Non fasciarsi la testa prima di rompersela

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Today’s Parola del Giorno is the expression, non fasciarsi la testa prima di rompersela, which means Don’t cross your bridges until you come to them. The verb, bisognare, or the expression, è inutile, can often precede the expression. See the expression used below in its context:

Mamma: Come va lo studio Giorgia?

Mother: How is your studying going, Giorgia?

Giorgia: Un po’ male mamma, ho paura di non riuscire a studiare tutto il programma prima dell’esame.

Giorgia: A bit badly, mom, I am afraid that I won’t be able to study the entire program before the exam.

Mamma: Non fasciarti la testa prima di rompertela, hai ancora due settimane di tempo per studiare e memorizzare meglio i concetti.

Mother: Don’t cross your bridges until you come to them, you still have two weeks times to study and better memorize the concepts.

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