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4 Hacks for Language Learning

By- Kelli Drummer-Avendano

You can bet that the goal “Learn a new language” is on almost everyone’s bucket list. Unfortunately, few people actually get to cross that one off. There’s no doubt that learning a language is difficult. After all, we don’t really remember how we learned our first one—it just kind of happened. And while there’s no shortcut to becoming fluent in a new language, here are some tips to help get you well on your way.

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Cities and Songs

By- Claudia Quesito

Italy boasts 7,914 municipalities, and Italians tend to be very attached to their hometowns. Unlike many Americans, Italians usually end up establishing their life close to where they are born. Many are the songs dedicated to cities: from North to South, here’s an ideal tour of Italy through a few famous melodies. 

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Higher Education

Adjectives: Form and Placement

By- Claudia Quesito

As you certainly know, attributive adjectives—words used to modify nouns—agree in gender and number with the noun they refer to. The aggettivi del primo tipo—the so-called “easy ones”—end either with –o (masculine) or –a (feminine) in their singular form, and turn respectively to –i and –e in the plural form, as in bello, bella, belli, belle.

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