Three Italian sentences about good luck and bad luck

Three Italian sentences about good luck and bad luck

The concepts of good luck and bad luck probably exist in every culture. In Italy we use Italian sentences related to good luck and bad luck quite often. When something goes bad for someone or when something goes well for someone, we immediately react by using words linked to good luck or bad luck. So, I think that knowing some of these Italian sentences can help you improve your Italian a little bit. Let’s start from Italian sentences related to good luck. GOOD LUCK There are many ways you can talk about good luck in Italian. You can read about…

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Five things that bring good luck in Italy

Five things that bring good luck in Italy

As I already mentioned in a few articles, Italians are rather superticious. So, also in Italy, as in any other country, you’ll find some object or practices that are thought to bring good luck. In this article, you’re going to learn some of the objects and practices that are considered to bring good luck in Italy and their story. FERRO DI CAVALLO – HORSESHOE The idea that horshoes bring good luck is very ancient. First of all, this idea is linked with the fact that in the past horseshoes were made of iron. And people believed that iron was a…

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Basic Italian phrases about good luck and bad luck

Basic Italian phrases about good luck and bad luck

In some previous articles I talked about the importance superstition has for Italians. In particular, I talked about some of the gestures and objects used to ward off bad luck. Today I’d like to go a step further and talk about some basic Italian phrases Italians use to talk about good luck and bad luck. Let’s start from the basic Italian phrases Italians use to talk about good luck. BASIC ITALIAN PHRASES TO TALK ABOUT GOOD LUCK Finally, you’ve been kissed by luck. You won 20.000 euros at the lottery. Italians might use one of the following expressions to underline…

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