10 June 2015

The art of speaking Italian

An Italian with broken shoulders automatically loses his power of speech!! Those grave “Si Si Si” just does not carry as well without the wild gesticulations with their shoulders and hands… 🙂



Posted June 10, 2015 by Rajib Roy in category "Vacations

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Tammi Gagne' Perry on

    I feel the same about Indians. They cannot speak without moving their head back and forth. I remember being very confused at first when I asked a yes/no question. LOL

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  2. By Vijay Ramchandran on

    Rajib, in Milan airport it struck me that if Italy could find a way to convert the typical Italian airport cell phone speaker’s hand gesticulations into energy, they would have the strongest economy in the EU

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  3. By Sumit Rao on

    While not a honeymoon trip, our first time in Rome, same two phrases as Shilpa. Worked like a charm over a week.

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  4. By Bijit Bose on

    On your other post, I was mentioning the old Italian Job film because it briefly shows some of the excellent landscapes of italy. You see, and you say “Sì, questo è il posto giusto.” (Google translate)

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  5. By Dipu Mukherjee on

    Stop criticizing and enjoy the beautiful romantic country…go get a drink with your beautiful wife…don’t u have date nights planned..?

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