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Vocabolario Utile 2

Viaggiare in Italia

Agenzia/Agente di turismo tourist agency/agent
Bagaglio luggage
Fare le valige pack one's bags
Offerta special offer
Passeggero/a passenger
Prenotare to reserve a room, flight, etc.
Prenotazione reservation
Sconto discount
Il/la turista; i turisti; le turiste tourist/tourists
Ultimo momento last-minute
Valigia suitcase
Capoluogo regional capital
Comune city or town
Frazione part of a comune
Meridionale del Sud
Provincia province
Regione region
Settentrionale del Nord
Andata e ritorno round trip
Binari train tracks
Controllore conductor
Ferrovie railways
Il posto a sedere seat
Il supplemento extra supplement for a special train
La carrozza car or carriage of a train
Sala d'attesa waiting room
Scompartimento train compartment
Atterrare (coniugato con essere) to land
Carta d'imbarco boarding pass
Decollare (congiugato con essere) take off
Imbarcare board (a plane)
La dogana customs
Scalo layover, stop
Volare to fyl
Volo flight
Andare a piedi walk/go on foot
Autobus urban bus
Autostop hitchhike
Autostrada highway
Barca boat
Crociera a cruise
Guidare to drive
Il tass"/taxi taxi
L'autocarro/camion truck
l'elicottero helicopter
La metropolitana subway
Nave ship
Noleggiare una macchina to rent a car
Pullman bus for long distances, coach
Traghetto ferry
Vaporetoo Venetian "bus"
Agriturismo an inn in the country
Camera singola/doppia single/double room
Doccia/bagno privato private shower/bath
Letto matrimoniale king-sized bed
Ostello hostel
Pensione small family-run hotel
Pernottare to stay overnight
George McJunkin the African American cowboy in New Mexico who discovered the Folsom Site in 1908.
Paleo-Indians of, relating to, or denoting the earliest human inhabitants of the Americas, from as early as 40,000 years ago to c. 5000 bc.
Folsom hunters moved constantly to maintain contact with their pray; successor of the nomadic
Archaic Indians hunted bison with Folsom points
Great Basin peoples member of any of the indigenous North American peoples inhabiting the traditional culture area comprising almost all of the present-day states of Utah and Nevada, portions of Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, small parts Arizona, Montana, and California.
Clovis peoples culture of 11,000 years ago is named for artifacts found nearby.
California people hunter and gatherers for hundreds of years after AD 1492; diversity among the people; 500 separate tribes speaking 90 languages with local dialects
Chumash a member of an American Indian people inhabiting coastal parts of southern California.
Northwest peoples built more or less permanent villages; concentrated on catching whales and large quantities of salmon, halibut, and other fish; traded with people living miles from the coast; developed woodworking skills- wood carvings that denoted wealth and status
Woodland peoples deer is their most important prey; deer gave hides and bones for clothes, weapons, needless, and tools; gathered edible plants, seeds, nuts, hickory nuts, pecans, walnuts and acorns
Created by: MarieB