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Drink Like An Italian, Live Like A Spaniard, Eat Like A Greek! Nutrition. 2020-06-15 It’s likely you’ve heard something like this before whether specifically about the village of Acciaroli or another part of Southern Italy, Greece or Spain. When you share a meal with others you will likely talk a little more and eat a little slower.

“Typically Italian’s don’t like the idea of eating two starches together. However, you can use bread to wipe up the extra sauce at the bottom of the plate when finished; this is known as fare. Drink Like an Italian: An Italian Thanksgiving The holidays are here, which only means one thing: there’s lots of food and wine in our future. Between the grocery shopping, turkey prepping, and table setting, Thanksgiving can become a stressful time for everyone.

22 Ways to Eat Like A Greek Islander a region of the world where people tend to live unusually long and healthy lives—the island of Ikaria, Greece, was unknown to most Americans. A small carafe is part of a balanced Mediterranean breakfast for the centenarian residents of Ikaria, a Greek island where people reach the age of 90 at. Spaniards drink it in a glass or eat it from a bowl. Italian, and Greek, all over the world (which there aren’t). Also, I like grilled fish but that doesn’t seem to be as common as.

This article is like 50% true, I live in Ikaria. People here eat meat, especially pork, but also goat, almost daily. The majority of the bread is made with white flower, and most people drink coffee with sugar, very few without it. Fish is not popular amongst locals in Ikaria.

Well, I’m Spanish by blood and, sort of, by culture. I had a friend who is Italian-American and we both had another friend we always hung out with (it was always us 3) and him and other people have told us that us 2 (me and the It-Am) seemed more “spirited” in the ways we conducted discussion, our hot headedness, don’t have a sense of space like other people do, laid back attitude to things. Unfortunately, languages don’t come that easily to us, especially English. One of the reasons for this is that in Spain, films in most theaters are dubbed (as opposed to being in the original languages with subtitles), and that makes it difficult for us to develop a good ear and become familiar with the intonations of the language in question. We should also add that we’re terribly afraid.

Those who say Greek is very similar to Spanish HAVE not ever studied Greek in any respect. It is from Greek through Latin that SPANISH appears like GREEK, no longer the opposite direction round!!! Greek in case you imply Modern Greek, is handiest very similar to Ancient Greek.

Without Greek, there might be no vowels in different European languages.

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  • Hi everyone! If you’re currently learning Spanish, visit SpanishPod101 ( https://bit.ly/30y5qah ) for LOTS of Spanish lessons for students of all levels. A free account gives you access to hundreds of audio and video lessons with transcripts. It’s a great resource.
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  • Confirmed, when we have greek football or basketball players here in Spain they speak with almost no accent at all. The pronunciation is very similar.

  • Perdón, en otro video tuyo, que compara portugués con ruso pedí que analizaras español y griego, que ya lo habías hecho! y yo no lo sabía.

  • I’m a fluent Spanish speaker and I was in a Greek restaurant. Over the speakers they were playing some Greek pop music. Because I wasn’t really paying attention to it, since it was in the background, I thought it was music in Spanish. I had to stop and listen a bit more attentively before I realized it was not Spanish. And then I thought, “Gee, Greek sure does sound a lot like Spanish. I feel like I should know what they’re singing, but I haven’t a clue!” I was also struck by how the Greek pop music itself sounded a lot like Spanish pop. I got more than a gyro that day; I got a lesson in language too!

  • As a spanish native speaker, i saw a little similar to the spanish, i don’t understend too much when the greek person was saying.
    Como un hablante nativo del español no se noto mucha similitud con el español, el español si tiene influencia griega y tambien prestamos mismo de ese idioma pero la similitud entre las dos no es mucha en mi opinion.

  • Have you done a comparison between French French and Quebecois French? You have, probably. I think that a major difference is that, France French is very stress-timed, and Quebecois French is less so. Care to comment?

  • Ese fue el mejor ejemplo del español europeo para demostrar la similitud entre los dos idiomas? yo hubiera escogido uno de un documental -_-

  • I’m from El Salvador (Central America) but live in Canada, my boss was Greek, the greatest and most fun boss I ever had. He also used to call me “malaka” lots of times LOL. It is true, Greek and Spanish sound so similar when spoken. They are both spoken fast and loud, that’s why.

  • I allwayhs said to my teacher greek and spanish have same phonetic, because in ancient times greeks let his phonetic to iberians.

  • As a latino/spanish person… Id have to say the sound of greek words have alittle more like russian or east european type of dialect hints of it at the end.. With some of the words… But that’s just me.. Someone else could say something totally different.

  • Hola, soy española y siempre pensé u sigo pensando que el Griego suena, como dices en el vídeo, a un español inventado ( castellano). Hello, I am Spanish and I always thought and I still think that Greek sounds, as you say in the video, to an invented Spanish (Castilian)

  • Romanian: Am reușit! Am avut putere! I did it! I had power! “Reușire” is pronounced the same way, the sharp “ș” makes the Italian “sc” or English “sh” sound. I instantly knew what the Italian word “Riuscire” was. “Potere” is “Putere” to us. Se vede ca limba noastra e similara. Si vede che la nostra lingua e simile. I Love Italian!

  • im not really here for what she looks like (that said im a bloke… so.. its no bad thing) but she knits straw into gold with words…
    an its like she’s been watching my life from a far

  • Spain has a pop of 50 mil. Greece has a pop of 10 mil.
    Has 10 major dialects. Has 3 major dialects.
    The diallects are spoken. Common is only used with some dialect infuence.
    Demographics: Spanish 86.4%, Demographics:Greek 91.6%,
    Morocco 1.8%, Albanian 4.4%
    Romania 1.3% other 4% (2011)
    other 10.5% (2018 est.)
    Madrid: 6.6 mil or 13.2% of total pop Athens: 3.1 or 31% of total pop

    As a greek a can understand if someone is a foreighn or not base on his accent speaking greek. We can even detect if greeks were visiting other places for years based they way they speak.
    what i’m saying is i can understand a spanish speaker speaking spanish but the spanish speaker can not understand that i’m speaking greek.

  • Not true at all, Greek sounds like the original Latini peoples, called Italians, but influenced Sicilian language, and, it originated and are worded and sound a lot like Persian, and Anatolian peoples as they originally came from Turkey, which used to be called Anatolia. The Greeks are Near East/Middle Eastern/Latin peoples ✌��

  • Katie
    Everyone has the right to be beautiful but you are taking liberties! With that hair and that dress I cant concentrate on what you are saying!!!

  • Honestly that Greek sample sounded more like portugues or Italian to me, but European spanish sounds very odd since I’m used to American spanish

  • I’m a native Spanish speaker and always thought they sounded quite similar. It was always frustrating to listen to greek and not be able to understand much of what was said (other than the odd word borrowed from Greek to begin with). I always thought, also that Portuguese sounded much like russian, and I am glad to see that you made a video on that topic also… it means I wasn’t delusional:D.

  • I have a fun story related to this. I am from Madrid and last year, when I was in Switzerland as a tourist I found a group of Spanish tourists, so I thought I could get closer to hear something and learn a little bit…
    However, in spite of being absolutely sure that they were Spanish, I couldn’t understand a single word. Later, when I asked my friends about this, we all realized that they were Greek lol

  • SPANISH SOUNDS LIKE SOME INDIAN PHONETIC!
    GREEK SOUNDS LIKE RUSSIAN,,EVEN THEIR PROPER NAMES
    ANASTACIA
    ALEXANDER, OLGA,ARE ALL OF GREEK ORIGIN!

  • There are the intonations as well as the syllable endings, consanants, vowels and endings. I have travelled to Greece numerous times and found that Greek sounds like Spanish when during a display of excitement or a heated argument. Once I tried to find the Spanish speaking person I heard outside the apartment and found a couple in a heated argument. lol:D

  • I have a fun story related to this. I am from Madrid and last year, when I was in Switzerland as a tourist I found a group of Spanish tourists, so I thought I could get closer to hear something and learn a little bit…
    However, in spite of being absolutely sure that they were Spanish, I couldn’t understand a single word. Later, when I asked my friends about this, we all realized that they were Greek lol

  • I took a three week vacation to Greece some years ago. Before going, I learned a few Greek phrases like ‘kalimera’ ‘ti kanete’ ‘8a i8ela mia bira, parakalo’ etc. Sometimes the persons I was talking to, assumed I spoke Greek and they answered to me with long phrases and I had to say ‘Den milao eliniká’ or ‘Den katalaveno eliniká’. I wish I knew Greek because, in general, the Greek people were very kind, very friendly, but I couldn’t have a conversation with them. Spanish is my language and I can say that the Greek and Spanish phonetics are, if not the same, 95% the very same.

  • I grew up with Spanish but not the Spain Spanish so some of the accents don’t come normally to me. The way Spain’s Spanish sounds is really beautiful especially with the lisps that come with c and heavy emphasis on g compared to Spanish from Latin America ��

  • As a native Spanish speaker, Greek sounds almost exactly as Spanish. If I heard somebody speaking from a few meters away I don’t know if I could tell the difference. It’s the cadence, the vowels the sound if the r in the middle of words… how we ended up sounding the same… I do not know, but we do.

  • When i moved to america i would talk to this Mexican girl and would teach each other words from our languages. She was the only person who could properly pronounce greek words.

  • Yes I have been many times thinking that spanish sounds like greek. I watched recently a tv programme over a spanish who went to taste greek kitchen with spanish speaking greek people with whom she speaks and the accent was the same, greeks do not make efforts to have a spanish accent because they have it naturally

  • I just was learning the alphabet and was thinking Spanish J, jota, reminded me of Greek iota. In the conversation clips, the tone of Greek reminds me of Portuguese more.

  • I think you should have said “why Spanish sounds like Greek” not “why Greek sounds like Spanish”. Because Greek is an ancient language. Spanish has Greek words, not Greek does have Spanish words….! It may seem strange, but I have heard a Spanish song that talks about Athens, and it has a lot of Greek words in it… and yes, I can almost understand.
    And in the verb “I do” Greek was first, from the ancient…
    I’m not saying it for bad of course!!!

  • Ancient Greeks were Albanians ���� PROOF———> Aphrodite = Afer dita = Near day Hera = Era —-> Wind Rhea = reja —-> Clouds. Demeter = Dimer—> Winter Hestia = Vjeshta —-> Autumn Apollo = Apelon —-> Appeal Poseidon= Posedon —-> Owns Macedon = Madhe Djell —> Big Sun Alexander = Aj ka le Ander —-> Born a dream Philip 2nd = Princi 2 —>Prince 2nd Alexander the Great is Philip the 3rd Herodotus = Era e dites —>Day Wind Aristotles = Ari do te le —>Born Gold Pericles = Pari ka le —-> First Born Hercules = Hekur ka le —> Iron Born Achilles = Nga quilli ka le —-> Born in The Sky Medusa = Me Dy Sy -> With 2 eyes Oracles of Pythia = Ora ku e Len Nje Pytje ——> Time to ask a Question Delphi =Selvije —-> A most beautiful women Together it says —-> Time to ask the most beautiful women a question. Olympia = E Lumt Shpia —> Glories House Odyssey = UDHES —-> Travel Pandora = pun dore —-> Handmade Zeus = ZEU & Zot —> Voice & God Pegasus = Prej nga Zeus ——> Comes from Zeus I can go on forever, Greek is a fake county… Arvanites: Live in Greece for thousands of years, and speak ���� Arbëreshë: Live in Italy for thousands of years, and speak ���� Arnavut: Live in Turkey for thousands of years, and speak ���� Alexander’s Hunza & Kalash people: Live in Pakistan for thousands of years, and use Albanians words ���� All of this people have more then 50% greek DNA Where are the Greek Speakers, that settled somewhere in the World, for thousands of years, and speak Ancient Greek????? WAKE UP GREEKS!!! ANCIENT GREECE SPOKE ALBANIAN!!!”

  • I never heard Greek until coming to Europe. As native Spanish speaker I can attest to the similarities in sound between these two languages. I was confused as to why I was hearing Spanish but not understanding a single word ������ Greek screws with my head.

  • Ancient Greeks were Albanians ���� PROOF———> Aphrodite = Afer dita = Near day Hera = Era —-> Wind Rhea = reja —-> Clouds. Demeter = Dimer—> Winter Hestia = Vjeshta —-> Autumn Apollo = Apelon —-> Appeal Poseidon= Posedon —-> Owns Macedon = Madhe Djell —> Big Sun Alexander = Aj ka le Ander —-> Born a dream Philip 2nd = Princi 2 —>Prince 2nd Alexander the Great is Philip the 3rd Herodotus = Era e dites —>Day Wind Aristotles = Ari do te le —>Born Gold Pericles = Pari ka le —-> First Born Hercules = Hekur ka le —> Iron Born Achilles = Nga quilli ka le —-> Born in The Sky Medusa = Me Dy Sy -> With 2 eyes Oracles of Pythia = Ora ku e Len Nje Pytje ——> Time to ask a Question Delphi =Selvije —-> A most beautiful women Together it says —-> Time to ask the most beautiful women a question. Olympia = E Lumt Shpia —> Glories House Odyssey = UDHES —-> Travel Pandora = pun dore —-> Handmade Zeus = ZEU & Zot —> Voice & God Pegasus = Prej nga Zeus ——> Comes from Zeus I can go on forever, Greek is a fake county… Arvanites: Live in Greece for thousands of years, and speak ���� Arbëreshë: Live in Italy for thousands of years, and speak ���� Arnavut: Live in Turkey for thousands of years, and speak ���� Alexander’s Hunza & Kalash people: Live in Pakistan for thousands of years, and use Albanians words ���� All of this people have more then 50% greek DNA Where are the Greek Speakers, that settled somewhere in the World, for thousands of years, and speak Ancient Greek????? WAKE UP GREEKS!!! ANCIENT GREECE SPOKE ALBANIAN!!!”

  • native greek speaker here, I never thought of spanish sounding like greek, and still after this video I dont lol, I find more similarities with Japanese especially the way both greek and japanese pronounce things.

  • I am torn because on one hand she’s wearing a native american headress around a fire performatively which is problematic while on the other hand I am the fucking intro and exerludewhich almost made me cry.

  • Si è’possibile, ma non meglio mi piace LA Pizza con le mani e’ piu buona o forse perche io sono specialista Dela pizza ��������❤️����cioti xolidhs

  • Thanks for that very clear explanation. I nearly missed it now YouTube has stopped sending emails to my inbox. I’ll have to make sure I visit your channel in future.

  • PLEASE PLEASE do video every single day I really like all your videos. I did watch all of them I really enjoy and I’m learning Italian at the moment and I like it when you go to the street and do an interview with people really gooooood:)

  • Im a Spanish speaker and today I had a family from Greece getting services with me and other co workers of mine at a spa. I was understanding parts of there conversation. It was awesome.

  • When i moved to america i would talk to this Mexican girl and would teach each other words from our languages. She was the only person who could properly pronounce greek words.

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  • ad esempio: Io posso capire quasi tutto che state dicendo! Ma, non riesco mangiare la trippa Napoletana; la trippa Fiorentina si, ma la trippa Napoletana, non ci riesco!

  • POSSO:-)) chiedere per favore qual è la colonna sonora di sottofondo al minuto 3:55 quando Matteo scrive alla lavagna?
    MAGARI:-))) la riascolto tutta…
    Grazie in anticipo, video come sempre molto interessante anche per gli italiani…

  • Non posso non lasciare un commento dopo aver guardato questo bellissimo e divertente video. Grazie a voi, adesso riesco a capire abbastanza meglio l’italiano. Grazie mille!:)

  • actually i was watching elite 3 days straight watching nothing else and barely listening to my own language (greek) so when i was finished watching it i had a side effect listening to my own language and thinking they were talking spanish xD i have no idea how that happened but i am greek and it affected me so i know that they do sound very similar

  • Io pensavo che panzerotto si usasse solo in Puglia,invece è utilizzato anche a Milano e Napoli.E io che come uno stupido per farmi capire usavo “calzone”.

  • India has has a lot of versality that any other country lack every indivisual in India respect other person and Indian respect cow for that u have to study vedic literatures

  • E difficile per me parlare italiano. Non riusco. Non. Ci non posso! Ma, grazie per l’aiuto. Oppure “l’aiute”? I don’t know. And how do you type with accent marks?

  • una piccola eccezione al vostro bel video, in cui posso e riesco sono usati quasi come sinonimi nella stessa frase: ” non riesco proprio a guardare quel film. Non posso farcela”

  • Ciao! Io invece ho avuto il problema che sentivo il verbo riuscire tante volte, ma non riuscivo a capire il suo significato. Ci sono delle parole il cui significato può essere difficile da dedurre. (:

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    ෆේයි කුල් දෙස බැලුවායඇගේ දෑස් පුළුල් විය ඇය ඇගේ ඇඟිලි ක්ලික් කළාය භයානක මාමාගේ සිද්ධිය මගේ මාමා ටෙස්කෝ වෙතින් ලාභ ලබා ගත්තා මතකද

  • Avete detto basicamente che per usare riuscire, esiste solo qualche difficoltà. Ma, sarebbe corretto dire che ‘riuscire’ significa che esiste qualcosa esterna?
    Come
    Non riesco dormire perché c’è rumore

  • There are the intonations as well as the syllable endings, consanants, vowels and endings. I have travelled to Greece numerous times and found that Greek sounds like Spanish when during a display of excitement or a heated argument. Once I tried to find the Spanish speaking person I heard outside the apartment and found a couple in a heated argument. lol:D

  • You guys are natural teachers, but i appreciate that you are also stretching a bit and using effective pedagogical methods. Recalling examples with clips from prior episodes, intentionally using a vocabulary word or grammatical structure repeatedly in context, interviewing native speakers, explaining two ideas separately and then together to illustrate the contrast, all with a nice touch of humor. Bravo.

  • Io imparo L’italiano 3 mesi fa, sono molto contento di guardare gli vostro videi, sicuramente ce mala ortografía ma imparo grazie a queste errori, Pasen buen día!!

  • 1. Io, invece, riesco ad alzarmi alle 6, lo faccio tutti i giorni.
    2. Purtroppo non posso assaggiare la pizza italiana perché non sono in Italia e non ci sono mai stata.

  • Non sottovalutare il potere dell’immagine, Mike /// Sono stato assassinato I’altra notte, posso dimostrarlo.
    Avevo bisogno di riuscire in qualcosa. / Quando sono ubriaco riesco a sopportarmi.

  • Posso capire l’italiano benne, quindi sono riscuto a capire la lezione. So che posso vivere senza “Easy Italian” ma non ci riesco. In realtà non posso perchè mi piace il dramma.
    bel lavoro ragazzi!

  • This song is the best thing that ever happend in my life but the featherthing in the end in not right with all the american flag and guns around it it gives a wrong impression

  • im not really here for what she looks like (that said im a bloke… so.. its no bad thing) but she knits straw into gold with words…
    an its like she’s been watching my life from a far

  • I’ve been out on that open road
    You can be my full time, daddy
    White and gold
    Singing blues has been gettin’ old
    You can be my full time, baby
    Hot or cold

    Don’t break me down
    (Don’t break me down)
    I’ve been drivin’ too long
    (I’ve been drivin’ too long)

    I’ve been tryin’ too hard
    (I’ve been tryin’ too hard)
    With one pretty song
    (With one pretty song)

    Chorus:
    I hear the birds on the summer breeze
    I drive fast, I am alone in the night
    Been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble
    But I, I’ve got a war in my mind

    So, I just ride, just ride
    I just ride, I just ride

    Dyin’ young and I’m playing hard
    That’s the way my father made his
    Life an art

    Drink all day and we talk ’till dark
    That’s the way the royal dons do it
    Light to the dark

    Don’t leave me now
    (Don’t leave me now)
    Don’t say goodbye
    (Don’t say goodbye)

    Don’t turn around
    (Don’t turn around)
    Leave me high and dry

    Chorus:
    I hear the birds on the summer breeze
    I drive fast, I am alone in the night
    Been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble
    But I, I’ve got a war in my mind

    I just ride, just ride
    I just ride, I just ride

    I’m tired of feelin’
    Like I’m f*ckin’ crazy!
    I’m tired of drivin’

    Till I see stars in my eyes
    All I’ve got to keep
    Myself sane, baby
    So I just drive, I just ride

    Chorus:
    Hear the birds on the summer breeze
    I drive fast, I am alone in the night
    Been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble
    But I, I’ve got a war in my mind

    I just ride, just ride
    I just ride, I just ride

  • This song is a masterpiece. I love Lana’s voice calling out that she’s tired of feeling like she’s fucking crazy and tired of driving til she sees stars in her eyes…I have felt this way before and feel her power when I listen to this song, like I know her struggle, being lost amongst humanity with nothing but no one and traveling recklessly to fill the void. Powerful. I just love it.

  • I don’t find any hope in this song. It chronicles a life of emptiness and broken dreams stitched together by brief ecstatic moments heading inevitably to ruin. It’s a beautiful song but it’s tragic, not uplifting.

  • POSSO:-)) chiedere per favore qual è la colonna sonora di sottofondo al minuto 3:55 quando Matteo scrive alla lavagna?
    MAGARI:-))) la riascolto tutta…
    Grazie in anticipo, video come sempre molto interessante anche per gli italiani…

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  • lets be seriouse.. spanish food isn’t that great, it’s when someone makes it very well or that special place where your going to eat it that makes it out of this world. Lots of beautiful people around you, very nice location, something you have never tried before, a few longostinos, or cigala at Cortez ingles specialty store. I had morcilla made with honey and raisins in Valladolid. It was something special. But most places will be disappointing just like anywhere in the world. I am sure eating in Australia is a dream, if your in the right place eating the right thing. Spanish Tortilla is awsome, if they make it juicy with lots of onions but i am not into that anymore. I am trying to stay away from potatoes, unless they are cold because that is resistant starch. So a russian salad would be great. Do you like eating in Serrano? or barrio Salamanca? I am sick of drinking beer, i like Mau, it’s really good, but why do i have to drink anything alcoholic, now that i am older, younger i wanted to drink and be drunk, no problem. now it’s a need for something really good, great cognac, there is one that is so rich in caramel flavor. Spain without a car sucks you have to run from metro to metro and walk 5 hours, which is so healthy. How i long for being in mallorca, or Malaga. Europe use to be so cheap when the dollar was strong. Now it’s so expensive. Best thing in Spain, the weather and friends. Los angeles has nice weather, but friends are rare.

  • Posso guardare i vostri video tutti i giorni senza annoiarsi.
    Non ci riesco a vivere senza.:)

    (Grazie per i lezioni! Siete davvero BRAVISSIMI!)

  • I love the beginning intro, reminds me of a documentary of her life of some type of poetry that revolves around her life’s journey to how she got to where she’s at now.

  • Ok I haven’t been following popular music closely for about 20 years but having heard and watched a few of Lana Del Rays records and videos over the past few weeks she is streets ahead of anything else out there in terms of talent as far as I’m concerned.

  • Ciao ragazzi! Sto cercando di spiegare la parola “mica” al mio fidanzato ma ogni volta non riesco ahah non è mica facile! Ogni suggerimento è ben accetto ������

  • I start most of my working days in the morning with a good cup of coffee and this nice Jazz mix. Always give me the energy to start working and enjoying my day 😉

  • It’s a quiet mid-summer evening. The katydids, grasshoppers and crickets almost calming you down. The slight breeze from your open window, along with few silent cars passing by.

  • I know that 15K thumbs down is a very small percentage of the 63M who have listened to this, but why so many? What would people have against this that they would actually thumb it down? Maybe not their style of music, or not even their style of jazz… but to dislike it so much that they would even thumb it down?

  • I’m wearing my Pajama while studying but I feel like I’m wearing a tuxedo while drinking the most expensive vintage red wines that I can’t afford.

  • This music remains me when i was with my whiskey on the table listening jazz in a bar in New York City in the year 1985 in Flushing Queens.

  • Imagine sitting on top of a building in the city, nobody else there. And this is playing out of a nearby speaker. You look up at the starry sky with your true love to lean on. I know it will happen one day. I can feel it.

  • Hello to everyone good morning good afternoon good evening wherever you are in the world be safe peace be with you and all the blessings

    Today I’m Jamaican cafes
    A wonderful story let’s begin
    Once Upon a Time long long time ago there was a girl she was born under the wrong circumstances she was not wanted in this world and she was not considered to be a blessing to her mom or father because they were both too young to have children of course.
    Her father did not have anyone to teach him how to love respect and appreciate life and anyone around so he grew up being selfish inconsiderate and had his own idea of what a man should be.
    He was about himself nothing else his View is limited he believe when it comes to his seed pass on his loyal his inheritance boy ��
    And no responsibilities so when it came to having safe sex what do you think yes like an idiot you rely on the woman to take care of everything because he feels that is not his responsibility.
    And when it came to love he failed in every way possible God a young lady pregnant do not hang around didn’t give a damn he kept on sleeping around with other women.
    Man he left his child baby mama behind and kept on doing what he always wanted to do anything but being a real man sleeping around getting all the women pregnant and still did not live up to his responsibilities as a parent a man no conscience neurology.
    So do you see when she says to you when it comes to my father I have no recall of him in her life not like others in this world who is fortunate to have a father to guide them love them and show them the way to appreciate who they are in this lifetime

    So how can we solve this out we can say that most women in this country end up who they are because of a male influence in their life which is their father they come in and out and then they think they have made a difference and everything is all good.

    There’s a saying that everyone usually hears you can’t change a leopard spot you can teach an old dog new tricks and a father does not make a sperm so where does that leave women do not have my father love and appreciate well want to ask one and see what they say because it is a tragic but it’s not the end of the world yes we can look back and see what when Mom but is not our fault that this man who slept with a woman who created a baby that they didn’t want in appreciate the blessings and look at it as a mistake and then just went their separate ways and whenever they feel like it come back into your life and try to be a father and then drops you like it was yesterday news and then pick you up and the process starts over as a woman I was in no thank you you can just keep on walking because I am fine yes you did not do what you’re supposed to do and yet I still survive I kept on moving I found a way to be the woman I should have been I know thanks to you I still am here and I will keep on doing what I need to do in this world I will not all a grudge you are not have any power over me so I forgive you, because you are not the man you should have been to be a father to have a blessing like me in your life thank you for your service but no thank.

    Until next time be safe appreciate yourself and keep on achieving your goal

  • The arrangements just have the perfect balance for adherence to the original melodies and harmonization with jazz breaks to keep it from getting too predictable.

  • Hey Walter, I was not offended so it is ok. I cant understand the outburst now. My uncle was an athiest for many years and passed away last year but not before he gave his life to Jesus and confessed he was angry and could not understand many things. At the end he could not deny that someone created us and the world and that he could not deny. The painters canvas says it all. Someone was here. Good Luck in life and hope things change for the better for you. Primo

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  • I love taking off my boots and socks, roll up my pants, lite a joint, and water my plants while listening to this soothing music. ����

  • I don’t even like to eat small snacks on the go because you can’t enjoy them, I can’t imagine eating a whole meal while walking! Why do you do that to yourselves?

  • I love my Brit-Mediterranean snack which is eggy bread with salami and olives. De-lish!

    PLUS the cooking smell lingers in ths kitchen.

    Oh and btw they drink tons of neskwik because their milk is generally UHT hence needs flavouring. Normal fresh milk tastes better and healthier!!

  • The tortilla de patata is NOT a “spanish omelet” in the United States. A spanish omelet in the U.S. has no potatoes, and has tomato sauce, onions and green peppers. Completely different dish.

  • And depending on the region in Spain you have very good food from there. For exemple, in Valencia is not so common the Tapas, I mean, yes, we have but not like Madrid, Extremadura…. is not so good as them. But in the other hand we have rice everywhere.. dozens kinds of rice and we eat them some days a week.

  • Tem Brasileiro aqui?
    Fiz um canal onde falo de música, filmes, representatividade e etc… e também falo bastante da Lana, por motivos de amor maior ❤️ vão dar uma olhada lá e se inscrevam pra me ajudar a entrar no programa de monetização e continuar fazendo conteúdo! ❤️❤️ Obg desde já!! ��

  • So this is a video for people that are not Spanish to let them know how to eat like a Spanish person but 90% of the comments are from Spanish people? ��

  • Colacao always in summer with cold milk, so it doesn’t mix well so u can feel the chocolate bubbles ���� and when there are no more chocolate bubbles but still have some milk left, then u add another spoon �� of Colacao ��

  • Españ[email protected] “ No has tenido un infancia feliz, si no has tomado ColaCao de pequeño” es un dicho popular ��������
    La tortilla de patata y cebolla es la típica y la más consumida: pero existen la tortilla de bacalao, de espinacas, chorizo, paisana… etc…

  • Aceite de oliva de la variedad Arbequina…dulce y afrutado…muy recomendado para los que se quieran iniciar en el consumo de nuestro aceite de oliva.

  • Nesquik and Cola-cao aren’t healthy, they’re just sugar with chocolate flavor.

    When I was a child my mom gave me colacao every single breakfast and “merienda”, with more sugar… damn 80’s!!!! ��

  • I never knew that Spaniards ate so many beans and lentils. How do they prepare them? In dishes mixed with many other ingredients or just plain?

  • I saw she mentioned Colacao and I had to check the comments to see if the nesquik/colacao discourse had arrived here
    Anyway I love your videos so much! There’s so many things I was aware of (like eating on the go) but never thought it’d be a cultural shock to lose it haha
    Great work!

  • Hey Elyce! Now that a new year is about to start you’d go to a sidrería in Astigarraga (near San Sebastián). Cider season is between mid January and April and that is a whole new experience, mainly the ones where there are no chairs to sit down so you’ll master the art of eating standing.

  • yes it,s they sound very similar, cause latin got many words from greek and spanish got many words from latin other words 3 are related….

  • believe me YouTube recommends me this video from last 4 to 5 months..but I ignored everytime…finally i watch it n its worth of watching

  • That was really hilarious…and fluffy when u tried to speak in Indian accent, u really did sound like Bengali…. That was too good buddy….
    And yes it was not that offensive…
    Inspite of being an indian, i liked the way you said (the way they s’d be told in a standup comedy) things about india….��������
    And those German segment was epic….

  • Your idea about cow is rubbish…..U know nothing about india…we have a great feelings about cow because it gives us milk also we live together in same house. We worship cow and other animals too.Thats the reason why we dont eat cow…. Although some other religions persons do eat cow but we hindu specially dont eat cow…Red meat consumption is one of the main reasons of cancer.Come to india(Bharat) and meet me i will tell u what is india and what we love so much about india….

  • It’s Germans time???

    So how does this goes?

    Like who’s instructing you guys on when you should make jokes about Vietnamese, Russians, Chinese, French Germans and so on?

  • Never been to India but I have driven in Cebu and it’s the same. A regular 2 lane highway with the familiar lines but the traffic is 5 wide! Beep beep I’m passing on the left, beep beep I’m passing on the right, beep beep I’m coming right at.. I loved it!

  • The “blood of Jews” one was a brutal one. I laughed so damn hard. I love dark jokes but I still have limits. That one was on the edge.

  • Chilis came to Europe/Asia from the Americas (especially South America)… so Mexico should probably get credit for that one. Potatoes too, lol. Since 500 hundred years have gone by since the Portuguese spread the joys of capsaicin around the world, everyone forgets.

  • Hahaha i love indian ppl from cancun we in the hoteles as waiter take families order and the older guys and moms are so nice they tell me how my life is in cancun and they tipo good!!! God Bless them all your invited to México always

  • India has has a lot of versality that any other country lack every indivisual in India respect other person and Indian respect cow for that u have to study vedic literatures

  • india is not a third world country. it is not a poor country. the western media fails to report india’s growth. US is losing to china and india, UK has become insignificant, so western media first look at your weak countries before you criticize india

  • Hi everyone! If you’re currently learning Spanish, visit SpanishPod101 ( https://bit.ly/30y5qah ) for LOTS of Spanish lessons for students of all levels. A free account gives you access to hundreds of audio and video lessons with transcripts. It’s a great resource.
    And if you’re interested in Greek, check out GreekPod101 ( https://bit.ly/2RsYkjd ).

    And if you want to improve your English, visit their sister site EnglishClass101 ( https://bit.ly/2ND6rsl )!

    I’m an active member on several Pod101 sites, and I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as I do!

    (Full disclosure: if you sign up for a premium account, Langfocus receives a small referral fee. But if I didn’t like it, I wouldn’t recommend it, and the free account is pretty good on its own!)

  • Confirmed, when we have greek football or basketball players here in Spain they speak with almost no accent at all. The pronunciation is very similar.

  • Perdón, en otro video tuyo, que compara portugués con ruso pedí que analizaras español y griego, que ya lo habías hecho! y yo no lo sabía.

  • I’m a fluent Spanish speaker and I was in a Greek restaurant. Over the speakers they were playing some Greek pop music. Because I wasn’t really paying attention to it, since it was in the background, I thought it was music in Spanish. I had to stop and listen a bit more attentively before I realized it was not Spanish. And then I thought, “Gee, Greek sure does sound a lot like Spanish. I feel like I should know what they’re singing, but I haven’t a clue!” I was also struck by how the Greek pop music itself sounded a lot like Spanish pop. I got more than a gyro that day; I got a lesson in language too!

  • As a spanish native speaker, i saw a little similar to the spanish, i don’t understend too much when the greek person was saying.
    Como un hablante nativo del español no se noto mucha similitud con el español, el español si tiene influencia griega y tambien prestamos mismo de ese idioma pero la similitud entre las dos no es mucha en mi opinion.

  • They do sound quite similar but if I heard the Spanish in the beginning in public I would think that they were speaking Spanish and if I heard the Greek I wouldn’t think that they were speaking Spanish. I am a Midwestern American by the way and I have had no exposure to Greek and very little exposure to Spanish.

  • Ese fue el mejor ejemplo del español europeo para demostrar la similitud entre los dos idiomas? yo hubiera escogido uno de un documental -_-

  • I’m from El Salvador (Central America) but live in Canada, my boss was Greek, the greatest and most fun boss I ever had. He also used to call me “malaka” lots of times LOL. It is true, Greek and Spanish sound so similar when spoken. They are both spoken fast and loud, that’s why.

  • I allwayhs said to my teacher greek and spanish have same phonetic, because in ancient times greeks let his phonetic to iberians.

  • As a latino/spanish person… Id have to say the sound of greek words have alittle more like russian or east european type of dialect hints of it at the end.. With some of the words… But that’s just me.. Someone else could say something totally different.

  • Hola, soy española y siempre pensé u sigo pensando que el Griego suena, como dices en el vídeo, a un español inventado ( castellano). Hello, I am Spanish and I always thought and I still think that Greek sounds, as you say in the video, to an invented Spanish (Castilian)

  • Just a quick question, when you go to the supermarket, are you able to speak in Spanish with the staff in case of needs? ☺️ Because people at the the supermarkets as a general “rule” they are not be able to speak foreign languages… ��

  • They do sound quite similar but if I heard the Spanish in the beginning in public I would think that they were speaking Spanish and if I heard the Greek I wouldn’t think that they were speaking Spanish. I am a Midwestern American by the way and I have had no exposure to Greek and very little exposure to Spanish.

  • Spain has a pop of 50 mil. Greece has a pop of 10 mil.
    Has 10 major dialects. Has 3 major dialects.
    The diallects are spoken. Common is only used with some dialect infuence.
    Demographics: Spanish 86.4%, Demographics:Greek 91.6%,
    Morocco 1.8%, Albanian 4.4%
    Romania 1.3% other 4% (2011)
    other 10.5% (2018 est.)
    Madrid: 6.6 mil or 13.2% of total pop Athens: 3.1 or 31% of total pop

    As a greek a can understand if someone is a foreighn or not base on his accent speaking greek. We can even detect if greeks were visiting other places for years based they way they speak.
    what i’m saying is i can understand a spanish speaker speaking spanish but the spanish speaker can not understand that i’m speaking greek.

  • I grew up with Spanish but not the Spain Spanish so some of the accents don’t come normally to me. The way Spain’s Spanish sounds is really beautiful especially with the lisps that come with c and heavy emphasis on g compared to Spanish from Latin America ��

  • actually i was watching elite 3 days straight watching nothing else and barely listening to my own language (greek) so when i was finished watching it i had a side effect listening to my own language and thinking they were talking spanish xD i have no idea how that happened but i am greek and it affected me so i know that they do sound very similar

  • “Posso, posso, posso stringerti la mano e dirti cose che non posso dire in italiano” ma con questo video si che posso �� complimenti per il lavoro dalla Spagna ragazzi.

  • I’m a native Spanish speaker and always thought they sounded quite similar. It was always frustrating to listen to greek and not be able to understand much of what was said (other than the odd word borrowed from Greek to begin with). I always thought, also that Portuguese sounded much like russian, and I am glad to see that you made a video on that topic also… it means I wasn’t delusional:D.

  • Im a Spanish speaker and today I had a family from Greece getting services with me and other co workers of mine at a spa. I was understanding parts of there conversation. It was awesome.

  • yes it,s they sound very similar, cause latin got many words from greek and spanish got many words from latin other words 3 are related….

  • Noi americani non possiamo venire in Italia in questo periodo. E per questo motivo non riesco a raggiungere livello C 1 in italiano.

  • Honestly that Greek sample sounded more like portugues or Italian to me, but European spanish sounds very odd since I’m used to American spanish

  • I took a three week vacation to Greece some years ago. Before going, I learned a few Greek phrases like ‘kalimera’ ‘ti kanete’ ‘8a i8ela mia bira, parakalo’ etc. Sometimes the persons I was talking to, assumed I spoke Greek and they answered to me with long phrases and I had to say ‘Den milao eliniká’ or ‘Den katalaveno eliniká’. I wish I knew Greek because, in general, the Greek people were very kind, very friendly, but I couldn’t have a conversation with them. Spanish is my language and I can say that the Greek and Spanish phonetics are, if not the same, 95% the very same.

  • Not true at all, Greek sounds like the original Latini peoples, called Italians, but influenced Sicilian language, and, it originated and are worded and sound a lot like Persian, and Anatolian peoples as they originally came from Turkey, which used to be called Anatolia. The Greeks are Near East/Middle Eastern/Latin peoples ✌��

  • As a native Spanish speaker, Greek sounds almost exactly as Spanish. If I heard somebody speaking from a few meters away I don’t know if I could tell the difference. It’s the cadence, the vowels the sound if the r in the middle of words… how we ended up sounding the same… I do not know, but we do.

  • SPANISH SOUNDS LIKE SOME INDIAN PHONETIC!
    GREEK SOUNDS LIKE RUSSIAN,,EVEN THEIR PROPER NAMES
    ANASTACIA
    ALEXANDER, OLGA,ARE ALL OF GREEK ORIGIN!

  • Yes I have been many times thinking that spanish sounds like greek. I watched recently a tv programme over a spanish who went to taste greek kitchen with spanish speaking greek people with whom she speaks and the accent was the same, greeks do not make efforts to have a spanish accent because they have it naturally

  • I just was learning the alphabet and was thinking Spanish J, jota, reminded me of Greek iota. In the conversation clips, the tone of Greek reminds me of Portuguese more.

  • I think you should have said “why Spanish sounds like Greek” not “why Greek sounds like Spanish”. Because Greek is an ancient language. Spanish has Greek words, not Greek does have Spanish words….! It may seem strange, but I have heard a Spanish song that talks about Athens, and it has a lot of Greek words in it… and yes, I can almost understand.
    And in the verb “I do” Greek was first, from the ancient…
    I’m not saying it for bad of course!!!

  • Для чего Всевышний создал такое разнообразие языков?

    Ответ:  Направляя к людям пророков и посланников, Всевышний Аллах дал каждому из них определенные чудеса, которые являлись бы доказательством истинности этого призыва. Самым большим чудом пророка Адама (алейхи салям) было то, что Аллах Всевышний даровал ему знание всех языков и названий всех вещей. В Коране говорится: «Он (Аллах) научил Адама всевозможным именам» (аль-Бакара 2/31). Затем Аллах повелел ангелам назвать названия этих вещей. Когда же ангелы признали свою слабость и неспособность назвать эти имена, Аллах Всевышний сказал: «О, Адам! Поведай им об их именах» (аль-Бакара 2/33), после чего Адам (алейхи салям) назвал ангелам все эти названия и имена. В тафсирах говорится, что имена, которым Аллах научил Адама, включали в себя все языки, а также суть и свойства всех вещей. Затем Адам (алейхи салям) передал это знание своим детям, которые после его смерти расселились в разных уголках земли и стали говорить на определенном языке. И с этого времени в каждой части света стал преобладать какой-то определенный язык, а другие языки были забыты (Фахруддин ар-Рази, Тафсируль-Кабир, 2:176). Таким образом, источником всех знаний и наук, является «тааллюмуль-асма» – чудо знания всех имен, дарованное Аллахом Адаму (алейхи салям). В тафсире под названием «Ишаратуль-Иджаз» говорится о том, что упоминаемое в вышеприведенном аяте слово «аль-асма» (имена) означает суть и свойства вещей; признаки, отделяющие один предмет от другого; а также разные языки, на которых говорят люди. Однако было бы неправильным говорить о том, что все языки, на которых говорят люди сегодня, остались от детей Адама (алейхи салям). Со временем от одного языка произошло несколько других языков, а так же некоторые диалекты превратились в самостоятельные языки. И хотя существующие сегодня языки отличаются друг от друга, однако все они имеют одну основу. Однако важнейшим моментом в разнообразии языков, над которым следует задуматься, является лежащее в основе этого божественная мудрость и могущество. Различия в языках, на которых общаются люди, является одним из доказательств существования и единственности Аллаха Всевышнего.

    В одном из аятов Аллах Всевышний сказал: «Среди Его знамений – сотворение небес и земли и различие ваших языков и цветов. Воистину, в этом – знамения для обладающих знанием» (ар-Рум 30/22).

    Отличие в языках, является для людей возможностью и причиной лучше и ближе узнать друг друга. Именно в этом состоит мудрость того, что мы были созданы разными народами и племенами, и эта же мудрость заложена в наших языковых различиях.

  • I never heard Greek until coming to Europe. As native Spanish speaker I can attest to the similarities in sound between these two languages. I was confused as to why I was hearing Spanish but not understanding a single word ������ Greek screws with my head.

  • Для чего Всевышний создал такое разнообразие языков?

    Ответ:  Направляя к людям пророков и посланников, Всевышний Аллах дал каждому из них определенные чудеса, которые являлись бы доказательством истинности этого призыва. Самым большим чудом пророка Адама (алейхи салям) было то, что Аллах Всевышний даровал ему знание всех языков и названий всех вещей. В Коране говорится: «Он (Аллах) научил Адама всевозможным именам» (аль-Бакара 2/31). Затем Аллах повелел ангелам назвать названия этих вещей. Когда же ангелы признали свою слабость и неспособность назвать эти имена, Аллах Всевышний сказал: «О, Адам! Поведай им об их именах» (аль-Бакара 2/33), после чего Адам (алейхи салям) назвал ангелам все эти названия и имена. В тафсирах говорится, что имена, которым Аллах научил Адама, включали в себя все языки, а также суть и свойства всех вещей. Затем Адам (алейхи салям) передал это знание своим детям, которые после его смерти расселились в разных уголках земли и стали говорить на определенном языке. И с этого времени в каждой части света стал преобладать какой-то определенный язык, а другие языки были забыты (Фахруддин ар-Рази, Тафсируль-Кабир, 2:176). Таким образом, источником всех знаний и наук, является «тааллюмуль-асма» – чудо знания всех имен, дарованное Аллахом Адаму (алейхи салям). В тафсире под названием «Ишаратуль-Иджаз» говорится о том, что упоминаемое в вышеприведенном аяте слово «аль-асма» (имена) означает суть и свойства вещей; признаки, отделяющие один предмет от другого; а также разные языки, на которых говорят люди. Однако было бы неправильным говорить о том, что все языки, на которых говорят люди сегодня, остались от детей Адама (алейхи салям). Со временем от одного языка произошло несколько других языков, а так же некоторые диалекты превратились в самостоятельные языки. И хотя существующие сегодня языки отличаются друг от друга, однако все они имеют одну основу. Однако важнейшим моментом в разнообразии языков, над которым следует задуматься, является лежащее в основе этого божественная мудрость и могущество. Различия в языках, на которых общаются люди, является одним из доказательств существования и единственности Аллаха Всевышнего.

    В одном из аятов Аллах Всевышний сказал: «Среди Его знамений – сотворение небес и земли и различие ваших языков и цветов. Воистину, в этом – знамения для обладающих знанием» (ар-Рум 30/22).

    Отличие в языках, является для людей возможностью и причиной лучше и ближе узнать друг друга. Именно в этом состоит мудрость того, что мы были созданы разными народами и племенами, и эта же мудрость заложена в наших языковых различиях.

  • native greek speaker here, I never thought of spanish sounding like greek, and still after this video I dont lol, I find more similarities with Japanese especially the way both greek and japanese pronounce things.

  • Ciao ragazzi! Sto cercando di spiegare la parola “mica” al mio fidanzato ma ogni volta non riesco ahah non è mica facile! Ogni suggerimento è ben accetto ������

  • Si è’possibile, ma non meglio mi piace LA Pizza con le mani e’ piu buona o forse perche io sono specialista Dela pizza ��������❤️����cioti xolidhs

  • Thanks for that very clear explanation. I nearly missed it now YouTube has stopped sending emails to my inbox. I’ll have to make sure I visit your channel in future.

  • PLEASE PLEASE do video every single day I really like all your videos. I did watch all of them I really enjoy and I’m learning Italian at the moment and I like it when you go to the street and do an interview with people really gooooood:)

  • “Posso, posso, posso stringerti la mano e dirti cose che non posso dire in italiano” ma con questo video si che posso �� complimenti per il lavoro dalla Spagna ragazzi.

  • Romanian: Am reușit! Am avut putere! I did it! I had power! “Reușire” is pronounced the same way, the sharp “ș” makes the Italian “sc” or English “sh” sound. I instantly knew what the Italian word “Riuscire” was. “Potere” is “Putere” to us. Se vede ca limba noastra e similara. Si vede che la nostra lingua e simile. I Love Italian!

  • Posso guardare i vostri video tutti i giorni senza annoiarsi.
    Non ci riesco a vivere senza.:)

    (Grazie per i lezioni! Siete davvero BRAVISSIMI!)

  • I love taking off my boots and socks, roll up my pants, lite a joint, and water my plants while listening to this soothing music. ����

  • Non posso non lasciare un commento dopo aver guardato questo bellissimo e divertente video. Grazie a voi, adesso riesco a capire abbastanza meglio l’italiano. Grazie mille!:)

  • E difficile per me parlare italiano. Non riusco. Non. Ci non posso! Ma, grazie per l’aiuto. Oppure “l’aiute”? I don’t know. And how do you type with accent marks?

  • I am torn because on one hand she’s wearing a native american headress around a fire performatively which is problematic while on the other hand I am the fucking intro and exerludewhich almost made me cry.

  • Io pensavo che panzerotto si usasse solo in Puglia,invece è utilizzato anche a Milano e Napoli.E io che come uno stupido per farmi capire usavo “calzone”.

  • ad esempio: Io posso capire quasi tutto che state dicendo! Ma, non riesco mangiare la trippa Napoletana; la trippa Fiorentina si, ma la trippa Napoletana, non ci riesco!

  • una piccola eccezione al vostro bel video, in cui posso e riesco sono usati quasi come sinonimi nella stessa frase: ” non riesco proprio a guardare quel film. Non posso farcela”

  • Ciao! Io invece ho avuto il problema che sentivo il verbo riuscire tante volte, ma non riuscivo a capire il suo significato. Ci sono delle parole il cui significato può essere difficile da dedurre. (:

  • Quindi, non riesco a vivere senza pizza, ma veramente, non posso vivere senz’acqua? Giusto? I think I made a mistake. P.S. Bravissimo video! Mi piace il vostro canale moltissimo!!!

  • Avete detto basicamente che per usare riuscire, esiste solo qualche difficoltà. Ma, sarebbe corretto dire che ‘riuscire’ significa che esiste qualcosa esterna?
    Come
    Non riesco dormire perché c’è rumore

  • Noi americani non possiamo venire in Italia in questo periodo. E per questo motivo non riesco a raggiungere livello C 1 in italiano.

  • You guys are natural teachers, but i appreciate that you are also stretching a bit and using effective pedagogical methods. Recalling examples with clips from prior episodes, intentionally using a vocabulary word or grammatical structure repeatedly in context, interviewing native speakers, explaining two ideas separately and then together to illustrate the contrast, all with a nice touch of humor. Bravo.

  • Io imparo L’italiano 3 mesi fa, sono molto contento di guardare gli vostro videi, sicuramente ce mala ortografía ma imparo grazie a queste errori, Pasen buen día!!

  • 1. Io, invece, riesco ad alzarmi alle 6, lo faccio tutti i giorni.
    2. Purtroppo non posso assaggiare la pizza italiana perché non sono in Italia e non ci sono mai stata.

  • Non sottovalutare il potere dell’immagine, Mike /// Sono stato assassinato I’altra notte, posso dimostrarlo.
    Avevo bisogno di riuscire in qualcosa. / Quando sono ubriaco riesco a sopportarmi.

  • Posso capire l’italiano benne, quindi sono riscuto a capire la lezione. So che posso vivere senza “Easy Italian” ma non ci riesco. In realtà non posso perchè mi piace il dramma.
    bel lavoro ragazzi!

  • This song is the best thing that ever happend in my life but the featherthing in the end in not right with all the american flag and guns around it it gives a wrong impression

  • Have you done a comparison between French French and Quebecois French? You have, probably. I think that a major difference is that, France French is very stress-timed, and Quebecois French is less so. Care to comment?

  • I’ve been out on that open road
    You can be my full time, daddy
    White and gold
    Singing blues has been gettin’ old
    You can be my full time, baby
    Hot or cold

    Don’t break me down
    (Don’t break me down)
    I’ve been drivin’ too long
    (I’ve been drivin’ too long)

    I’ve been tryin’ too hard
    (I’ve been tryin’ too hard)
    With one pretty song
    (With one pretty song)

    Chorus:
    I hear the birds on the summer breeze
    I drive fast, I am alone in the night
    Been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble
    But I, I’ve got a war in my mind

    So, I just ride, just ride
    I just ride, I just ride

    Dyin’ young and I’m playing hard
    That’s the way my father made his
    Life an art

    Drink all day and we talk ’till dark
    That’s the way the royal dons do it
    Light to the dark

    Don’t leave me now
    (Don’t leave me now)
    Don’t say goodbye
    (Don’t say goodbye)

    Don’t turn around
    (Don’t turn around)
    Leave me high and dry

    Chorus:
    I hear the birds on the summer breeze
    I drive fast, I am alone in the night
    Been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble
    But I, I’ve got a war in my mind

    I just ride, just ride
    I just ride, I just ride

    I’m tired of feelin’
    Like I’m f*ckin’ crazy!
    I’m tired of drivin’

    Till I see stars in my eyes
    All I’ve got to keep
    Myself sane, baby
    So I just drive, I just ride

    Chorus:
    Hear the birds on the summer breeze
    I drive fast, I am alone in the night
    Been tryin’ hard not to get into trouble
    But I, I’ve got a war in my mind

    I just ride, just ride
    I just ride, I just ride

  • This song is a masterpiece. I love Lana’s voice calling out that she’s tired of feeling like she’s fucking crazy and tired of driving til she sees stars in her eyes…I have felt this way before and feel her power when I listen to this song, like I know her struggle, being lost amongst humanity with nothing but no one and traveling recklessly to fill the void. Powerful. I just love it.

  • I don’t find any hope in this song. It chronicles a life of emptiness and broken dreams stitched together by brief ecstatic moments heading inevitably to ruin. It’s a beautiful song but it’s tragic, not uplifting.

  • With this song she transforms the mess of life into a work of art. So then everything is okay. This is my forever anthem. Got me through bullshit in my life countless of times. Thank you so, so much, Lana.

  • Quindi, non riesco a vivere senza pizza, ma veramente, non posso vivere senz’acqua? Giusto? I think I made a mistake. P.S. Bravissimo video! Mi piace il vostro canale moltissimo!!!

  • Tem Brasileiro aqui?
    Fiz um canal onde falo de música, filmes, representatividade e etc… e também falo bastante da Lana, por motivos de amor maior ❤️ vão dar uma olhada lá e se inscrevam pra me ajudar a entrar no programa de monetização e continuar fazendo conteúdo! ❤️❤️ Obg desde já!! ��

  • This is my recent ex’s favorite song and I listen to it just to remember her because this song is totally about her soul. sad pepe.

  • I love the beginning intro, reminds me of a documentary of her life of some type of poetry that revolves around her life’s journey to how she got to where she’s at now.

  • Ok I haven’t been following popular music closely for about 20 years but having heard and watched a few of Lana Del Rays records and videos over the past few weeks she is streets ahead of anything else out there in terms of talent as far as I’m concerned.

  • Katie
    Everyone has the right to be beautiful but you are taking liberties! With that hair and that dress I cant concentrate on what you are saying!!!

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  • I start most of my working days in the morning with a good cup of coffee and this nice Jazz mix. Always give me the energy to start working and enjoying my day 😉

  • It’s a quiet mid-summer evening. The katydids, grasshoppers and crickets almost calming you down. The slight breeze from your open window, along with few silent cars passing by.

  • I know that 15K thumbs down is a very small percentage of the 63M who have listened to this, but why so many? What would people have against this that they would actually thumb it down? Maybe not their style of music, or not even their style of jazz… but to dislike it so much that they would even thumb it down?

  • I’m wearing my Pajama while studying but I feel like I’m wearing a tuxedo while drinking the most expensive vintage red wines that I can’t afford.

  • This music remains me when i was with my whiskey on the table listening jazz in a bar in New York City in the year 1985 in Flushing Queens.

  • Imagine sitting on top of a building in the city, nobody else there. And this is playing out of a nearby speaker. You look up at the starry sky with your true love to lean on. I know it will happen one day. I can feel it.

  • Hello to everyone good morning good afternoon good evening wherever you are in the world be safe peace be with you and all the blessings

    Today I’m Jamaican cafes
    A wonderful story let’s begin
    Once Upon a Time long long time ago there was a girl she was born under the wrong circumstances she was not wanted in this world and she was not considered to be a blessing to her mom or father because they were both too young to have children of course.
    Her father did not have anyone to teach him how to love respect and appreciate life and anyone around so he grew up being selfish inconsiderate and had his own idea of what a man should be.
    He was about himself nothing else his View is limited he believe when it comes to his seed pass on his loyal his inheritance boy ��
    And no responsibilities so when it came to having safe sex what do you think yes like an idiot you rely on the woman to take care of everything because he feels that is not his responsibility.
    And when it came to love he failed in every way possible God a young lady pregnant do not hang around didn’t give a damn he kept on sleeping around with other women.
    Man he left his child baby mama behind and kept on doing what he always wanted to do anything but being a real man sleeping around getting all the women pregnant and still did not live up to his responsibilities as a parent a man no conscience neurology.
    So do you see when she says to you when it comes to my father I have no recall of him in her life not like others in this world who is fortunate to have a father to guide them love them and show them the way to appreciate who they are in this lifetime

    So how can we solve this out we can say that most women in this country end up who they are because of a male influence in their life which is their father they come in and out and then they think they have made a difference and everything is all good.

    There’s a saying that everyone usually hears you can’t change a leopard spot you can teach an old dog new tricks and a father does not make a sperm so where does that leave women do not have my father love and appreciate well want to ask one and see what they say because it is a tragic but it’s not the end of the world yes we can look back and see what when Mom but is not our fault that this man who slept with a woman who created a baby that they didn’t want in appreciate the blessings and look at it as a mistake and then just went their separate ways and whenever they feel like it come back into your life and try to be a father and then drops you like it was yesterday news and then pick you up and the process starts over as a woman I was in no thank you you can just keep on walking because I am fine yes you did not do what you’re supposed to do and yet I still survive I kept on moving I found a way to be the woman I should have been I know thanks to you I still am here and I will keep on doing what I need to do in this world I will not all a grudge you are not have any power over me so I forgive you, because you are not the man you should have been to be a father to have a blessing like me in your life thank you for your service but no thank.

    Until next time be safe appreciate yourself and keep on achieving your goal

  • The arrangements just have the perfect balance for adherence to the original melodies and harmonization with jazz breaks to keep it from getting too predictable.

  • Hey Walter, I was not offended so it is ok. I cant understand the outburst now. My uncle was an athiest for many years and passed away last year but not before he gave his life to Jesus and confessed he was angry and could not understand many things. At the end he could not deny that someone created us and the world and that he could not deny. The painters canvas says it all. Someone was here. Good Luck in life and hope things change for the better for you. Primo

  • I’m a jazz drummer. This the stuff I play to when I’m home. Real drumming. Relaxing grooves. The beauty of these tunes for me is that I can hear and play the melodies on drums with some light touch flourishes. If I smoke a Duby I find my self at the Villiage gate in New York.

  • I’m a jazz drummer. This the stuff I play to when I’m home. Real drumming. Relaxing grooves. The beauty of these tunes for me is that I can hear and play the melodies on drums with some light touch flourishes. If I smoke a Duby I find my self at the Villiage gate in New York.

  • With this song she transforms the mess of life into a work of art. So then everything is okay. This is my forever anthem. Got me through bullshit in my life countless of times. Thank you so, so much, Lana.

  • believe me YouTube recommends me this video from last 4 to 5 months..but I ignored everytime…finally i watch it n its worth of watching

  • That was really hilarious…and fluffy when u tried to speak in Indian accent, u really did sound like Bengali…. That was too good buddy….
    And yes it was not that offensive…
    Inspite of being an indian, i liked the way you said (the way they s’d be told in a standup comedy) things about india….��������
    And those German segment was epic….

  • Your idea about cow is rubbish…..U know nothing about india…we have a great feelings about cow because it gives us milk also we live together in same house. We worship cow and other animals too.Thats the reason why we dont eat cow…. Although some other religions persons do eat cow but we hindu specially dont eat cow…Red meat consumption is one of the main reasons of cancer.Come to india(Bharat) and meet me i will tell u what is india and what we love so much about india….

  • It’s Germans time???

    So how does this goes?

    Like who’s instructing you guys on when you should make jokes about Vietnamese, Russians, Chinese, French Germans and so on?

  • 24Milion Views
    ☝️Thats The Power & Love Of The Country Called “”India����””
    Mr Fluffy It Really Takes Guts To Speak Truth About Jews In Front Of Germans..����

  • The “blood of Jews” one was a brutal one. I laughed so damn hard. I love dark jokes but I still have limits. That one was on the edge.

  • Chilis came to Europe/Asia from the Americas (especially South America)… so Mexico should probably get credit for that one. Potatoes too, lol. Since 500 hundred years have gone by since the Portuguese spread the joys of capsaicin around the world, everyone forgets.

  • Never been to India but I have driven in Cebu and it’s the same. A regular 2 lane highway with the familiar lines but the traffic is 5 wide! Beep beep I’m passing on the left, beep beep I’m passing on the right, beep beep I’m coming right at.. I loved it!

  • Hahaha i love indian ppl from cancun we in the hoteles as waiter take families order and the older guys and moms are so nice they tell me how my life is in cancun and they tipo good!!! God Bless them all your invited to México always

  • This is my recent ex’s favorite song and I listen to it just to remember her because this song is totally about her soul. sad pepe.

  • india is not a third world country. it is not a poor country. the western media fails to report india’s growth. US is losing to china and india, UK has become insignificant, so western media first look at your weak countries before you criticize india

  • Whoever came here after the last episode of unpopular opinion
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    don’t need your like or dislike, do what you want 😉
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