Why Italians use dozens of words for simple instructions

Updated: Dec 30, 2020

In Italy, you’ll find signs about face masks with forty words in bureaucratic language, no smoking signs consisting of 109 words of legal text and simple toilet signs made up of 122 words. What reasons can we find for this in Italian society?


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