Have you enjoyed the Italian TV series Rocco Schiavone? The TV series Rocco Schiavone includes 4 seasons and is definitely one of the best in Italy over the past years: if you haven’t watched it and are curious to read more about the main character and the story follow this link. The fourth season came […]
Follow our live streaming with Donatella Di Pietrantonio on the 21st May at 7pm (Italy time)! Donatella Di Pietrantonio is an outstanding Italian author, currently finalist in one of the most important Italian literary prizes, called Premio Strega. She works as a dentist in Abruzzo, a region in Central Italy, but since when she was […]
Learn some holiday Italian for beginners and get ready for your trip to Italy: go through some phrases that you can use in conversation.
Ready for our live streaming with Franco Arminio on the 7th May? Franco Arminio is an Italian poet and paesologist: if you have never heard this word before is because he introduced it a while ago referring to a new discipline, called “paesology”, which is based on observing and studying the deepest soul of towns. […]
If you are interested in conversational Italian for beginners, discover our Happy Hour Linguistico, a live streaming about Italian articles!
What do Italians mean with “restare a bocca asciutta“? “Restare a bocca asciutta” is a nice Italian idiomatic expression that you can hear while you speak with Italian natives. The meaning is not straight forward, so you might need to work on it a little bit: as often happens, idioms might be unclear until you […]
Ready to celebrate the Italian Liberation Day 2021 on April 25? The Liberation Day 2021 will mark the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Italy from the nazi-fascism: on the 25th April 1945, the partisans’fight and a huge popular insurrection made it possible, ending 20 years of fascism and a terrible war which had lasted […]
Learn Italian words to expand your vocabulary and have fun: find out more about our word of the week and put it into a sentence!
Are you going to celebrate San Giuseppe this year? On the 19th March in Italy people celebrate San Giuseppe (Saint Joseph), who was the Virgin Mary’s spouse. This festivity is very ancient: apparently it was firstly celebrated around 1030 A.D. In many Catholic countries, that day is also father’s day (festa del papà). Italy is […]
Did anyone say to you “chi dorme non piglia pesci“? “Chi dorme non piglia pesci” is a super fun Italian idiom and it’s so popular that you might have already come across it…if you didn’t, you will! Everyone knows it and use it widely, so it’s important to know what it means and be able […]