Parafrasi is an Italian word that means paraphrase. To paraphrase something means you are using different words or phrase to describe a quote. It doesn’t matter if the quote is from a piece of writing, a show, a person speaking, etc. You can paraphrase everything and anything, but it has to be different from the original quote. This can be quite useful when you are writing a paper, book, article, speech, or something similar. It lets you quote someone and put it in your own words. So it still has the original impact with your own flavor thrown in.
Every language on the planet can paraphrase or parafrasi. It’s useful no matter where you are from. I’ve lived in the USA and Italy. I speak both languages and when I was required to paraphrase, I was able to do it in both languages. It was useful no matter what language I was writing in. Paraphrasing is especially useful when you are in school because teachers or professors will require you to do this rather than use a direct quote. They tend to prefer it because too many direct quotes make it seem like you didn’t even write the paper while paraphrasing is better since it’s in your own words.
If you are unable to paraphrase or parafrasi on your own, there are plenty of different sites out there can help you if you are unsure of how to go about it. When I was in school I did end up doing this a lot when I was having trouble paraphrasing something. The reason for this is sometimes it can be difficult to paraphrase something on your own and using something to help you can go a long way. WHen it doubt seek some help! There is no shame in doing this at all.