8 Italian Words We Should Be Using in English @Babbel

My relative unfamiliarity is not the only obstacle to the compilation of a list of favorite words – there are simply so many wonderful ones in Italian. I know, I know, there are in every language. But Italian just rolls off the tongue, winks at your cochlea and tonotopically tickles your inner ear. A colleague of mine recently commented, “Italian even sounds stunning when you’re saying something unpleasant”.

So I’m spoilt for choice, but hopefully not by it. Here goes.

1. Allora (conjunction) – Then, so

My favorite Italian words, like chiacchierone and mozzafiato, are sonorous, playful and really fun to say!

See all words @ 8 Italian Words We Should Be Using in English – Babbel.com

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