It's a matter of how you pronounce tz, really; and unfortunately ZZ is not always pronounced the same. IPA uses /ʦ/ and /ʣ/for the two sounds, remarking the difference respectively for voiceless and voiced on both "consonants" (though they're really just one symbol each).
An example for all: "razza" ['rat:ʦa] means "race", while "razza" ['rad:ʣa] means "stingray".
If you can get used to its weird symbol set and to the fact that the interface is only Italian, DOP is a great dictionary to use for pronunciation: all word definitions have audio files attached.
Bimba = baby girl , bimbo =baby boy , bimbi = toddlers/ very small children. The strange thing is in American slang a "bimbo" is dumb girl!! Ragazza/Ragazzo is for older children teenagers. if you want to see a group of friends both male and female. Then you just say "Ciao Ragazzi
Why does she pronounce ragazza as ragatta. Is that a mistake or how it's actually supposed to be
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