Meaning of this phrase please: Attendo con ansia di parlare e di apprendimento più su di te
Can you please translate this for me
Attendo con ansia di parlare e di apprendimento più su di te
Hello Dgerano. Welcome to the Forum.
This is a Spanish-English learning site. The phrase you have submitted is in Italian. I suggest you look for an Italian translation site, if you will require assistance with that language.
You may be able to get an acceptable result with the Google translator service.
Here is the result you get when you run the proferred sentence through the Italian-English Google Translator
I look forward to talking and learning more about you
Espero poder hablar y aprender más acerca de usted
I'd say that Kavuverdiano is remarkably similar to Italian, for a language with Portuguese and African roots...
Here's a sample of Kavuverdiano:
That woman with whom I met yesterday was worried because she forgot her children at school, and when she went to seek them she didnt see them. Someone reminded her that her children were needing some material for a research, and so she found them at the library searching what they needed. To thank to everyone who helped her, she started speaking, telling how she was glad from the bottom of her heart.
Kavuverdiano - Creole:
Quêl mudjêr cú quêm m encôntra ónti stába priocupáda púrqui êl sqêci dí sês minínus nâ scóla, í cándu êl bâi procurâ-s êl câ olhâ-s. Alguêm lembrâ-l quí sês minínus sâ tâ pricisába dí material pâ úm pesquisa, entõ êl bâi encontrâ-s nâ biblioteca tâ procúra úqui ês cría. Pâ gradêci â túdu quêm djudâ-l, êl cumêça tâ fála, tâ flâ cômu êl stába contênti di fúndu di curaçãu.
I am fairly familiar with Portuguese, and somewhat familiar with Italian. The original text looks much more like Italian than like Portuguese to me...
But I could be wrong - once...
Hi there this is not Spanish - I think it is Kabuverdianu. So you'll probably be more likely to get a good translation if you kind find a Kabuerdianu forum
aka - Cape Verdean Creole
Cape Verdean Creole is a language spoken on the islands of Cape Verde. It is a Creole language of Portuguese basis, it is the mother tongue of nearly all Cape Verdeans, and it is used as a second language by descendents of Cape Verdeans in other countries.
Hope that helps