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About me
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I introduce myself: 25 Years old, Sicilian, Graduated in Economics and Living Currently in Uk.
I Speak Sicilian, Italian, English French and Spanish. I am learning on my own Arabic and Turkish even if it taking a bit longer than I expected because I am a "busy-lazy" girl. As you can notice from my blog I love learning languages, Travelling, Cooking and blogging about homeland which I miss so much but not only about it. Enjoy my Sicilian Playlist... :)

Assabbinidica ♥,

Mi Presentu: Aju 25 anni, Sugnu Siciliana, Sturiavu Ecunumia n'ta Università ri Paliemmu e accamuora vivu e travagghiu nu Regnu Unitu. Parru Sicilianu, Italianu, Ingilisi, Francisi, Spagnulu e staju sturiannu pi fatti mia l'Arabu e u Turcu, però ci staju mettiennu assai pi imparari picchi sugnu impignata e n'anticchia lagnusa. Comu po viviri ru me blog, mi piacinu i lingua stranera, viaggiari, cucinari, e pustari cose d'a mia terra ca me manca assai, e un solu, tanti avutre cuose...

Si vuliti putite ascuitari i canzuna siciliane ra me playlist.


Quote
“You live a new life for every new language you speak. If you know only one language, you live only once.” - Czech Proverb. La Sicilienne followers


Commuter Life.

I have spent one day in Palermo, Last night I returned to Uk because of my work but on Friday I will go again to Sicily and will stay longer.

I became a sort of commuter, the airport of Manchester and Trapani are my home now. lol


greenfyh said: 

Credo che alcune siano proprio da studiare a memoria, cosí come sono :)

Ma è una cosa terribile! lol


Grammar drama.

I am trying to teach Italian but I am struggling to explain how I can tell if something is femminine or masculine. If a words ends with “a” should be femminine, if it ends with “o” it should be masculine, but then you find words like:

—il programma (m) 

—la radio (f) 

—il cinema (m)

—la mano (f)

— Il pane (m)

— La luce (f)

Non ce la posso fare.


Guess who is in Sicily tonight?

Me. ;)