Between 500,000 and 3 million.
Actually, macaroni is a mispelling of Italian maccheroni (mah-kker-own-ee). The reason CCHE changed to CA is because most Americans have trouble believing that CH before I or …E in Italian is pronounced as a K sound. ("What??? NO WAY!!! I thought Italian was pronounced EXACTLY like English!", said the millions and millions of close-minded Americans.) The examples are too many to list, but most musical, cooking terms as well as ghetto terms are from Italian. By ghetto, I mean: ghetto bimbo bordello fiasco mafia vendetta baretta and others....yes, every American's favorite Italian words! The mafia ones!
Italian = Italiano
Oddly enough, just 3 or 4. Actually, 10's of thousands.
More than 350 thousand words are there in Sanskrit (संस्कृतम्) Language.
Every letter in English, except for J, K, W, X, Y.
They are both descended from Latin
There is no definite answer to this question, because there is a lot of "words" that arent classified as a word. but there are approxximately 988,968 words in the english lang…uage.
Verbal and written communications of insular and peninsular Italy are what Italian languages are. The main language is Italian, but with local and regional variations. Other l…anguages reflect the interactions across Italy's borders with Austria, France, Slovenia, and Switzerland.