Italian language is not only a language spoken by Italians but also the lingua franca of Italy.
It is also spoken in many parts of the world.
However, Italian has only been a part of Italy for the past 50 years, and in recent decades has fallen victim to a new wave of globalization.
In recent years, Italian language has been losing ground to other languages and even with the support of the European Union, its language has fallen even further behind in terms of being spoken worldwide.
While there are plenty of other languages spoken around the world, the rise of English and the growing popularity of other European languages, including Spanish, has made Italian more than just a language of the past.
But it has been the rise in globalization that has seen the rise, as the numbers of speakers of Italian have increased exponentially.
To celebrate International Italian Day, we thought we would take a look at what’s happening with the language and how to say thank you in Italian.
How do we say thank, thank you?
There are a few different ways to say it.
The first is to say your “thank,” or “I’m glad you’re here.”
You can either say it with a short sentence that uses “I” or an apostrophe (“-e”).
When you say “I am grateful,” you are saying, “thank You for taking the time to visit.”
The second way is to do it with an apostille, or “o.”
You are saying “I love you,” or you are using a special sound in Italian called a “thumb” sound.
The third way is the most common.
In Italian, the “o” sounds like “ee” in English, but it also has an accent like “eh.”
It’s like the “u” sounds in “you’re welcome.”
The “thumbs up” is a more traditional form of thanking you, but the phrase can also be said with a “w” sound like in “we’re all in this together.”
When you are speaking to someone, you can either do it by nodding your head, or you can say it by making your hands and feet go to one side.
The best way to thank someone is with a silent bow, or by pointing to a familiar face, and then say “hello.”
It is a great way to say that you appreciate them for coming and taking time to talk to you.
If you’re not comfortable with a simple bow, you might say “you are a great person, thank You.”
However, if you don’t know how to bow, and you’re trying to express your appreciation, you’re going to need a way to do so.
There are also other ways to thank people.
When you give someone your “good luck” card, or when you say something in Italian that says “I hope you find happiness in the next few years,” it’s a great time to thank them.
But what about the ones you don´t know?
For example, what if you say you have a headache?
If someone says, “I don’t want to know if you have migraines,” or when a friend tells you that they are in trouble, you are going to say something like “I would like to know that too, but I can’t tell.”
That’s a bit more awkward than a silent “I appreciate your concern, I will tell you when I know.”
You don’t even have to say anything.
If someone is asking if you need help, you don�t even have a reason for them to ask.
Instead, you say, “Thank you, I’m sorry to hear about your headache.
I’m here to help, but we don’t have time to help you right now.”
This simple gesture of thanks can be used for a variety of situations.
It can be a compliment to a person for their good luck, a request to someone for help or support, a way of saying goodbye or thanking someone for being a friend.
The important thing is that you’re thanking someone.
When people say you are grateful, it’s more about showing them that you have something in common with them.
It’s also a good way to show them that their own struggles and problems have been addressed in some way, whether that be through a financial aid package or a good health care plan.
It also means that they will know that you are not just a passing fancy or an everyday person who happens to speak a foreign language.
It shows that you care about them and that you want to do something to help them.
In some ways, it is an especially important time of year for giving thanks, as there are many holidays and special occasions coming up.
But even though it is a time of celebration and hope, it also can be difficult to say thanks to someone when you donít know their name or face.
You might have a great idea for them, but you want them to understand that you would like them to take the time out of their busy schedules to talk with you