Monday, December 12, 1994

How would you say "over the years" in Italian?

I'm looking for sort of the idiomatic way to say this... For example "Over the years, I have discovered that biology is my true calling" or "Over the years, fashion has become one of the most important cultural aspects of italy", etc.

Thank you!

Answer on How would you say "over the years" in Italian?

"Attraverso gli anni".
A shorter and less elegant form is "Negli anni" (literally "in the years").

Does it cost to use twitter from my cell phone?

I just set up a twitter account and I was wondering if it costs extra to do like updates through text messages. I have an unlimited texting plan so will i get charged extra when i send texts to twitter?

Answer on Does it cost to use twitter from my cell phone?

For as far as i know it doesnt cost unless you have minutes.
When i says that it means that data rates MAY apply it means that your plan may charge, if you dont have the services...(free text)
But it doesnt cost to send updates, unless your phone(as i said before) has minutes, you have a certain type of plan, you have a prepaid phone, or you have no internet services.
Hope i could help>>>