Blog Posts - Italian Language



Step by step

When the students come in groups, they usually come for just one week, so we do not have time to present the city, the school, and the (infinite) the possibillities of fun and interest in Florence; therefore we prepare an information … Continu...
by italian in italy on Jun 5, 2012

Sinking in the Italian Language Learning Through Grammar and Conversation

Do you really want to learn Italian language and learn it in a systematic way? In fairness to all the learning methods a learner can apply, taking Italian language courses is the most definite way to learn Italian and allow it to sink in to completel...
by Abroad Languages Blog on May 29, 2012

Learning Italian Language a Door to Italian Work Force

Learn language and prosper in your future. To become a bilingual has much to offer. Different countries usually have different languages and dialects. For those who are planning to involve in the work force in Italy, learning Italian language can be...
by Abroad Languages Blog on May 22, 2012

Survival Phrases to Start Learning Italian Language

Survival, I think this is the best word to describe the phrases learners are interested to know especially when they travel to a foreign country. When they choose to go to Italy, they really need to survive there; survival in a sense that at least, t...
by Abroad Languages Blog on May 8, 2012

50 Italian Phrases for Discovering and Learning Italian Language

    Interested in learning Italian language? There are so many things to discover and learn in this wonderful idiom, but we have to take the learning one topic at a time. And to share one of the numerous topics to effectively learn language...
by Abroad Languages Blog on May 1, 2012

Ten useful and interesting signs in Rome

Street signs, placards, new signs, old signs – I photograph them all when I travel. Sometimes they represent interesting cultural differences, sometimes they’re just useful, and sometimes the photo is just a placeholder to give context to...
by Italy Beyond the Obvious on Apr 27, 2012

Ten useful and interesting signs in Rome

Street signs, placards, new signs, old signs - I photograph them all when I travel. Sometimes they represent interesting cultural differences, sometimes they're just useful, and sometimes the photo is just a placeholder to give context to the rest of...
by Italy Beyond the Obvious on Apr 27, 2012

Ten useful and interesting signs in Rome

Street signs, placards, new signs, old signs - I photograph them all when I travel. Sometimes they represent interesting cultural differences, sometimes they're just useful, and sometimes the photo is just a placeholder to give context to the rest of...
by Italy Beyond the Obvious on Apr 27, 2012

There is an Edge on Italian Language Schools

“It’s no use learning a phrase in Italian if you are not able to use the words again because you don’t know what they mean.” True. We honestly cannot learn or even master Italian language when we only depend on learning its phrases. These may...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Apr 13, 2012

Word of the Day – “Biglietto”

How do we pronounce this one, you ask? Has the odd G + L + I + E combination got your tongue in knots? Simply say, “beehl-yeht-toh.”  No, not “big-lee-etto”. No. No. No!  Don’t even think about it! You’ll make my...
by Not Just Another "Dolce Vita" on Mar 31, 2012

通信教育コース

by italian in italy on Mar 22, 2012

Word of the Day – “Primavera”

The uccelli are chirping, the sole is shining, amore is in the air… Signore e signori, today is the first day of spring!  Just in case you hadn’t guessed, primavera is the Italian word for the season spring.  And after having suffered...
by Not Just Another "Dolce Vita" on Mar 20, 2012

Tuscany’s Odd Mascot: Il Cinghiale

When someone says Tuscany (Toscana, for you Italian speakers) what comes to mind? The rolling hills – check! Or the iconic cipressi (cypress trees) – certo! The world renowned wine (vino) – of course! And the fields of sunflowers...
by Not Just Another "Dolce Vita" on Mar 17, 2012

A Glance At Some In The Characteristics That Define Luxury Furnishings

This ominous essay is starting to be starting for a most closer demeanour during a series of a characteristics conclude hooker furniture. This essay is additionally expected to be deliberation multiform necessary things which folks contingency demean...
by Home Improvement Blog on Mar 10, 2012

Happy few in Pienza

  A (very) special activity, for the students of the Corso Pluriennale, students who are at Scuola Toscana since many months and who have already been everywhere … almost.   And also an activity meant for the Tuscany addicted, who never g...
by italian in italy on Feb 29, 2012

Italian electronic dictionaries: an update

Several years ago I had written a couple of posts on the Italian dictionaries available online or on CD: Patches for Italian dictionaries on CD-Rom and English-Italian dictionaries: CD-ROMs and online After almost six years, someone wrot...
by About Translation on Feb 27, 2012

We Found Love…

Graffiti love in Venezia  Representing all the things I love about Italy in the place I love the most.   “Cicci, rethink it! I love you!” Pleading graffiti in Sorrento. Bacio chocolates, a worldwide favourite with a little pearl of sag...
by Not Just Another "Dolce Vita" on Feb 14, 2012

Enjoyable Courses for Young Learners to Learn Italian Language

Italian language learning does not respect age at all. No matter how young—or old a learner can be, to learn Italian language is suitable to all ages. Besides, our language school has specialized courses fit for both young and old alike. There is a...
by Abroad Languages Blog on Feb 12, 2012

Work in progress, again

As promised, the works started one years ago are going on. Here you see the second floor of the school – this is the very place where everything started, almost 23 years ago. Here we had the reception desk (which … Continue reading →...
by italian in italy on Feb 11, 2012


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