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Subject: Italian

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How does Italian compare to English?

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It's important to remember each language has its own sentence structure and rules, and comparing can often make things more difficult. However, there are a lot of romance language influences within the structure of English. That being said, Italian follows the same sentence structure as English with Subject, Verb, Object.

Subject: International Studies

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What is the difference between the United States government and Italy's political government?

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The two governments differ greatly. For starters, the US is a democracy with two-party system, while Italy is parliamentary republic with a multi-party system. In addition to this, the US has a president who is the head of state, while Italy has a president and a prime minister. In Italy, the prime minister is the head of state, while the president is arguably more of a figure head.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is the standard English sentence structure?

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The standard English sentence structure is Subject, Verb, Object. I (Subject) like (Verb) food (object).

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