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|Comment||Dear Paolin, Thank you very much for your great explanation about the use of “che” in these sentences. Your answer has helped me very much. I will try very hard to always apply what you have explained to me. Once again - thank you! Sincerely, Rich|
I read and correct your italian texts, either translations or written compositions. I read or listen to your oral compositions, readings and speechs and help you improve your pronunciation and style. I read and correct also your advertising short and medium texts. I answer questions about Italian language, slang, style, punctuation. I don't answer about dialects and specific local slang.
I'm mother tongue; I graduated at Classic Lyceum (100/100), studying classic Italian language and classic Latin and Greek. The 5 years long daily exercise in translation from ancient Latin and Greek to modern Italian taught me to appreciate a correct italian translation and/or text composition.
I graduated at University in Law studies and Jurisprudence, learning to appreciate deep differences between a strictly specific and technical language and other styles.
I'm currently PhD candidate in Philosophy of Law.
I read fiction, classic novels, philosophical books and papers, legal books and papers.
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Italian mother tongue; diploma at Liceo Classico (100/100; year 2001); Laurea at University (110/110 cum laude; year 2008); PhD in Law: Philosophy of Law and Sociology of Law