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By Gabrielle Euvino

Next time you’re in Italy or simply chattin’ in Italian together with your pals, drop the textbook formality and bust out with expressions they by no means train you at school, including:
• Cool slang
• humorous insults
• specific intercourse terms
• uncooked swear words

Dirty Italian teaches the informal expressions heard on a daily basis at the streets of Italy:

What’s up?
Che c’è?

She’s bought killer legs.
Le ha le gambe da morire.

Get the fuck outta the following!

I’m so plastered.
Sono demolito.

I gotta piss.
Devo pisciare.

Your workforce sucks!
La vostra squadra fa schifo!

Wanna have a quickie?
Facciamo una sveltina?

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Why was the party filled with a din of unhappy guests making a fuss? UNIT 5 alternate fcritameit] v. To alternate means to switch back and forth between two things. —►The best exercise alternates muscle and heart strengthening. apologetic [apdl0d3etik] adj. If someone is apologetic, they are sorry about something. -+ The boy felt apologetic after losing his sister’s favorite toy. benign [binain] adj. If something or someone is benign, they do not hurt anyone. —►Many spiders look scary, but most are actually benign.

Lamp Exercise 2 Choose the one that is similar in meaning to the given word. 1. intrinsic a. logical 2. ministry a. porch 3. snore a. grunt 4. kettle a. cup 5. superintendent a. diner 6. gourmet a. delicious 7. soundly a. slowly 8. hence a. also 9. ordeal a. problem 10. particular a. moody b. natural c. usable d. fragile b. coast c. agency d. bush b. fly c. rain d. call b. bucket c. pot d. pan b. manager c. sunrise d. beginning b. comfortable c. legitimate d. pleasant b. totally c. loudly d. briefly b.

Agatha couldn’t play the piano anymore because o f her arthritis. botany [batani] n. Botany is the study of plants. —►Gardens are the best places for botany. Credible [kre d a b sl] adj. If something or someone is credible, they can be believed or trusted. —►Dick gave a credible reason for being late and d idn’t get in any trouble. deceased [disi:st] adj. If someone is deceased, they are dead. —* We visited the graves o f our deceased grandparents. deception [disepjan] n. Deception is the act of lying or tricking someone.

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