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Italian to English: Good Luck! General field: Other
Source text - Italian In bocca al lupo!
Translation - English This literally means, "In the mouth of the wolf!" However, it is the equivalent to the English expression, "Break a leg!" One must respond to this by answering, "Crepi!" meaning, "may the wolf die!"
Bachelor's degree - Southern Adventist University
Years of experience: 12. Registered at ProZ.com: Jan 2012.
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I graduated from Istituto Villa Aurora a Firenze/in Florence, Italy in 2010.
I have recently graduated with my B.A. in International Studies, emphasis in Italian.
I have been studying Italian for 3 years.