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But as notions of partnership evolved over time, so, too, did the dating terms used to describe the cultural climate.
Once, you were “going steady.” Now, you’re “Instagram official.” And that’s to say nothing of the many nuanced shades of “not quite officially dating yet.” Although the ever-expanding cache of modern dating terms you see online are somewhat redundant or often seem like they’ve kind of jumped the shark (like “shaveducking,” a term for when you only like a guy for his beard), there are a few terms worth knowing in this post-human desert of intimacy.
In Switzerland it is spoken in Graubünden and Ticino cantons in the south east.
There are about 64 million native speakers of Italian worldwide, another 3 million people speak it as a second language.
In Italy in 2012 about 59 million people spoke Italian.
Half the population speak standard Italian as a native language, and the other half speak regional dialects and languages as their first languages, and Italian as a second language.
There are about 1.4 million Italian speakers in Romania, 829,000 in France, 666,000 in Switerland, 618,000 in Croatia, 272,000 in Australia, 234,430 in Malta, 50,000 in Brazil, 25,000 in San Marino, and smaller numbers in other countries [source].