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August 04, 2007


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I like the two sayings. ;-)



Your recipes definitely ho l'acquolina in bocca!!!I will keep practicing my pronunciation!!!

Simona Carini

Glad you like the expressions, Paz.
Hi Valli: I hope the recording will help you practice.


e in america c'è un'espressione analoga?


It's so much fun learning these phrases, Simona. Coffee next week?


Ciao Francesca. Qui di dice che qualcosa 'makes my mouth water' ma non e' un'espressione molto comune. E si dice che qualcosa 'is mouthwatering' ma anche questa espressione non la sento spesso. Grazie per avermi fatto conoscere Miti' Vigliero.
Hi Christine: I am glad you are having fun. Any time will be great: let's email.

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