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Discover 5 Fantastic Books To Read In Italian

Looking for great books in Italian to read? If you are an advanced Italian learner and love reading, it’s important to find some lovely books in Italian to read in your free time. Reading in Italian is not easy, however, if you are proficient in Italian it’s a great way to expand your vocabulary and […]

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Things To Do During The Winter Lockdown

How are you facing your winter lockdown? Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are in the middle of the winter lockdown: staying at home after such a long time can be a bit upsetting, but actually there are many things to do! Planning some activities at home is very important to enjoy your free time […]

How do you say vaccine in Italian - online Italian resources

Italian Word Of The Week: Vaccino

Nowadays we have tons of online Italian resources to learn! Using online Italian apps or different resources is really great to commit to a daily routine and improve your skills. Why don’t you try to learn new words to use in everyday conversation so you can improve your Italian? Taking inspiration from the most common […]

Italian learning is a great New Year Resolution

New Year’s Resolution For Your Italian

Are you starting your Italian learning experience? Your Italian learning journey is about to start and it’s important to think about your New Year’s Resolution. Learning a language is a fantastic choice, but we need to make it the most effective possible! The first step to take is committing to regular classes: either group lessons […]

Detox January

Detox January: Top 5 Online Resources

Have you started your Detox January? After the Christmas break most people start a Detox January to get back in track choosing to have healthy food and a good fitness routine. Turning away from restrictive diets, people rediscover the pleasure of natural, organic food and appreciate some movement to start the new year with the […]

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The Festival of the Three Magic Kings in Spain

Differently from other Christmas traditions, in Spain the most important festival for children is the Fiesta de Los tres Reyes Magos (Festival of the Three Magic Kings) on January 6, also known as Epiphany. The Christmas Day is also celebrated as in the whole Christian world but children receive only a small gift, waiting for […]

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What Quando Il Gatto Non C’è I Topi Ballano Means In Italian

“Quando il gatto non c’è, i topi ballano” is a lovely Italian idiom that we use a lot! The first time that you hear someone saying “Quando il gatto non c’è, i topi ballano“, you might be a bit confuse. This idiom is extremely common in Italy and sometimes people say only the first half because […]