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Gli intraducibili

By Claudia Quesito Let’s talk about “the untranslatables,” i.e. Italian words, expressions, and sayings that...

Food Certifications

By Claudia Quesito Italian food and cuisine need no introduction; they are universally well known. Being famous...
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Four Ways Children’s Literature Helps Language Learning

By- Kelli Drummer-Avendano By the time children start kindergarten, they will know approximately 5,000 words...

Past Tenses: Passato Prossimo Versus Imperfetto

By- Claudia Quesito The main tenses used to talk about the past are passato prossimo (present perfect), imperfetto...

Italian Design

By Claudia Quesito Together with the unavoidable food, design is one of the Italian icons, known and celebrated...

La Street Art in Italia

By Claudia Quesito Virtually everywhere around the world, street art has a controversial history. Often born as an...

Il linguaggio dei fiori

By- Claudia Quesito Few things are as universal as flowers. Their magical beauty, joyful colors, and intoxicating...

Le parole più usate dagli italiani

By Claudia Quesito According to Treccani—the most famous and influential Italian encyclopedia—Italian boasts...

7 Ways to Celebrate Languages in the Classroom

By Kelli Drummer-Avendano Whether you want to promote the benefits of multilingualism or make English language...

Dirlo con i colori

By Claudia Quesito Italian has a number of expressions and sayings based on colors. To start, farne di tutti i...