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Post time 10-3-2007 10:20 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
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Post time 11-3-2007 09:29 AM | Show all posts
Memang blom ada...


Ada ke cikgu yg boleh ajar kat forum ni?
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 Author| Post time 12-3-2007 11:15 PM | Show all posts
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Post time 3-4-2007 11:56 PM | Show all posts
hehe...aku ckap molto piccolo ajerr...  
itu pun boss aku ajo n baca buku italian...
kalo ada cikgu, blehla nak join gaks
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Post time 4-4-2007 12:19 AM | Show all posts
antara vocab yg aku tau

forza juventus
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Post time 10-4-2007 02:02 AM | Show all posts
aku tau dua perkataan ..

BONJOURNO
CHAO

kl ada cikgu cikgi yg buleh ajar kat sini tringin gak nak join.. cam best ja dgr bahasa itali ni..
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 Author| Post time 11-4-2007 10:49 PM | Show all posts
Non parlo molto bene l'Italiano  =  Saya tak berapa pandai speaking Itali

Ciao = hi (bertemu) / bye (berpisah)
Buon giorno = Selamat pagi
Buona serra = petang
Buona notte = malam

Come stai = Apa khabar?
Bene = baik jer..
Si = ya
No = tidak
Scusi (formal), Scusa (informal) = excuse me
Piacere = nice to meet you
Per favore = please

Buongiorno Signore ! (dengan  e  tanpa surname)

Signor Tipin = Mr
Signora Tipah = Mrs
Signorina Tipah = Miss

Come ti chiami = what's your name?
Mi chiamo Tipino  = My name is Tipin
1 = uno
2 = due
3 = tre
4 = quattro
5 = cinque
6 = sei
7 = sette
8 = otto
9 = nove
10 = dieci
11 = undici
12 = dodici
13 = tredici
14 = quattordici
15 = quindici
16 = sedici
17 = diciassette
18 = diciotto
19 = diciannove
20 = venti
21 = ventuno
22 = ventidue
23 = ventitre
24 = ventiquattro
25 = venticinque
26 = ventisei
27 = ventisette
28 = ventotto
29 = ventinove
30 = trenta
31 = trentuno
Arrivederci = jumpa lagi
Ti amo = I love u
Mi dispiace = I'm sorry

Allora = So, ...
Grazie = thanks
Prego = sama2
Niente = nothing..

Ciao !


[ Last edited by  TipinTakTipu at 25-4-2007 05:20 PM ]
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 Author| Post time 11-4-2007 11:00 PM | Show all posts
Kata nama Gender (Nouns)

Secara umum ada dua gender : Maskulin & Feminin.
Maskulin selalunya berakhir dengan -o dan -e , Feminin dengan -a.
Di bawah ini anda boleh melihat senarai yang biasa katanama maskulin dan feminin bersamaan dgn Englishnya.

In italiano ci sono due generi: maschile e femminile; il maschile di solito termina in -o oppure -e, il femminile in -a.
In basso potete vedere una lista di comuni nomi maschili e femminili con il loro equivalente inglese


Kata nama Maskulin (Nomi maschili)

l'uomo = man
il bambino = male child
il dottore = doctor
l'ufficio = office
il lavoro = work
il toro = bull
il gatto = cat
il treno = train
lo zucchero = sugar

Katanama Feminin Nouns (Nomi femminili)

la donna = woman
la bambina = female child
la dottoressa = woman doctor
la casa = house
la vacanza = vacation
la mucca = cow
la gatta = female cat
la macchina = car
l'aquila = eagle

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Post time 11-4-2007 11:46 PM | Show all posts
besh2..dulu ade amik jap klas bhs itali ni,tp dh x igt dh..tp lecturer tu ade ckp sebutan itali mmg nk dkt same dgn bm...xde ah mcm bhs perancis etc,what u see is what u read..ehehe
grazia tipah sbb bkk bebenang ni
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 Author| Post time 13-4-2007 12:22 AM | Show all posts
Giorni (Hari)

Lunedi = Isnin
Martedi = Selasa
Mercoledi = Rabu
Giovedi = Khamis
Venerdi = Jumaat
Sabato = Sabtu
Domenica = Ahad


Mesi (Bulan)

Gennaio = Januari
Febbraio
Marzo
Aprile
Maggio
Giugno
Luglio
Agosto
Settembre
Ottober
Novembre
Dicembre
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 Author| Post time 13-4-2007 12:47 AM | Show all posts
Nak share several Italian songs. Sesambil tu boleh blaja bahasa dan sebutan.

Antara singers yg top:
- Andrea Bocelli
- Eros Ramazzotti
- Simone Christichi
- Giuseppe Povia
- Tiziano Ferro
- Patrizio Buane
- Elisa Toffoli
- Laura Pausini
- Anna Tatangelo
- Dolcenera
- Mina (veteran)


Dari Youtube :


Andrea Bocelli  e  Helene Segara  :  Vivo per lei (italian + french)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHWD7z0N7UE


Andrea Bocelli : Ama credi e vai (Winter Olympic 2006 Torino, Italy)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGmu2JyjBM4


Eros : Musica

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Post time 15-4-2007 05:46 PM | Show all posts
molto molto grazie TipinTakTipu!!!

io parla italiano molto piccolo

bleh la aku menambah ilmu hehehe
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 Author| Post time 16-4-2007 12:04 AM | Show all posts

Reply #12 redsinner's post

niente.. nak blaja gak..  
Boss ko Italiano ka??? Leh tanya dia tak kat ner leh blaja.
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 Author| Post time 22-4-2007 11:27 PM | Show all posts
Dari : http://italian.about.com

Seasons
The names of seasons (i stagioni) are not capitalized in Italian.
la primaveraSpring
lestateSummer
lautunnoAutumn
linvernoWinter  
Months
The names of the months (i mesi) are not capitalized in Italian.
gennaioJanuary
febbraioFebruary
marzoMarch
aprileApril
maggioMay
giugnoJune
luglioJuly
agostoAugust
settembreSeptember
ottobreOctober
novembreNovember
dicembreDecember  
Che mese
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 Author| Post time 22-4-2007 11:37 PM | Show all posts
What time is it?  ...is expressed in Italian by Che ora

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Post time 23-4-2007 09:46 AM | Show all posts
memang besh ek, bahasa romance nih. akupun sonok nak belaja. dengar lagu itali pun terus jatuh chenta. hensemnyaaaa eros ramazzotiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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 Author| Post time 23-4-2007 10:08 PM | Show all posts
yeah... marilah mari, ramai2 blaja Italiano..
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 Author| Post time 23-4-2007 10:15 PM | Show all posts
Definite Article

In English the definite article (l'articolo determinativo) has only one form: the.
In Italian, larticolo determinativo has different forms according to the gender, number, and first letter of the noun or adjective it precedes.  
i ragazzi e le ragazze (the boys and girls)
il quaderno e la penna (the notebook and pen)  


Here are some rules for using definite articles:

1. Lo (plural gli) is used before masculine nouns beginning with s + consonant or z.
2. Il (pl. i) is used before masculine nouns beginning with all other consonants.
3. L (pl. gli) is used before masculine nouns beginning with a vowel.
4. La (pl. le) is used before feminine nouns beginning with any consonant.
5. L (pl. le) is used before feminine nouns beginning with a vowel.   


The article agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies and is repeated before each noun.
la CocaCola e laranciata (the Coke and orangeade)
gli italiani e i giapponesi (the Italians and the Japanese)
le zie e gli zii (the aunts and uncles)

The first letter of the word immediately following the article determines the articles form.
Compare the following:
il giorno (the day)
laltro giorno (the other day)
lo zio (the uncle)
il vecchio zio (the old uncle)
i ragazzi (the boys)
gli stessi ragazzi (the same boys)
lamica (the girlfriend)
la nuova amica (the new girlfriend)  

In Italian, the definite article must always be used before the name of a language, except when the verbs parlare (to speak) or studiare (to study) directly precede the name of the language; in those cases, the use of the article is optional.
Studio litaliano. (I study Italian.)
Parlo italiano. (I speak Italian.)
Parlo bene litaliano. (I speak Italian well.)  

The definite article is used before the days of the week to indicate a repeated, habitual activity.
Domenica studio. (Im studying on Sunday.)
Marco non studia mai la domenica. (Marco never studies on Sundays.)
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 Author| Post time 23-4-2007 10:26 PM | Show all posts
The Italian indefinite article (l'articolo indeterminativo) corresponds to English a/an and is used with singular nouns.
It also corresponds to the number one.

INDEFINITE ARTICLES

    MASCHILE                    FEMMINILEuno zio (uncle)una zia (aunt)un cugino (cousin, m.)una cugina (cousin, f.)un amico (friend, m.)unamica (friend, f.)
Uno is used for masculine words beginning with z or s + consonant; un is used for all other masculine words. Una is used for feminine words beginning with a consonant; un is used for feminine words beginning with a vowel.
un treno e una bicicletta
un aeroplano e unautomobile
uno stadio e una stazione
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 Author| Post time 23-4-2007 10:32 PM | Show all posts
Bello e Quello
The adjectives bello (beautiful, handsome, nice, fine) and quello (that) have shortened forms when they precede the nouns they modify. Note that the shortened forms are similar to those of the definite article. MASCHILESingolarePluralebello/quellobegli/quegli(before s + consonant or z)bel/quelbei/quei(before other consonants)belli/quellibegli/quegli(before vowels)FEMMINILESingolarePluralebella/quellabelle/quelle(before all consonants)belli/quellibelle/quelle(before vowels)

Chi
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