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Benvenuti al Sud (Welcome to the South) with Claudio Bisio

Benvenuti Al Sud – Jamm Jà!

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  • valentina

    Yeah, jamm’ jà = “let’s go”, that’s correct!

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  • Maggie

    I found your blog when searching Bagnoli Irpino’s dialect. I’ve never been there but hope to go in a few years, as my Italian great-grandparents were from there. I recently started learning Italian and now that I’ve learned about the dialect, I wonder how useful Italian will be when I am there.

    Perhaps your husband and I are cousins — I am closely related to the Chieffo, Decapua, Nicastro and Russo families, and I know those names are all common in Bagnoli Irpino now. I would love to correspond about the town if you are so inclined.

    Anyway, I like your blog, and I will be mindful of your movie recommendations.

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    • Cheri

      Maggie Ciao! I am sure you are related to my husband! How are you related to the De Capua and the NiCastro families? As to your question – probably won’t be much help but you will enjoy it. I speak OK Italian but the dialect there is very hard for me to understand!

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  • Alessandra Mannella

    Hi there, I’ve heard this film is really good and I speak italian pretty well but unfortunately I still have trouble with the dialects! Do you know where I can find it with english subtitles? I’ve checked everywhere online and am having trouble.
    (PS. I’m from Canada!)

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    • Cheri

      Magari! I don’t know if one exists. I’m sorry! The PAL Zone 2 DVD has Italian subtitles for the hearing impaired and that helped me!

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