Italian is full of terms referring to food or music.

Most of the time, Italian follows the /ä/ = a   /ā/ = e   /ē/ = i   /ō/=o   /ū/ = u vowel scheme. Watch out for double letters (belladonna, falsetto, illuminati) and /g/ often being spelled gh.  /ts/ is usually zz (think pizza), /ē/ at the end of a word is occasionally (provolone is the only example on Spell It!), and /sh/ is sc 90% of the time.

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