D-davvero? °A° Io credevo che fossero le cose venute peggio...non mi accontento mai quando coloro i vestiti. <XP
Comunque buon divertimento, per quando riuscirai a guardare i video! ^_^ Non ti consiglio di provare a risalire ai primi video che ha postato, perché al momento ne ha caricati qualcosa come 900, quindi probabilmente sarebbe un'impresa. XD E poi a dire la verità neanch'io lo seguo, ma mia sorella mi tiene aggiornata e mi fa vedere quelli che le sono piaciuti...ho un'informatrice. A_A
That's not weird at all! ^0^ I'm happy to hear that someone still wants to learn Italian! ^_^ I know it's a difficult language, but I hope that someday you'll be able to come visit Italy without problems. May I ask if you have already thought of some places to see? By the way, thank you very much for faving and comment my work, dear! (and sorry for my bad english... <XP)
I would really love to see the Fontaine de Trevi , and I would love to visit Tuscanny, and the leaning tower of Pisa... and those are just the first places that come to mind! I'm sure I'm forgetting some... plus I'd love to go somewhere off the beaten path, and just enjoy the country without a million people around.
I don't know very much Italian yet, but I'm working on it. It's such a beautiful language! I'm really enjoying trying to learn some. And your English isn't really that bad at all! <3
Plus, that is the cutest little hug thing ever! :3
I see you got your mind clear! ^^ (can I say that? XD) Tuscany is really a beautiful region, I haven't seen it all, of course, but I can say that Florence is worth a visit, as well as other minor and charming cities. And you're right, maybe one of the best thing to do is stray a little from the path you established, to explore some more relaxing places. The only advice I could give you is, if you want to go to the sea, choose places in south Italy, because there the water is more transparent and clear than in the rest of the country.*0* If you go to north part of Italy, you could visit Venice (I love that city XD)...oh and, maybe you already know this, but keep always an eye on the bag you carry with you in big cities. Okay, I'll stop here, maybe I've wrote too much. X3
Ahh, thank you so much for all this awesome information! I really appreciate it. And honestly, I'm always up for learning new things about Italy, so you didn't write too much at all! I hope I can go to Italy someday, and follow your advice! Sorry it took me so long to thank you, by the way. School just started over here for me, so I haven't had a lot of free time. :/ I still plan to keep up on my Italian, though! Thanks again, Grazie!
( Also, would it be okay if I asked you another question? I'm just curious what the best foods to eat in Italy are. I mean, I would assume the pizza and the pasta are amazing. Maybe that's stereotypical? I don't know, It's just all so interesting to me! Sorry if I'm starting to bother you with all these questions! :3)
Don't worry for the delay, school is about to start here too, so I can understand. ^_^ Uhm, what can I say about food? That's right, pasta and pizza are the most common foods in all the areas of Italy,because you can cook them, especially pasta, in 1000 different ways, and every region has their specialities. Supplì and arancini are another type of street food you can find really easily, and lately foreign food like the chinese, japanese or arabian ones, have become very popular, together with fast foods like McDonald's and Burger King. And most of italians love meat and fish. More the fish,I think. XD
Oh, if you're interested, you can check here: jjblue1.deviantart.com/gallery… this girl really gathered and organized in her strips a lot of informations about Italy, through Hetalia, in her gallery! XD You might find something useful in here. ^^ <3