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Happy Birthday maestro Morricone! 88 years young! :)

 

So happy to be attending a concert on the 30th here at Helsinki with Morricone himself conducting.

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30 minutes ago, Alessoundtrack said:

The correct phrase is:

Happy Birthday! = Buon compleanno!

 

"Buon anniversario" can be used for wedding anniversaries, formal occasion etc.

 

 

 

I must admit my italian is a bit old-fashioned, but it's also correct no?

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Richard said:

Plus c'est chance, plus c'est le meme chose.

 

(I think :huh:)

 

Stop trying to write in French now. ;)

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16 minutes ago, Bespin said:

 

I must admit my italian is a bit old-fashioned, but it's also correct and... I AM old-fashioned!

 

 

 

I'm Italian and BUON ANNIVERSARIO can be used only for wedding anniversaries, ok? :):up:

 

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Well ok, sorry. I learned something today!

 

So, Buen aniversario instead, that's in spanish! :D

 

And finally, Joyeux anniversaire!

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4 minutes ago, Bespin said:

Well, sorry. I learned something today!

 

So, Buen anniversario instead, that's in spanish! :D

 

I thought in Spanish Happy Birthday was "Feliz cumpleaños." Do native speakers say something different?

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2 minutes ago, Will said:

 

I thought in Spanish Happy Birthday was "Feliz cumpleaños." Do native speakers say something different?

 

Well it's maybe the form usually used for wedding anniversaries too!

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8 minutes ago, Bespin said:

 

Just tell me your age and the conversation will be closed. ;)

 

I'm young, but I believe that even fifty years ago it was said "Buon compleanno" for "Happy Birthday" and "Buon anniversario di matrimonio" for "Happy wedding anniversary"

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10 minutes ago, BloodBoal said:

Come on, guys, we've been through this before: it's pronounced "Djiatchino"!

 

:huh: 

 

Giacchino ---> Dijakkino (if I understood correctly what you mean)

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10 minutes ago, Koray Savas said:

Happy birthday to the greatest composer who ever lived!

 

 

 

You forgot the word "italian" between "greatest" and "composer". :sarcasm:

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