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Trevor_M92
17-12-07, 23:09
Just curious because my friend who I know back in America is reading a very old book called "The Death" and was written by an Italian author, and I was wondering how do you say "The Death" in Italian just curious because I thought it might be cool to impress him and tell him by its actual italian name. :p

only Croft
17-12-07, 23:12
It's 'La Morte' (I'm almost almost sure of that). Hope he enjoys the book :wve:

raiderfun
17-12-07, 23:15
It's 'La Morte' (I'm almost almost sure of that). Hope he enjoys the book :wve:

Ditto ! :tmb:

Trevor_M92
17-12-07, 23:16
It's 'La Morte' (I'm almost almost sure of that). Hope he enjoys the book :wve:

Oh and one more thing do you know how to say the word "dealing" in Italian, and apple. Because I'm interested in learning Italian also.

RAID
17-12-07, 23:19
The Death = La Morte

Dealing = Fare Affari

Apple = Mela

Trevor_M92
17-12-07, 23:26
ok i need these words in italian:



-apple


-dealing


-tree


-store

xMiSsCrOfTx
17-12-07, 23:27
Gotta love TRF translations :D

nick-xx
17-12-07, 23:30
i think is faster if you use google translation for small words

Trevor_M92
17-12-07, 23:38
The Death = La Morte

Dealing = Fare Affari

Apple = Mela


Thanks a million! But one more question, for dealing, is 'fare affari' spaced or should they be put together like 'fareaffari'.

coolezpunk
17-12-07, 23:54
ok i need these words in italian:



-apple


-dealing


-tree


-store

Mela - Apple

Trattare - Dealing

Albero - Tree

Negozio - Store

Good luck! :tmb:

RAID
18-12-07, 08:57
Thanks a million! But one more question, for dealing, is 'fare affari' spaced or should they be put together like 'fareaffari'.
No space, or could also be Trattare like mentioned above ^

As an example:

English: I'm not dealing with him.
Italian1: Non faro affari con lui.
Italian2: Non trattero con lui.