Italian word of the week: Rumoroso

Today my students kindly reminded me that Italian school children can be very rumoroso at eight in the morning!

Therefore this weeks word is: Rumoroso [rumo’roso]

What does it mean? It means loud.

loud Italians
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Why is it my word of the week? As you can tell by the opening sentence my students this morning were very loud. I don’t often start at work at eight, but today I did and I was reminded that even though it is eight in the morning Italians are loud as ever (see the above picture)!

Here are some useful phrases. 

Per l’amor del cielo! – For crying out loud!

Forte e chiaro – Loud and clear.

ridere fragorosamente/ridere di gusto – Laugh out loud

Remember that you have speak louder than normal when you are speaking to a group of Italians. If you don’t good luck being heard!

Lorena 🙂

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