Fare o non...?

Fare o non…?

The italian verb fare (= to do, make) or far before a consonant, is used in a great number of idiomatic expressions where the English…

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FoodArt

FoodArt

How about a short course focused on Italian art history? And how about another one in which the preparation of some Italian food is presented…

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Pasqua alle porte!

Pasqua alle porte!

Le giornate più lunghe e soleggiate, la temperatura dell’aria, il venticello fresco e le piogge d’aprile testimoniano l’arrivo della primavera e della Pasqua.  Dopo il…

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Conoscere vs sapere

Conoscere vs sapere

The English verb to know is a bit tricky in Italian because you can translate it as conoscere or sapere and the two Italian verbs…

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A cavallo!

A cavallo!

Animals play a big role in our lives and our close relationship with them is reflected in the language and culture. La più grande gioia…

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