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    Quote Originally Posted by templumForasticus View Post
    Alize pare pi buia che la gente da... la Cerdegna
    I don't think she's 100% corsican.

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    Quote Originally Posted by templumForasticus View Post
    Questo dove essere tuo dialetto insular. Interesante. "Tuas duas" me ricorda "tous les deux" dal francese. Non esiste un motto esatto in spagnolo, magari "las dos"
    Sardinian language! not dialect. It's totally unrelated to Italian, except both are Romance languages, but the affinity ends here. In Spanish don't you use also "in ambas islas"? (in both islands). We also have the same expression in Sardinian I can say "in ambas isulas" or "in totas duas isulas". While in Italian "in entrambe le isole" or "in tutte e due le isole".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Visage ple View Post
    I don't think she's 100% corsican.
    Probable, her surname Jacotey is not Corsican, apparently her grandfather was not Corsican, and there is no trace of this surname in Corsica before 1945.

    http://www.namespedia.com/img/France/Jacotey.jpg
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    Sardinians are genetically more of an isolated population (they are like a relic of European Neolithic farmers) whereas Corsicans can be modeled as 80-85% Tuscan and 15-20% Sardinians, as can be seen on this genetic PCA plot :


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    En Ambas islas o entrambas islas. En las dos islas. Jams "En todas las dos islas"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mens-Sarda View Post
    Sardinian language! not dialect. It's totally unrelated to Italian, except both are Romance languages, but the affinity ends here. In Spanish don't you use also "in ambas islas"? (in both islands). We also have the same expression in Sardinian I can say "in ambas isulas" or "in totas duas isulas". While in Italian "in entrambe le isole" or "in tutte e due le isole".
    We can also say in "Ambedue le isole" in Italian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licantropo View Post
    We can also say in "Ambedue le isole" in Italian.
    I was forgetting this. Curiously in Sardinia when speaking Italian we never use this, we tend to use the 1:1 translation of the equivalent Sardinian expressions.
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    Inoltre, ho audito speso "a noi due" ( nous deux en franais); come mai voi l'usate tanto?

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    Quote Originally Posted by templumForasticus View Post
    Inoltre, ho audito speso "a noi due" ( nous deux en franais); come mai voi l'usate tanto?
    Non saprei, un modo di dire normale in Italiano. Potrebbe essere tradotto come "to both of us".


    1. Penso spesso a noi due. - I think often about us
    2. A noi due non ci piace il pesce. - Both of us don't like fish.
    3. A noi due! - Now we solve it between us.


    La stessa espressione pu anche essere usata in Sardo (con le dovute differenze).


    1. Penso meda a nois duos. - I think often about us
    2. A nois duos no nos pighet su pische. - Both of us don't like fish.
    3. A nois duos! - Now we solve it between us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mens-Sarda View Post
    Non saprei, un modo di dire normale in Italiano. Potrebbe essere tradotto come "to both of us".
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    1. Penso spesso a noi due. - I think often about us
    2. A noi due non ci piace il pesce. - Both of us don't like fish.
    3. A noi due! - Now we solve it between us.

    Questo, questo senso. quella roba talmente frequente, talmente audita, che non esiste in spagnolo


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