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DelvecchioSimone12 5 96

Joined 18 February 2014


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it-N Questo utente può contribuire con un livello madrelingua in italiano.
en-3 This user has advanced knowledge of English.
es-3 Este usuario tiene un conocimiento avanzado del español.
pt-2 Este utilizador tem um nível médio de português.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer beherrscht Deutsch auf fortgeschrittenem Niveau.
el-1 Αυτός ο χρήστης μπορεί να συνεισφέρει σε βασικού επιπέδου Ελληνικά.
hu-1 Ez a szerkesztő alapszinten beszéli a magyar nyelvet.
ru-1 Этот участник владеет русским языком на начальном уровне.
ar-0 هذا المستخدم ليس لديه معرفة بالعربية (أو يفهمها بصعوبة بالغة).
cs-0 Tento uživatel nerozumí česky (nebo rozumí se značnými problémy).
ja-0 この利用者は日本語分かりません (または理解するのがかなり困難です)。
ko-0 이 사용자는 한국어모르거나, 이해하는 데 어려움이 있습니다.
zh-0 这位用户不懂或很难理解中文
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Latn
This user's native script is the Latin alphabet.

Hani-1
This user has a basic understanding of Hanzi.

Hans-1
This user has a basic understanding of Simplified Chinese.

Hant-1
This user has a basic understanding of Traditional Chinese.
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IPA-1
This user has a basic understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Ω
Grek-2
This user has an intermediate understanding of the Greek alphabet.
Я
Cyrl-3
This user has an advanced understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.
JS-0 This user knows little about JavaScript and just mimics existing usage.
lua-2 This user can use Lua modules with ease, and can write some simple ones.
{{t}}-1 This user knows the basics of how to use wiki templates in entries.
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UTC+1 This user's time zone is UTC+1 and observes Daylight Saving Time.
CET This user's time zone is CET and observes Daylight Saving Time.


local time = CET (Central European Time) (UTC+1) from end of October to end of march and CEST (Central European Summer Time) (UTC+2) from end of march to end of October.
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Translations of my proper nameEdit

Pronunciation of Delvecchio SimoneEdit

  • Italian: Surname: IPA(key): /delˈvɛ.kːjo/ - Name: IPA(key): /siˈmɔ.ne/
    tonal IPA pronunciation: Surname: IPA(key): /del˦ˈvɛ˧˥.kːj˥o˧/ - Name: IPA(key): /si˦ˈmɔ˧.ne˦/
    Stress: Delvècchio Simòne
  • English: Surname: IPA(key): /ɒv.ðiːˈəʊld/ - Name: enPR: sīm'ən, IPA(key): /ˈsaɪmən/
  • Estonian: Surname: IPA(key): /ˈvɑnɑ/ - Name: IPA(key): /ˈsiːmon/
  • Czech: Surname: IPA(key): [ˈzɛstarɛːɦo] - Name: IPA(key): [ˈʃɪmon]
  • German: Surname: IPA(key): /fɔn.demˈʔaltn̩/ - Name: IPA(key): /ˈziːmɔn/
  • Hungarian: Surname: IPA(key): [ˈɒzørɛɡɛjɒ] - Name: IPA(key): [ˈʃimon]
  • Polish: Surname: IPA(key): /ˈsta.ra/ - Name: IPA(key): /ˈʂɨ.mɔn/
  • Russian: Surname: IPA(key): [ɪsːˈtarəvə] (phonetic respelling: Изста́рово) - Name: IPA(key): [sʲɪˈmon]
  • Spanish: Surname: IPA(key): /delˈbjexo/, [d̪elˈβjexo] - Name: IPA(key): /siˈmon/, [siˈmõn]

TranslationsEdit

Declesion of Delvecchio SimoneEdit

  • Czech:
  • Estonian:
    Surname:
Name:
  • Hungarian:
Inflection of DelvecchioSimone12 5 96
singular plural
nominative Azöregeja Simon Azöregeják Simonok
accusative Azöregeját Simonot Azöregejákat Simonokat
dative Azöregejának Simonnak Azöregejáknak Simonknak
instrumental Azöregejával Simonnal Azöregejákkal Simonokkal
causal-final Azöregejáért Simonért Azöregejákért Simonokért
translative Azöregejává Simonná Azöregejákká Simonokká
terminative Azöregejáig Simonig Azöregejákig Simonokig
essive-formal Azöregejaként Simonként Azöregejákként Simonokként
essive-modal
inessive Azöregejában Simonban Azöregejákban Simonokban
superessive Azöregeján Simonon Azöregejákon Simonokon
adessive Azöregejánál Simonnál Azöregejáknál Simonoknál
illative Azöregejába Simonba Azöregejákba Simonokba
sublative Azöregejára Simonra Azöregejákra Simonokra
allative Azöregejához Simonhoz Azöregejákhoz Simonokhoz
elative Azöregejából Simonból Azöregejákból Simonokból
delative Azöregejáról Simonról Azöregejákról Simonokról
ablative Azöregejától Simontól Azöregejáktól Simonoktól
  • Polish:

Italian language and some comparisonsEdit

Reliable fonts about the Italian languageEdit

The most reliable fonts that I know about Italian are:

  • The accademia della Crusca [Bran academy or academy of the Bran] (that de facto rules the language)[1];
  • The Treccani vocabulary and encyclopedia {"Treccani" is compound of "tre" [three] + "cani" [dogs] and literally means [three dogs]}, editor of the only one Italian formal vocabulary that I know and (the vocabulary) is the most reliable Italian vocabulary that I know[2].

Links to the mentioned reliable fontsEdit

Italian grammar (short appendix)Edit

Articoli [Articles]Edit

The following table shows the articles used in Italian and the prepositional articles used with article meanings.

gender maschile
[masculine]
femminile
[feminine]
type and number when the word at the right begins by ... ... i pronounced /j/, u pronounced /w/, s+consonant, w, x, y, z, pt, gn, ps or (alternatively) pn ... (h+) vowel (except i pronounced /j/ or u pronounced /w/) ... (h+) vowel (except i pronounced /j/ or u pronounced /w/)
indeterminativo singolare
[indefinite singular]
un
can be used also the prepositional article del
uno
can be used also the prepositional article dello
un
can be used also the prepositional article dell'
una
can be used also the prepositional article della
un'
can be used also the prepositional article dell'
indeterminativo plurale
[indefinite plural]
not used in Italian, use the prepositional article(s) dei, (Tuscany dialect, archaic in other dialects) delli instead not used in Italian, use the prepositional article degli instead not used in Italian, use the prepositional article(s) degli, (rare, literary) degl', (Tuscany dialect, archaic in other dialects) delli instead not used in Italian, use the prepositional article delle instead not used in Italian, use the prepositional article(s) delle, (rare, literary) dell' instead
determinativo singolare
[definite singular]
il lo l' la l'
determinativo plurale
[definite plural]
i, (Tuscany dialect, archaic in other dialects) li gli gli, (literary) gl', (Tuscany dialect, archaic in other dialects) li le le, (rare, literary) l'
usage notes the Tuscany dialect variant li of the article i can be used also with words beginning by sc pronounced /ʃ/, x or z
Exception: "gli dei" (plural of il dio) and its prepositional variant "degli dei" (plural of "del dio) are the only exception to the general rule,
the regular article "i dei" (stress: ì dèi) and its prepositional variant "dei dei" (stress: déi dèi) are not used.
the contracted form l' in the feminine plural is rare
the article meanings of the preposition variants are rare in singular
the prepositional articles used with article meaning are sometimes considered "articoli partitivi" ["partitive articles"]

For comparison the following table shows the Spanish articles and the English ones.

language spanish english
gender (left)
type and number (below)
masculine feminine common (both masculine and feminine)
when the word at the right begins by consonant or semi-consonant sound when the word at the right begins by vowel sound
indefinite singular un una an a
indefinite plural unos unas not used in English
definite singular el la the
definite plural los las

Nomi [Nouns]Edit

Pronomi [Pronouns]Edit

Preposizioni [Prepositions]Edit

Adjectives [Aggettivi]Edit

Verbi [Verbs]Edit

Avverbi (Avverbî) [Adverbs]Edit

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