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Italian proverbs, part 5

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This blog post is the fifth in my series of articles on Italian proverbs. As in the previous ones, I will go through some Italian proverbs in alphabetical order, one proverb per letter. For each proverb, I’ll give the English translation, including the English equivalent of the proverb (when available), and its meaning.

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Italian proverbs, part 2

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Proverbs tell much about the mentality of a people and can be a good way to practice the language, too. Not long ago, I’ve started a series of posts on Italian proverbs. This is the second one, again offering a proverb for (almost) every letter of the alphabet. You can also read my first post on Italian proverbs. Ready? Let’s start!

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Italian proverbs

Hi everyone!

I’ve decided to start a series of posts on Italian proverbs. Proverbs are an important part of a language and a culture; they are passed down from one generation to the next, and reveal much about a people’s way of thinking. In each post I will mention a proverb for (almost) every letter of the alphabet. Ready? Let’s start!

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