If Chiara is a name then why does it say, "clear" or "bright"? Is that the name's meaning? (Like Alice means Noble, Jadzia means Warrior Princess, Tsukiko means moon etc)
I have a friend named Chiara, and yes she is Italian. I knew it was a name, but since it had a definition, I was trying to translate the "phrase" and got it wrong. :(
Well I bluffed my way past that one. What the heck does this mean? Chiara is a person, I assume?
I got it wrong because my name is Kiara (in Spanish and in English is the same) and once a professor told me that in Italian was Chiara but the correct translation is Clara. My name is nonsense!
If you listen carefully to the sentence, the name Chiara is pronounced KIARA as the wine Chianti is pronounced KIANTI, I would take Chiara to translate, if one must do so to Clair (a word which in French means clear) Does this make sense?
So I got that the right answer is "Goodbye Clara". Since when do you translate someone's name when speaking in a other language? Surely her name is Chiara not matter what language you're speaking to her?
I don't understand when arriveferci is.. Until we meet again, and when it is goodbye.
I wrote kiara and they said it is fault. Buy I don't know how you write chiara
I got this wrong for the spelling of the name Chiara, which I spelled as Kiara. The name hasn't shown up previously in the lesson, and names are very individualized.