Yes, they're similar, but there's a reason why we still use the Italian terms - if I want to cook using prosciutto, I simply cannot substitute ham and get the same result.
prosciutto is most definitely ham, the one you thinking of like parma ham is prosciutto crudo (raw ham)
I think it's may be putting too fine a point on it to change the quiz over; anyone who knows what gelato and ice cream are will be able to relate the two. So just an interesting FYI; eat gelato because it's richer... but better for you! 🍨👅
People are projecting their American or British worldview onto Italy.
Can any native speakers specify if you use the word "arugula"? Perhaps also state where you are from.
About biscotto I think biscuit is a better translation than cookie (which is mainly used for American cookies).
yo quizmaser are you the creator of jetpunk? like the ceo or smth? woah thats so cool
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