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I have a large Italian chef with a chalboard writing surface.I want to put"Welcome to our kitchen" on it in the Italian langauage.Thanx.
 

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Friends?What are those?Woa wait a minute,those guys I used to run around with back in 99.I almost forgot about what it was like before I got with my now wife.j/k...yeah it would be for friends and family.I just got that from the translation page.If it gets too complicated I will just ask Tony the Hammer.What would be my the correct way to greet friends in your home.
 

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Carefull with freetranslation.com, back in high school I cheated and typed up my one page assignment in English and had freetranslation convert it to Spanish for me. It was full of errors, my Spanish teacher was Mucho Pissedo at the quality of "my" work.
 

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Yeah,Im afraid Ill end up with something saying,"we eat our boogrs" are something like that.I know there seem to be some college people on here and maybe Ill get someone who knows.My wife has Italians on her side,distant,but if they were to pop in.As for the Ferrari,if I had unlimited funds I'd have to have a sweet *** Porsche Twin Turbo GT2 or something on that line.
 

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Benvenuti nella Nostra Cucina. Benvenuti is plural, as in you (plural, like friends) are welcome to our kitchen.
Mom and dad are $15.00 Canadians (that's how long ago they got off the boat). Italian was my first language.
 
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