"La nostra pasticceria è piccola."
Translation:Our bakery is small.
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There are involved different culinary traditions: in Italy there aren't bakeries! If I'm not wrong at the Anglo-Saxon bakery you can buy cakes, puddings, muffins, meat pie.. sweety and salty things, anything "baked". Traditionally you can't buy creams or jellies in a bakery, do you?
In Italy, "panetteria" is where you buy bread (a lot of type of bread) and nothing else (maybe some biscuits, of course nothing with meat); "pasticceria" is where you buy only sweets: cakes, creams, tiramisù, biscuits, fingerfoods, candies, chocolate etc. (nothing salty and no bread); "gastronomia" is where you buy all the rest "baked" (lasagna, roast beef, meat pie etc.)
I don't know how duolingo chose the right answer.. it depend on the context, I think.
Ma questo non è vero!! C'è uno sbaglio qui! Vedi: 'la pasticceria' non è 'the bakery', però significa 'a confectionery' (= a store, where the sweets are sold!)! La traduzione esatta per 'the bakery' (= a store, where the bread is sold!) è 'la panetteria' ("Il nostro pane quotidiano.." = "Our daily bread..") o ancora meglio 'il panificio'. Siccome non c'è di pochissima sbagliata qui, è proprio e davvero così! ;)
The translation that Duo give as "correct" is totally wrong.
Pasticceria is in italian language a shop where you can buy pastry and cakes (usually with the production inside even sometimes they don't bake inside but only sell ).
There correct translation of bakery is "panetteria" a shop where is sold and a lot of time is made the bread.
Even if sometimes the shop called "panetteria" is the place where cakes, and cookies and pastry are bake and sell , pizza and flat bread are baked and sold the name bakery is connected with the place where the bread is bakes and sold.
Bread = Bakery Panettteria o Banettiere
Pastry and Cakes = Pastry shop Pasticceria
Well, then maybe cake shop shouldn't be shown as a translation for the word. Either that or it should be accepted as a correct answer.
I mean Italian to English. "La nostra pasticceria è piccola." to "Our patisserie is small"
Since the English language borrow a lot of words and "patisserie"is one of them, why is it that the owl took a heart from me for it? I mean if it is really "bakery" then "panetteria" is much better than "pasticceria". "Panetteria" sounds more correct especially if you run it through Spanish which uses "panaderia" for bakery.
Besides "patisserie" is the closest thing to "pasticceria" the English language could cough up and is even in the Oxford Dictionary.