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Hello everyone and welcome back to my channel!
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Today we're going to be talking about 10 colloquial expressions that are widely used in Italian.
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I'll say that again, I'm going to discuss "colloquial" expression, so be careful with the context in which
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you use them.
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Let's get started!
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(≈ "What a drag!"; "That sucks!")
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When you're fed up with something, you can use either of these two expressions, "che pizza"
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or "che palle".
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The latter is slightly stronger than the former.
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For example, "che pizza!"
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can be used by kids, however, if I were a mom, I wouldn't want my child to say
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"che palle!".
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Some people consider this expression almost as bad as a curse word.
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(≈ "I have to"; "I've got no choice (but to...)")
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You can use this expression when you have to do something that you don't feel like doing, but it is
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really necessary for you to do that!
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For example, paying the bills; it's something we don't like doing, but we have to do it,
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we need to do it.
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An example with this expression could be: "Today I have to go to the post office
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to pay the last bill".
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Therefore, the meaning of the expression "mi tocca" is equivalent to the verb "dovere" ("must", "have to").
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(≈ "Please!"; "Make sure..."; "Don't forget...")
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I've already discussed this expression in a past video, but I figured
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it would be useful to include it in this list, because it is widely used in the spoken language.
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When you want to remind something to someone, or you want someone to do something,
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taking your advice, you can use this expression at the beginning of the sentence.
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"Make sure / Don't forget to pay the water bill!"
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"Please, do turn your cell phone off when you go to bed!"
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Therefore, the speaker considers his advice or suggestion as very important.
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(≈ "Stop it"!; "Knock it off!")
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Use this expression when you want someone to stop doing what they're doing,
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such as talking, crying, arguing, more in general being annoying.
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As I'm sure you're aware, thus, this expression is mostly used in the context of an argument,
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of a quarrel.
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So, whoever uses this expression is probably angry or annoyed at someone,
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more specifically
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The fact that the verbs in the expression are conjugated in the imperative mood, explains to us
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that we're talking about an order, which makes the meaning of the word quite strong.
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(≈ "Do me a favor!"; "Oh, come on!"; "Get out of here!")
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This expression is used in response to something we don't believe is true.
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The context is once again a quarrel or an argument; if someone during an argument tells
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their side of the story and we don't agree with said side of the story, then we can
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use this expression.
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"Get out of here!"
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We can think of this expression as the short version of the sentence:
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"Do me a favor and stop talking" or "Do me a favor and be quiet!"
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Therefore, you're ordering the other person to remain silent.
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(≈ "Let's hope for the best!"; "Fingers crossed!)
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Instead, this expression is more positive, because we're hoping for a situation to
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work out for the best, or we're hoping that something we desire will happen, or that something
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we don't want to happen will not happen.
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This expression has the same meaning as "fingers crossed!", which is used to wish
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that everything turns out well.
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(≈ "It's not (that) bad!")
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This expression can be used in many contexts, with reference to food,
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to a place, to a movie, to a book, to a person.
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It's an expression that implies an average judgment, which means that you're not
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going out on a limb.
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For example, "The movie I watched yesterday wasn't too bad".
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It wasn't a terrible movie, but I probably wouldn't watch it again.
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(≈ "No way!")
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We can used this expression when we hear news that we don't believe to be true.
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For example: "Beatrice told me that Luca would leave on his own."
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- "There's no way!
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Luca won't even go to the grocery store on his own."
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Therefore, the person replying considers the information as impossible.
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Because that person, Luca, isn't even capable of going to the grocery store on his own,
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so it's not likely for him to be leaving on a trip all by himself.
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No way!
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(≈ "Dunno")
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This is your favorite expression, I know that!
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When you don't know the answer to a question, we can say "boh!", which means
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"I don't know!".
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(≈ "Nop!"; "Not a chance!"; "What are you talking about!")
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This last expression is used as a negation, with the meaning of "not a chance!".
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Originally there were two separate words, "ma" and "che", which were supposedly the beginning
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of a question such as "(but) what are you talking about?".
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Later on, the use of the words generated a single word, derived from the abbreviation of
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the question: "macché", which is used to negate something said.
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This is all for today!
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I hope this video will help you.
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And I'll see you in the next one!
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Bye!

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