Italian Language/fallo pure


Italian girl wrote at 2013-04-16 07:10:57
Please note that "Fallo pure" corresponds to: "Feel free to do it" as in "Se vuoi aiutarmi, fallo pure" where "fallo" (composed of the 2nd.person singular, imperative of the verb "fare" + the enclitic pronoun "-lo") stands for "Fai ciņ" and "pure" is a concessive adverb.

In short, "fallo" has nothing to do with the noun "fallo" meaning "mistake"!!!!  

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Lauren O' Hagan


Although not my mother tongue, I have spoken Italian fluently for more than 12 years so I am very confident to answer any questions about the Italian language. I am also competent in Roman Dialect if there are any questions relating to this.


MA Applied Linguistics First Class Honours in Modern Language Studies (Linguistics, Italian, Spanish) Received the top grade in the whole of UK for GCSE Italian, receiving a letter of congratulations from the Italian Consulate Completed my two-year A Level in 1 year with a grade A country. Carried out many translation jobs for a wide range of clients and topics including self-help, literature and exam papers. For personal reference, I have also translated Federico Moccia's Tre Metri Sopra Il Cielo and 2 of Francesco Totti's book.

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