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Irene asked how to say

I am a student Italian language and culture at the university of Amsterdam

in Italian. 05 Oct 11

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Salvatore Saja answered 05 Oct 11

@ Irene
"Sono una studentessa di lingua e cultura Italiana all'università di Amsterdam." is correct. ;)

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Elizabeth Soto answered 05 Oct 11

This is the best I can do but wait for Salvatore to confirm what I have written here. If I am wrong he will correct me. I wanted to try it myself… :) "Io sono un studente d’Italiano lingua e la cultura a l’universita di Amsterdam."

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Salvatore Saja answered 05 Oct 11

@ Eli
"Io sono una studentessa della lingua e della cultura italiana all'università di Amsterdam"

The two "della" are wrong, because "lingua e cultura italiana" is supposed to be the (translated) name of the degree course. ;)

For instance, I'm a "student of Informatic Engineering" which translates in Italian as "studente di Ingegneria Informatica", not "studente dell'Ingegneria Informatica". ;)

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Irene answered 05 Oct 11

Thnx Elizabeth! I think you're very close.. I'd say: Sono una studentessa di lingua e cultura Italiana all'università di Amsterdam. But I guess I'm wrong..?

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Elizabeth Soto answered 06 Oct 11

sorry about that I made a typo.. :)

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Salvatore Saja answered 06 Oct 11

No problem, Eli. :-)

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Elizabeth Soto answered 05 Oct 11

Hello Irene I asked an Italian native how to say this and this is what she said, "IO SONO UNA STUDENTESSA DELLA LINGUA E CULTURA ITALIANA ALL'UNIVERSITA' DI AMSTERDAM" and she said yours is correct as well so I am the loser but now wiser about my mistake.. I hope this helps.. :)

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