From: Mirobaldo on 5 Jun 2010 03:01
Il 03/06/2010 17:56, jvazquez(a)semavenca.com ha scritto:
> On 2 jun, 19:31, "Diabolik"<diabo...(a)nospam.com> wrote:
>>> Inghilterra (Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord) --> Inglese
> AFAIK, England and United Kingdom are different things.
> UK = England + Wales + Scotland + Northern Ireland.
> Maybe you are still right, as possibly England has no official name as
> it is part of a bigger political entity.
> "England is not an island. England is 3/5 of an island" as they say
> half jokingly.
Yes, but I don't find the official name for England except Inghilterra.
Should be "Regno di Inghilterra" but I'm not sure...
A little curiosity: "Inghilterra" in Italy traditionally for many people
is the name of the entire United Kingdom island (England, Scotland and
From: Mirobaldo on 5 Jun 2010 04:35
Il 05/06/2010 09:01, Mirobaldo ha scritto:
> A little curiosity: "Inghilterra" in Italy traditionally for many people
> is the name of the entire United Kingdom island (England, Scotland and
Sorry: pls read "entire Great Britain island (England, Scotlad, Wales)"...
[Galles is the italian name of Wales]