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Italian Language/use of: "piacere di conoscerLa, Filippo"


Pepe wrote at 2013-04-01 15:52:31
I may add a detail on the previous comment: "ConoscerLa" means "meet you", but by writing "La" with a capital "L" gives a very formal, respectful meaning.

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