The sounds of LOVE!

Love is an universal language, it is a deep communicative word or act!

Everyone knows the language of love, every detail of it. How many times do we hear or say words of love, watch love movies, listen to romantic songs, read novels?

Everything moves thanks to love, also our job, if we do it with love!

But since I am so curious and everyday I try to learn more and more, I asked some friends, who come from different countries and speak different languages which I don’t speak, to read a part of a love poem for me, just to hear the amazing different sounds of love and of course giving en extra attention to the language they use and how they use it!!!

I asked myself: “How does a russian, a polish, a syrian, a rumanian speak about love?”

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“Tu vuó fá l´ammericano!”

Do you know what this title means? First of all, it belongs to an old and very popular song written by Renato Carosone, but it has been rearranged today becoming so popular that you can dance it all over the world!

That sentence means: “You act like an american/ You wanna be an american” and it refers to all those emigrants who from Italy, especially from Naples as the song says, moved to United States and when they happen to travel back to their homeland for holidays for example, they act like “big shot” americans who have it all, when in reality they have nothing.

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Let´s have fun!!!

Why do we smile every time a foreigner tries to speak our native language?

We smile because his/her pronunciation sounds funny to us, or am I wrong?

But today I propose to you a few italian tongue-twisters read by some foreigners who live in Oslo, because I would like you to listen to their different accents and underline the beauty of each. That means I laugh because every accent sounds incredible to me and I don´t laugh at them, to be clear ;D!

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