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Alcun+altra va con l'apostrofo?

Credo proprio che la scrittura giusta sia con l'apostrofo. Ad esempio così dice il vocabolario Treccani: si scrive perciò un uomo, un angolo, nessun altro, alcun amico, buon appetito (e non un’uomo, ...
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Come migliorare lo scritto in italiano?

La cosa più semplice che puoi fare è leggere molto, scegliendo testi di generi diversi: dagli articoli di giornale ai romanzi. In questo caso, prediligi opere moderne e contemporanee ai classici della ...
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What is the Italian equivalent of The Chicago Manual of Style?

I am not sure there is a single Italian style guide accepted or used by all or most in the publishing industry (I am not sure this is the case for English either, at least if we consider together AmE ...
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What did Italian telegraph style look like?

Instead of “non riesco” I suggest “impossibile”; it saves a word (I believe you paid telegrams by number of words) plus it renders the somewhat dramatic tone associated with telegrams in Italian. Also,...
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Any good resources on how to write better in Italian?

I have an amazing and updated suggestion for you that I have recently found out! I went to a Professional communication and writing skill class in Milano (università Cattolica) and these were the ...
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What did Italian telegraph style look like?

There aren't, as far as I know, rules for telegraph style in Italian. We just use stop when necessary, I have never seen other words for punctuation as 'comma' or 'colon'. We just omit all the words ...
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Come migliorare lo scritto in italiano?

Sono completamente d'accordo con quanto detto da @secan nella sua risposta: leggere è assolutamente necessario per acquistare la padronanza della scrittura. Ma, secondo la mia esperienza, è ...
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Quotation of Vincenzo Galilei

The answer has been found by @DaG after some chasing, and it is located on the last six lines of page 2 of Vincenzo Galilei, Dialogo della Musica Antica et della Moderna, reproduced here: Thanks also ...
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Any good resources on how to write better in Italian?

Reading (books, magazines, ...) in Italian. Write something everyday (maybes start a blog/diary in Italian). Specialized books (like Scrivere bene (o quasi). Ortografia, punteggiatura, stile, dubbi, ...
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