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  1. Despite some several attempts to impose the use of standard language in Italian schools and to condemn every dialectal form, there are still some forms of recovery of dialect, which is an essential part of our culture. Neapolitan is definitely the most exported, known and documented Italian dialect.

  2. Francesco Petrarca, commonly known as Petrarch, was well known for his translations from Classical Latin into Vulgar Latin and his philological treatises. His treatise "On the Italian Language"5 was the earliest known treatise on a modern language. It was his love poems, especially "Canzoniere" that illustrated the beauty of the vulgar language ...

  3. Jan 24, 2020 · Coronets were eliminated in America shortly after the revolution and in Britain by the Army Reform Act of 1871, which is better known for definitively ending the simoniac sale and trade in army commissions. The coronet position was variously replaced by sub-lieutenant or second lieutenant ranks.

  4. best known ‘mixed language’, and the European Romani dialects; other candidates are Unserdeutsch , a creole-like variety , from Papua New Guinea, as well as several American varieties spoken by

  5. Jun 26, 2018 · During communication, speakers commonly rotate their forearms so that their palms turn upward. Yet despite more than a century of observations of such palm-up gestures, their meanings and origins have proven difficult to pin down. We distinguish two gestures within the palm-up form family: the palm-up presentational and the palm-up epistemic. The latter is a term we introduce to refer to a ...

  6. Today, he is considered the world’s most popular Neapolitan pop crooner and has made a mark on the U.S. album charts, starred in a PBS special and has sold over 10 million albums worldwide. Like Chris Botti, Celine Dion, Julio Iglesias, or Tom Jones, Patrizio is searching for that timeless quality in a song where the sentiments are conveyed ...

  7. Jan 16, 2018 · For a league that has so many well known and successful Italian players, South America has certainly been crucial for the top-flight clubs. Several South Americans tend to struggle after a move to Europe. Some deal with language barriers, culture shocks or general homesickness.