Monday, May 19, 2014

AN OLD STORY

At last! Someone has provided the Comune of Modica with the correct translation of "centro storico". I've been telling my students that "old town" is preferable to "historic centre" for years, but few of them have believed me. One of our local newspapers isn't entirely convinced, either but I'd like to assure them it's right. Long may the old town live on!


5 comments:

Winchester whisperer said...

Brava WL!

Lee said...

Ahhhh....it feels good to be right...if you're anything like me, it doesn't happen often! Hahahahaha! ;)

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Thanks, WW. Hi, Lee. No, not often with me, either!

Trubes said...

Good for you WL...Of course you must be right, you are a 'Professeur' and Scholar, (correct my spelling, if you will), I'm too lazy to find one of my many French dictionaries...

Di..xx

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Your spelling is fine, Trubes. x

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