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Lingua ucraìna o укрaïнська мова (ukrajinśka mova)

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Sostantivo in ucraino Il sostantivo può avere tre generi (maschile, femminile, neutro). Di solito i sostantivi maschili finiscono in consonante (dura o molle), in -й o – о (вітер, музей, батько) e i sostantivi femminili finiscono in -a, -я (кісточка, подія). Sostantivi neutri terminati in -о, -е, -я (колесо, поле, життя). Due numeri (singolare, plurale) e sette casi: nominativo, genitivo, […]

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Passau, Germany

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The city  on three rivers Passau’s unique location at the confluence of the three rivers Danube, Inn and Inz, has made the town a one of a kind cultural and artistic centre. Passau is located near the Austrian and Czech border. Passau was first mentioned as a Roman provincial town. In 1803 it became Bavarian […]

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In love with Montpellier

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Montpellier is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, 10 kilometres inland from the Mediterranean. Montpellier has a reputable university, which has played a large part in the town itself, keeping it young and vibrant. It is quite a sizable town, with more than 250,000 inhabitants, and is said to be the fasting growing city in France.   […]

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Il significato dei gesti russi

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1. Giocare, muovere le sopracciglia (gli occhi) Alzando una o entrambe le sopracciglia in alto e in basso, aggrottare le sopracciglia con il naso, mentre spostando gli occhi su, giù o di lato. Civetteria, il desiderio di attirare l’attenzione su se stessi. 2.  Abbassare le palpebre Mostrare, indicare con gli occhi (sguardo) qualcuno o qualcosa […]