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Everything you need to know to discover the language and culture of Italy!
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Buon fine settimana con proverbio! Today's Italian saying is about springtime.

Italian Proverb il 21 di maggio. Learn Italian with Italian Proverbs! This Italian saying is a comparison of springtime and the importance of people treating each another with kindness and understanding.

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Learn Italian holidays and special sayings that go with them! Buona Festa della Mamma!

Learn Italian with one of the common Italian sayings children use to remember Mothers Day!

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How to talk about Italian movies and love... in Italian!

In the dialogue for this blog, we listen in on a telephone call between two good Italian friends who are sharing thoughts about a famous Italian movie. The movie is about a love story that takes place during World War II. Common idiomatic expressions used…

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Italian phrases we use EVERY day! Learn Italian with Italian phrases: What I saw...

Learn Italian - with Italian phrases we use every day! Part 1: What I saw in Italian. If we learn how to incorporate "commonly used phrases" when we speak Italian, we will be able to express ourselves more easily and quickly. We will be on our way to…

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Learn Italian - with Italian phrases we use every day! (Part 7) How I feel... in Italian .

Learn Italian - with Italian phrases we use every day! (Part 7) How I feel... in Italian.When Italians want to describe how they feel, they use the verb "sentirsi," and this is the verb that will be the topic of our blog today. If we learn how to…

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Learn Italian - with Italian phrases we use every day! (Part 8) I don't feel well...

Learn Italian - with Italian phrases we use every day! (Part 8) I don't feel well... in Italian. When Italians want to describe they are feeling sick, they use the verb "sentirsi." The Italian verbs "fare" and "avere" are also used to express why we are…

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Italian traditions for San Martino - a saint celebrated in Italy on November 11 each year.

San Martino is a well-loved saint celebrated in Italy every year on November 11. Read all about how the holiday is celebrated in Venice on our guest blog from "La Venessiana" today.

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Learn Italian with Italian Proverbs! Things are not always as good as they seem - in Italian!

Italian Proverb il 18 di novembre. Learn Italian with Italian Proverbs! This Italian saying describes how things may not always be as good as they seem to the outsider...

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Learn Italian - cognates with English have a common origin and a similar meaning in Italian.

Learn Italian - cognates with English have a common origin and a similar meaning in Italian. English/Italian cognates can be the best friend of one who is trying to learn either language.  But beware!  Not all words that sound alike have the same meaning…

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Italy’s Ciro Immobile lays stunned after Sweden eliminated Italy Monday. Photo NBC News The Abbey Theatre Irish Pub sits on a corner of one of the narrow, windy streets near Piazza Navona. Rome doesn’t have sports bars, and this is about as close as it…
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