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La bruschetta

26 febbraio 2010 Commenti chiusi

Invitare i propri amici a casa è una tradizione dell’ospitalità italiana.
Una serata a casa propria può essere organizzata in maniera molto semplice, giusto per il piacere di stare insieme.

Inviting our friends at home is a tradition of Italian hospitality.
An evening at your place may be organized in a very simple manner, just for the pleasure of being with your friends.

To practice Italian this week we invite you to read and cook…….. PRACTICE HERE: Italian/English Version

Para practicar el idioma italiano esta semana te invitamos a leer y cocinar… PRACTICA AQUÍ: Versión Italiano/Española

(please note: this activity will be available for visitors for 30 days from publication. CyberItalian members have continued access to all activities).

Ascoltare e testare (listen and test)

12 febbraio 2010 Commenti chiusi


Nei corsi di CyberItalian trovi dei suggerimenti per la pronuncia corretta. Inoltre, le nostre “Guide alla Pronuncia” sono sempre disponibili per pronunciare qualsiasi parola o frase desideri sentire.
Regole generali: le parole italiane terminano con una vocale. Tutte le vocali in una parola devono essere articolate e pronunciate chiaramente. Verifica le tue abilità di ascolto con l’esercizio seguente.

In the CyberItalian courses you will find the necessary tips for a correct pronunciation. Moreover, our ‘Pronunciation Guides’ are always available to pronounce any word or sentence you wish to hear.
General rules: Italian words end with a vowel. All vowels in a word should be clearly articulated and pronounced. Check your listening skills with the following exercise.

To practice Italian this week we invite you to listen and test…….. PRACTICE HERE: Italian/English Version

Para practicar el idioma italiano esta semana te invitamos a escuchar y testar… PRACTICA AQUÍ: Versión Italiano/Española

Pazienza, a Sicilian Mantra

10 febbraio 2010 Commenti chiusi


“Pazienza, Sicilians tell me. I’m not a patient person, but I’m beginning to suspect I’ll need some endurance to get the life I want to lead.

What is the life I want to lead, anyway?

A stop-the-world-I-want-to-get-off life, a turn-back-the-clock-a-century life. A new life. A second life.

A friend forwards an email from a British guy who is temporarily living in Italy: Anyone buying any kind of property in Italy needs counseling. I send my deepest sympathies to the lady in Sicily…”

An interesting insight on life in Sicily (and other parts of Italy). I recommend this blog:

baroquesicily.com

Enjoy it!

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