|Subject: Re: French and Italian language help|
In French "to go" is "a porter". The a is pronounced like the o in on. Porter is pronounced portay.
Also, if something is farther away in a case, you can use the word "la" which means there and for something close to you "ici" (eecee) which means here.
In Italian, Vorrei (vorray) means I would like. Questo/questa are masculine/feminine for this and quello/quella are for that. There is "la", as in French. Here is qui. (kwesto/kwesta; kwello/quella; kwee). I am pretty sure "to go" is "per portare". In both languages, the phrases mean to take.
Lisa in Chicago