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My honest tips if you’ve never come to Italy before
If you’ve never come to Italy before you might find the following honest tips useful. We’re going to talk about bags (not designer bags), bus tickets, Italian bars, and…toilets. Ready?…
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Eight Idiomatic Phrasal verbs in Italian – I verbi sintagmatici
Do phrasal verbs exist in Italian? The answer is yes. In Italian we have some verbs called verbi sintagmatici. These verbs are composed of a verb plus a particle (accanto,…
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Italian medieval towns: Castell’Arquato
Italy has many medieval towns scattered all over its territory. One of these fascinating Italian medieval towns is Castell’Arquato. Castell’Arquato stands on a hill and is located in Emilia-Romagna, in…
What’s the difference between magari and forse?
If you’ve talked to Italians before, you’ve surely heard the words magari and forse. And maybe you’ve started to wonder if they have the same meaning or if there is…
Three movies set in Italy
Italy has incredibly beautiful landscapes, lovely and medieval towns and a rich culture, so it’s no surprise that many film directors decided to set some of their movies in Italy.…
What do figo, figata and fighetto mean?
If you have ever been to Italy and have heard some conversations Italians do, you’ve probably already run into the words figo, figata and maybe also fighetto. But what do…