Crys tagged me, but I think I'll do my tagging on One Book, Two Book. If you read this and want to do it too, though, feel free. Just grab the nearest book and turn to page 123 and tell us the fifth sentence on the page. I suppose I kind of cheated for this tag because the closest book to me was actually Quanti Colori--yet another Italian book, we're on a roll today--which only has about eight pages but here's mine, anyway:
Sempre ci pensavano, e chiedevo anche all'Emilia, ma non si poteva capire come fossero accoppiati.
That's from La luna e i falò and it means I always thought about it, and also asked Emilia, but one just couldn't understand how they got together.
I have no idea what context it is in since I haven't read the story. It's one of Andrew's Italian textbooks so it's probably some tragic romance novel, in true European fashion. Honestly, I am surprized at some of the stuff he tells me that come from his Italian textbooks...