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“In bocca al lupo” – Italian Idiomatic Phrase

Description of Informant AG (18) is an Italian-American dual citizen and high school student from Berkeley, CA. At home, she speaks primarily Italian, and spends her summers in Italy. —  Phrase Original Text: In bocca al lupo. Phonetic: N/A Transliteration: Into the mouth of the wolf. Free Translation: [See Collector’s Reflection] Responses: (1) Che crepi…. Continue Reading »

Three Little Piggies- Bedtime Story

Main piece: “There is the story about the three little pigs. They are brothers and there is a lazy lazy one, a lazy one, and a hard-working one. They build three houses. Each one builds one house, all out of different materials. One of them built it really quick and was like ‘yeah whatever’, the… Continue Reading »

The Boy Who Cried Wolf- Children Story

Main piece:  “There was a boy who was a shepherd. The boy would get very bored watching the sheep all day, so he decided to yell out that there was a wolf amongst the sheep one day. All the villagers came in a hurry to find out that there was no wolf. The next day the… Continue Reading »

Aralez

“The Aralezs are a kind of mythical creature from Armenia. To put it simply, they are essentially like a cross between a dog or a wolf and an eagle, so basically a dog with wings. Legend has it that they live on Mount Ararat, which is pretty much the most sacred landmark to Armenians. They… Continue Reading »