"Di cosa parli?"

Translation:Of what do you speak?

November 21, 2013



what are you talking about is now accepted

October 12, 2014


That is a laughable translation. No native speaker of English in the US or UK talks like that.

November 25, 2014


I would, if I were being sarcastic or otherwise making merriment. ;-)

September 1, 2015


Lol. I enjoyed Soglio's comment but for a language learner, Jones_Rick is correct.

February 9, 2018


exactly! :)

April 17, 2019


No matter how many times I listened I could not get parli just something that sounded like far le

July 26, 2017


why not ¨ what are talking about?¨ or ¨what do you mean¨

November 21, 2013


You can say "What are you talking about?" (You need "you" for the subject.)

"What do you mean?" is a slightly different question.

[Native US speaker]

July 20, 2015


why not "did you say something"

September 1, 2015


too far away from the literal translation.

October 3, 2016


Very bad translation

June 14, 2019


"Stop the clutter" is a reasonable warning but your translation “Of what do you speak” is not only true and correct translation and is not the best one. “What about are you speaking?” or “what about do you speak?”, or "What are you talking about?" were not accepted :-) Duolingo-team, please arrange..

December 31, 2013


"of what do you speak" is perfectly correct English, although it sounds a little formal. "What are you talking about" is fine, but your other two suggestions sound wrong to me. "About what are you speaking" would be fine, although again a little formal, but I don't think you can switch the "about" and the "what." (Though this is my American ear - maybe Brits, Australians, or Canadians would have a different view.)

March 15, 2015


Native English speaker from Australia and I definitely agree those other two sentences don't sound correct to me at all

October 17, 2015


It seems that Duo does not employ native speakers always to supervise these translations into English.

November 25, 2014
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