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Grazie Valeria. Troppo generosa. Ero in Italia in effetti il giorno della Festa. B.

Valeria, thanks for the post.
I'm 100% sure that as soon as you get home in Italy for a couple of days, your accent will be back.
and I'm pleased to be mentioned with these other respectful bloggers.
Take care.g.

Lara -- absolutely. I think anyone who wants to be Italian should be. I've often used the made in Italy signature to indicate a state of mind and attitude.

Maurizio -- always a pleasure visiting with you. I'll make sure I'll let you all know when I'm in the country. For years now they ask me where I learned to speak Italian so well... I lost my regional accent and do not sound native anymore.

Alessandro -- you have some very interesting discussions on unintended consequences of Web 2.0 information sharing. Anyone who can read Italian should visit your blog.

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