Francais needs the little hook on the C but I can't remember how to make it.msantiago said:Grazie mille. I knew "I hate you" is "ti odio" it's like Spanish. Anyhow, the reason I asked for a translation of this phrase is because a couple of guys at my office were trying to say things in different languages. They were just having fun. They asked me because I speak Spanish and un po' d'italiano and un peu de francais. (Pardon my grammar)
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Frankly i've never heard 'quest'è', and never read it anywhere as well.... However, i wouldn't say it's a mistake, it is possible it is an archaic form, and i'm sure it is comprehensible to native speakers.
Sì, molto utile!Hello Lorena. In English, "hate" is thrown around quite a bit. Growing up I was told not to use the word because of "how strong it was" but I hear it used very often (I hate doing my homework, I hate getting up early, etc). However, if two lovers were arguing and one of them said "I hate you!" it would be very very strong, in my opinion. Like most things, it just depends on context. Spero che la mia spiegazione sia utile!