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Asked an Italian native and she said you could say the following: Buon compleanno Auguri di buon compleanno Felice compleanno Tanti auguri Auguri Tantissimi auguri (di buon compleanno) Etc
Do Italians sing the traditional Happy Birthday song? If so what are the words to it?
Could I also say "buono compleanno". It seems like spanish: they have the word "bueno", but sometimes, they use "buen" before some words. I don't get it the use of it.
Doesn't it becomes "buon" when it appears before the noun it's modifying? That's the usage note I get on Wiktionary. That would work like in Spanish, as peteraasch says: "buen" if it goes before the noun, "bueno" if it goes after.
Yes some people say that apparently
Why is "compleanno" pronounced like in Spanish: cumpleanos? Or this the speakers choice?
It seems that this particular speaker has a very "closed" [o] that sounds very close to [u], but the correct pronunciation is [com...], not [cum...]