Italian-speaking


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Adj.1.Italian-speaking - able to communicate in Italian
communicatory, communicative - able or tending to communicate; "was a communicative person and quickly told all she knew"- W.M.Thackeray
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When it comes to the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, you never really know what the most precise description of the area and its people would be: is it Italian or Swiss?
In the French- and Italian-speaking parts of the country, for example, people prefer white bread; Allemanic Swiss favour darker breads.
French- and Italian-speaking Swiss also want to see their kids succeed.
Plus the fact that its use conveniently straddles the mythical R[ddot{o}]stigraben and Polenta-divides between the German, French and Italian-speaking areas and diplomatically reduces ethnic tension whenever cultures clash.
Police in the town of Brissago in Switzerland's Italian-speaking canton of Ticino said they were called to a refugee centre, after a report of an altercation after midnight.
The news comes after the Italian-speaking region of Ticin in the south of the country passed a ban on full-face veils last year.
The EOC is a group of all public hospitals operating in Ticino, a region located in the Italian-speaking region of Switzerland.
A poll in August found that 71 per cent of Swiss favour a nationwide burqa ban along the lines of one that went into effect in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino this year, covering locals and visitors alike.
com)-- International professional services group Russell Bedford has expanded its presence in Switzerland with Revigeco SA, Lugano, joining as the member in Ticino, the Italian-speaking region.
Module 1: Standalone empirical determination of the opinion weight of television, radio, newspapers and magazines, online media and social media with the help of a representative survey in the language areas of German-, French- and Italian-speaking Switzerland.
Lugano is the ninth largest city in Switzerland and lies to the south in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino.
Head coverings such as balaclavas, helmets and masks will still be permitted in the Italian-speaking region in southern Switzerland.