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Italian formal) language 2 years 5 months ago #80258

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A simple curiosity, I'm working over the list of the languages and I've noted two Italian languages: the "Italian" and the "Italian (Formal)" with ID "it-formal".
What is this? Where I can find some informations?

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Re: Italian formal) language 2 years 5 months ago #80313

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It is the same as the German formal ("Sie") and informal ("Du") phrasing which is used to address different participants (customers vs. friends).

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