I'm in Pimsleur's Italian 2, lesson 17 and they say something I can't figure out.
All I have is the audio (they don't supply transcripts), and it sounds to me like "L'amore non si tutto" and they say it means "Love above all", but that doesn't make sense to me -- in fact, it seem to me to mean the opposite: "Love is not everything"
I tried searching without success for this and various other phrases which sound the same to my ear, such as "L'amore nunsi tutto", "L'amore non situtto", "L'amore nonsi tutto" -- all of which I'm sure are laughable to an Italian reading this. But that's where I'm at in my learning. Thanks for any help.