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Quora 15/03/2018


What are the pros and cons of moving to Italy? I am 
recently retired and was thinking of renting or buying a
small apartment which l could rent as an Airbnb.
Here are 25 reasons why I love Italy !
1. It is the wellspring of western culture
2. It has an exciting and spectacular history
3. It creates art and beauty everywhere; even in the remotest village on a
mountain top one is left in AWE !
4. It has the best cuisine (I do not believe anyone has ever catalogued every
dish - each city and town and even village tend to have their own unique
5. It has the best wine (again, there are so many types and brands of wine
that I am not sure anyone has ever catalogued them)
6. It has the best coffee (coffee is a religion in Italy)
7. Its women are elegant and feminine like nowhere else in the world (Italian
women are difficult to conquer which makes them even more precious)
8. It has produced an incredible percentage of the world’s classical music (in
the classical music station to which I listen, they list the pieces which have
played before and will play afterwards. Frequently , half of the composers
are Italian.
9. It created opera and has created the world’s most beloved operas
10. It is genuine (there’s a sense that it is REAL and human)
11. It is a bottom-up organized society
12. One experiences an odd sense of FREEDOM living in Italy (bottom-up
13. Its language is beautiful and elegant
14. Its people readily express their emotions (perhaps that’s why there is
such little violence in Italy)
15. Italians are very accepting of other people (in its long history, it has been
invaded and colonized by many cultures)
16. Its incredible array of colorful, marvelous hand gestures used to
reinforce communication (indeed some of them are really funny)
17. People love to communicate with each other; indeed it tends to have
precedence over everything else - e.g.; an invitation to have a coffee is a
sacrament of friendship and cannot be refused
18. In Italy people's’ identity is not tied to their job (how many times have I
been in a milonga and I ask my dance partner what she does and she
answers, "Oh I am employed", meaning she works for someone, and if you
dig a little deeper it turns out she is an assistant minister of foreign affairs or
some such important post)
19: It is not at all difficult to find people, young people, who are devoting
their life to poetry.
20. Doctors, even renown surgery specialists are very normal people and
very accessible people (see no. 18)
21. Medical care is a human right. Universal quality medical care for
22. Italy has Naples and the Neapolitan people are incredibly friendly, open,
gregarious, generous even in dire moments. I remember several years ago I
was traveling from Florence to Rome on train. It was a hot summer day, the
train was packed, there was no air conditioning and everyone was
miserable, pi**ed off in a bad mood. There was only one group of people,
standing in the end space of the car (there were no seats left) who were
happy, laughing and having fun and sure enough they were from Naples.
People from Naples are famous for their attitude for living. Perhaps this
comes from the fact that Naples is built around and in many volcanoes
several of which are still smoking and could blow up up at any minute.. One
example is the neighborhood of Campi Flegrei where my dear friend Osvaldo
lives and whom I visit often and have personally seen the plumes in the near
distant as we drive on the highway.
23. The Italian passion for graffiti - the Italian passion for art and self
expression is so deeply ingrained in the DNA that it compels them to create
graffiti in walls in buildings and train stations. The graffiti is always
beautifully and artistically done and of course it gives vent to many societal
frustrations. There have been determined campaigns in some cities to
change this behavior tbut to no avail; the Italian soul will express itself at
any costs. It is a tradition which goes back to the Roman Empire.
24. Artisans, Italy still has many traditional artisans who have survived
modernity and commercialization, who makes things by hand in the old way
25. Church bells - there must be thousands of church bells in Italy. Even the
smallest village high in the mountains will have a church with church bells
which have been ringing for roughly 1700 years at appoiinted times to
inform people of celebrations and births and funerals. They provide a
reassurance for people.

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Understanding the proper order of adjectives takes practice. Use the following table to practice using the proper order of adjectives in the following sentences.
Number four
Opinion generous
Size small
Age old
Shape round
Color red
Origin German
Material metal
Purpose sleeping
Noun man


ENGLISH, a strange language.

There is no egg in the eggplant,
No ham in the hamburger
And neither pine nor apple in the pineapple.
English muffins were not invented in England,
French fries were not invented in France.

We sometimes take English for granted, but if we examine its paradoxes we find that:
Quicksand takes you down slowly,
Boxing rings are square,
And a guinea pig is neither from Guinea nor is it a pig.

If writers write, how come fingers don't fing?
If the plural of tooth is teeth,
Shouldn't the plural of phone booth be phone beeth?
If the teacher taught,
Why hasn't the preacher praught?

If a vegetarian eats vegetables,
What the heck does a humanitarian eat?
Why do people recite at a play,
Yet play at a recital?
Park on driveways and
Drive on parkways?
How can the weather be as hot as hell on one day
And as cold as hell on another?

You have to marvel at the unique lunacy of a language where a house can burn up as it burns down,
And in which you fill in a form
By filling it out
And a bell is only heard once it goes!

English was invented by people, not computers,
And it reflects the creativity of the human race
(Which of course isn't a race at all.)

That is why:
When the stars are out they are visible,
But when the lights are out they are invisible.
And why it is that when I wind up my watch
It starts,
But when I wind up this poem
It ends.


James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher" is an English sentence used to demonstrate lexical ambiguity and the necessity
ofpunctuation, which serves as a substitute for theintonation, stress, and pauses found in speech.
The sentence can be understood more clearly by adding punctuation and emphasis:
James, while John had had "had", had had "had had"; "had had" had had a better effect on the teacher.


Any surprises?
"I" is not in the first 5 but number 10.
"Get" is 47 and not in the first 20.
"Would" is in the first 50 so conditionals must be learnt well.


Rank Word
1 the
2 be
3 to
4 of
5 and
6 a
7 in
8 that
9 have
10 I
11 it
12 for
13 not
14 on
15 with
16 he
17 as
18 you
19 do
20 at
21 this
22 but
23 his
24 by
25 from
26 they
27 we
28 say
29 her
30 she
31 or
32 an
33 will
34 my
35 one
36 all
37 would
38 there
39 their
40 what
41 so
42 up
43 out
44 if
45 about
46 who
47 get
48 which
49 go
50 me
51 when
52 make
53 can
54 like
55 time
56 no
57 just
58 him
59 know
60 take
61 people
62 into
63 year
64 your
65 good
66 some
67 could
68 them
69 see
70 other
71 than
72 then
73 now
74 look
75 only
76 come
77 its
78 over
79 think
80 also
81 back
82 after
83 use
84 two
85 how
86 our
87 work
88 first
89 well
90 way
91 even
92 new
93 want
94 because
95 any
96 these
97 give
98 day
99 most
100 us


What are the most commonly used words in English?


Work like you don't need the money,love like you've never been hurt, and dance like nobody is watching.

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order of adjectives IN English almost the same in Italian:


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