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Ciao stella, tutto bene e tu? Mi pensi sempre. Baci amore.

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by jinglebella, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. jinglebella Senior Member

    London
    England, English
    Ciao stella, tutto bene e tu? Mi pensi sempre. Baci amore.
    Ciao! Could someone please confirm that the above sentence means "Hello star, all is well and you? Think of me always. Kisses love." It's the 'Mi pensi sempre' bit I'm not sure about - 'think of me always'?

    Thank you!
     
  2. lady_chica New Member

    italy
    italy,italian
    if you use "mi pensi sempre".. it's as a question..
    You can say: "Pensami sempre" to express "think of me always"
     
  3. jinglebella Senior Member

    London
    England, English
    Thank you. It just didn't seem like a question, as there was no question mark so I wondered if it could be a statement instead.

    Thanks a lot!
     
  4. italy74 Junior Member

    Hi Jingle,

    literally looks fine, just remember that "stella" is a way here to call lovely a girl (as you could say "baby", for example) and "all is well" probably is better with your form "all is fine" As for the rest, I agree with Chica, it's not clear if it's a question (Mi pensi sempre? Do you always think of me?) or an exortation (pensami sempre, think of me always)
     
  5. jinglebella Senior Member

    London
    England, English
    Grazie mille!
     

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