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San Giuseppe: Let’s Celebrate Father’s Day In Italy

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 papΓ ). Italy is […]

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What Chi Dorme Non Piglia Pesci Means In Italian

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 […]

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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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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 […]

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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 […]

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The Nativity Scene: A Great Neapolitan Christmas Tradition

Do you know how important is the Nativity Scene in the Italian culture? Well, I daresay that the PresepeΒ (Nativity Scene) is the symbol of Christmas in the Neapolitan tradition. If you have ever been to Naples, in Italy, you must have gone to San Gregorio Armeno: a lovely street in the city centre famous for […]