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A tipical tuscan family

An ordinary situation in a tuscan farmer family :) talking the typical dialect.

Comunisti/Communists

A film shot in Valdarno, Tuscany, in 2008. Interviews with former members of the Italian Communist Party. Italian (or rather Tuscan dialect) with English Sub...

A short video on Italian Dialects

This is project 1 of 2 for my class that literally took up my entire social life and sleeping schedule -.- hence the giant lack of videos! So sit back and en...

How to Pronounce Petrarchan

Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) World English Dictionary Petrarch (ˈpɛtrɑːk) Italian name Francesco Petrarca. 1304--74, Italian lyric poet and...

How to Pronounce Non-tuscan

Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) Tuscan /ˈtʌskən/ [tuhs-kuhn] adjective 1.of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Tuscany, its people, or their...

Polish people in the Italian film " Giallo"

Our work which we did to show the Tuscan dialect.

How to Pronounce Tuscan

Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) Tuscan /ˈtʌskən/ [tuhs-kuhn] adjective 1.of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Tuscany, its people, or their...

Los Explosivos + White Pagoda + The Cogs @ Dinner...

Los Explosivo are learning tuscan dialect.

How to Pronounce Petrarch

Learn how to say Petrarch correctly with EmmaSaying's "how do you pronounce" free tutorials. Definition of Petrarch (oxford dictionary): noun Italian name Fr...

Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy is an epic poem written by Dante Alighieri between c. 1308 and his death in 1321. It is widely considered the pre-eminent work of Italian l...

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1 news items

 
Buffalo News
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 03:41:15 -0700

And “Italians” today consider Sicilian as the language of the poor and ignorant, even though it was the first Romance language, which preceded the Tuscan dialect now considered official “Italian.” Most Americans of “Italian” descent are the offspring ...
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