Three Italian sentences about good luck and bad luck

Three Italian sentences about good luck and bad luck

The concepts of good luck and bad luck probably exist in every culture. In Italy we use Italian sentences related to good luck and bad luck quite often. When something goes bad for someone or when something goes well for someone, we immediately react by using words linked to good luck or bad luck. So, I think that knowing some of these Italian sentences can help you improve your Italian a little bit. Let’s start from Italian sentences related to good luck. GOOD LUCK There are many ways you can talk about good luck in Italian. You can read about…

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Italian cities to visit in winter: Bolzano

Italian cities to visit in winter: Bolzano

If you’re still unsure about the destination to choose for your winter holidays, Italy can be a good choice. Indeed, winter can be the perfect time to be in Italy since the most famous Italian cities are usually free from summer crowds. There are many Italian cities you can decide to visit in Winter but if you want to spend some time near the mountains, and don’t mind having people around, Bolzano is definitely a popular destination – and not only for its famous Christmas markets. Let’s see some of the things you can do if you decide to visit…

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Christmas in Italy. Five reasons why I love it

Christmas in Italy. Five reasons why I love it

Natale sta arrivando, Natale sta arrivando!!! Ok, ok, lo so, sono grande ormai, non dovrei eccitarmi come una bimba di sei anni, ma sai una cosa? Non m’interessa, sono superfelice! Christmas is coming, Christmas is coming!!! Ok, ok, I know, I’m a grown-up, I shouldn’t be as excited as a six-year-old, but you know what? I don’t care, I am super happy. Il Natale è l’unico giorno dell’anno che mi fa quasi amare l’inverno, che mi fa quasi dimenticare quel tempaccio freddo di cui godiamo spesso nel nord Italia. Christmas is the only day in the whole year that makes…

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Five things about Italians that surprise first-time visitors

Five things about Italians that surprise first-time visitors

During my lessons I meet people from all over the world. Some of them have already visited Italy at least once, some others, instead, haven’t done it yet. People who did go to Italy, have usually different stories to tell. So, today I’ve decided to write about some of the aspects they didn’t expect to find in Italy. Here are five things about Italians that might suprise first-time visitors 1. Italians never go out with wet hair I was actually surprised to hear that someone, somewhere in the world – not in Italy, that’s for sure – is brave enough…

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Italian events in November

Italian events in November

Did you know that every month there are special Italian events in every part of Italy? Isn’t it awesome? Let’s see some of the events you can join if you happen to be in Italy in November. 1. Barter week This is the first of the Italian events happening in November that is worth mentioning. The barter week happens every year in November since 2008 and offers you an incredible occasion: to stay in a B&B in Italy for free. It seems like a dream, isn’t it? But there’s a catch. In exchange for a free staying you have to…

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