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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 […]
“No pegar ojo” is a lovely Spanish idiom: do you know it? We do love Spanish idiomatic expressions and “no pegar ojo” is a really lovely one! When you learn a language, one of the most difficult things to go through are idioms: sometimes the meaning is really hard to catch if you just translate […]
Have you already watched the Spanish TV series Hache on Netflix? The TV series Hache includes two seasons and 14 episodes in total. It’s set in the 60s in Barcelona and the drug trafficking story will make you hold your breath until the end! If you want to improve your Spanish, watching it is a […]
Make the most of your online Spanish tuition learning some more vocabulary to use: discover a new word per week and go through some examples!
Have you already watched the last episode of Inspector Montalbano? Inspector Montalbano is definitely one of the most famous fictional characters in Italy, created by Andrea Camilleri. Thanks to the masterful TV serie directed by Alberto Sironi, Montalbano became incredibly popular in Italy and abroad. If you want to read more about this TV serie […]
Learn how to speak Italian and improve your vocabulary learning a new word to use: read what it means and some useful examples!
On 9th April at 7pm (Italy Time) join our chat with Paolo Di Paolo! Paolo Di Paolo is a famous Italian author, journalist and critic. He started writing when he was very young and his curiosity led him to experiment every form of writing: he wrote novels, scripts for the theatre, essays, children books and […]
Have you found some Easter vocabulary during your Italian language course? Easter is one of the main topics in these days, so you might have already studied some related words in your Italian language course. However, there is a nice Easter vocabulary to discover: so many typical Easter traditions, customs and food to learn! In Italy […]