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PAROLE ALTERATE E FALSI ALTERATI

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Con Il Chibo:

Jack Ormand:  Fettucine- slice.   Pennette(Penna)- feather, quill pen.

Felicia Hammerschmidt: Peperoni (Pepe)- pepper (the spice).  Bruschetta (brusco)- abrupt

Joanna: Minestrone- comes from the word "minestra" (soup) and the suffix "one" (big). Quadrucci- small squares of pasta. Comes from the word "quadri" (squares) and the suffix "ucci" (small)

Connor Zuraski: spaghetti, sing. spaghetto: thin rope, from latin spacus, twine, and greek sphakos long-threaded lichen | tagliatelle, egg noodles cut in long, flat pieces from italian tagliare, to cut, and latin tailare, tailor.

Hannah Greenstreet: Saltimbocca- sauteed slices of veal rolled with ham and sage, comes from saltare (to jump) and bocca (mouth); rolls that jump into the mouth. | Abbacchio- roasted young lamb, comes from the latin word baculum ("close to the stick"); a suckling lamb.

 

 

VERI ALTERATI  SIGNIFICATO  FALSI ALTERATI  SIGNIFICATO 

Connor Z

SCALETTA

FILMACCIO

 

Joanna K

BISCOTTINO

 

Felicia H

FINESTRELLA

LEONCINO

 

 

Hannah G       

CAPPELLINO

LIBRACCIO

 

Loren H

BIGLIETTINO

 

Jack O

 

 

little ladder

a bad film

 

 

Little cookie

 

 

 

little window

little lion

 

 

 

little hat

bad book

 

 

little ticket

 

CANTINA

TACCHINO

 

 

LIBRETTO

SCONTRINO

 

 

BOTTONE

MATTONE

 

 

 

CUCINA

MATTINO

 

FRATELLO

BAMBINO

 

CUGINO

FOCACCIA

 

wine cellar

turkey

 

 

Opera Lyrics

Receipt

 

 

buttons

bricks

 

 

 

kichen

morning

 

brother

child

 

cousin

bread

       

 

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