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The guest authors' point of view may be different from mine, but I found these articles worth reading and think that you will also. Almost every article contains a beautiful photo (no, we didn't take them ourselves) giving you another taste of the place the article discusses. While we do not necessarily agree with each author's affirmations, we only present articles that we feel are of value. We plan to add relevant articles from time to time.
What can be more fun than an Italian beach in the summer? Learn a few choice phrases and a few rules and you can increase your pleasure.
Italian Translation Into English - A Trip To The Beach / La Spiagga
"As stated, Italy is surrounded with beaches and seaside resorts. Nearly all locations have private beaches (in some places you would struggle to find a free beach and then struggle even more for space). At these private beaches you can rent sun beds, umbrella’s, beach cabins, etc. But most will not ..."
As he promises, Massey delivers the feel of the Italian culture and way of life as well as a few choice words.
Italian Translation Into English Of The Seasons
"Another funny side I have discovered is that some of the Italians I know (boys and girls) are already planning on ..."
Monterosso Al Mare, Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera.
Bailey presents a multitude of reasons why you should consider studying in Italy. My bags are almost packed.
Study Abroad Programs In Italy
"... are some of the popular universities that offer study programs for students from abroad."
What to do? You've been travelling in Italy for quite some time and absolutely cannot bear to leave. But your last check from home is definitely your last check from home. Time to get a job. Time to read Gerace's article.
So You Want To Work In Italy: Some Practical Advice
"First, know the outlets for job postings. While many openings are never advertised because they are filled quickly, the best place to look is ..."
Cultural differences are one of the reasons that we visit foreign lands. Italy is no exception. But who would have thought that cultural differences extend to buying fruit? As Slocum's article clearly shows, they do.
Travel To Learn Italian In Italy
"...We must not wear leisure suits and track shoes. I pride myself on my cultural sensitivity, which is probably why I was so traumatized when, during one of my first outings while I went to learn Italian, a fruit monger accused me of ..."