian step by step, day by day, phrase by phrase. Today’s podcast teaches you to deal with the situation where you’ve arrived at your destination but your luggage hasn’t. Spend 5 minutes each day with us and gain confidence in speaking Italian within our 20-week course. You can automatically
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    1 Response to "Lesson 050: Week 10, Friday"

    • Sylvia Fuster

      Hello Mark,
      Today’s lesson brought a smile with the phrase, il mio bagalio e` stato rubato.
      In English, my familiarity with the word rubato deals with musical terms. Now every time I come upon the term in music, I will certainly know that it literally means ‘stolen time’. This of course started me thinking about all the other Italian words that come up in music, like, staccato, legato, lontano, allegro, moderato, etc…. and many more.
      Lessons are great!

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