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Is there a source for ? It seems logical, but many people from his region speak the Bergamasque dialect of the Lombard language. I do think "Italian" is correct, but I'd be interested in seeing a source for that. πr2 (t • c) 18:36, 30 March 2013 (UTC)
- Hello. As a general note, after the w:it:Legge Casati, the elementary education was managed by the municipality on behalf of the State, whose only language is Italian, so it's safe to assume that everyone born after the Unity is an Italian language speaker. On the specific case, if he was educated/lucky enough to register patents and have other official relations with the public administration it means that he was able and had to do so in Italian and he had an Italian education. Actually, it's quite likely that at least since 1500 Italy has not had anyone, meeting our notability criteria, who was not an Italian language native speaker. ;-) --Nemo 14:20, 2 April 2013 (UTC)