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Have you seen my scarf? Hai visto la mia sciarpa?
Perhaps you left your scarf in the breakfast room. Forse hai lasciato la sciarpa in caffetteria.
I'll go and ask at reception Vado a chiedere alla reception.
I'll go and see if my scarf's been handed in. Vado a vedere se qualcuno ha trovato la mia sciarpa.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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