Filler-words in spoken Italian?
In casual, spoken English, there are certain "filler-words" which are very common, but don't really add much to the actual meaning of the sentence. For example: "like, you know..., look....".The same thing seems to exist in Italian. I want to a) confirm that this true, b) find out what the common filler-words are.For example, are these common filler-words?: - guarda (look) - dai (come on now) - sai (you know)What other Italian words or expressions would be in this category?