1. My father is 74 years old.
2. My potato has 74 anuses.
In Spanish, the only differences are the diacritics in año/ano and papá/papa.
According to the world, some US citizens may fantasize of, maybe pizza was born in New York, sushi in California, and Paella in San Francisco… but in reality no ;)
Incidentally sushi is Japanese, though California rolls are American and maki sushi (sushi rolls) was popularized first in the United States by Japanese immigrants. However... if you eat sushi around the world you could get Japanese-style sushi or you could get American-style sushi or you might end up with some mix of the two. (my personal favorite might be Korean-style sushi) The same cannot be said for Neapolitan-style pizza which is not popular anywhere outside of southern Italy.
To take the debate to next level: pineapple does NOT belong to pizza! Ugh, I've spoken.
1. Pizza as Americans know it evolved in New York but was born in Italy.
2. The instructions say every answer is one word. NYawk doesn't count.
By the way, if you have been in Naples and eaten pizza there, you know what real pizza is supposed to taste like!!
And "pita" (pizza).. flatbread with toppings on it such as olive oil, cheese, zatar, sesame and so on.. originated in the Balkans, Anatolia and the Levant before being brought to Neapolis (Naples) by Greek colonists.