Category Archives: Italian language school

Vicenza

No, not Venezia (Venice), Vicenza!   A lot of people apparently get these names mixed up and the fact that they are located not far from each other doesn’t help!  The school organized an outing to Vicenza for Saturday so … Continue reading

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Sirmione, Lago di Garda

Sirmione is a lovely little town (commune) situated on a small peninsula, just 4 kilometers long, that juts into the southern end of Lago di Garda, the largest lake in Italy. The school organized a trip for us to visit … Continue reading

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The Duke and The Liar

It was another rainy day in Verona on Monday and looks like the weather may be poor for a couple of days.  Good thing I chose rain boots over a professional dye job last week. 🙂 Several of my classmates … Continue reading

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Sweetbull

Today we had an entertaining moment that caused us to bite our tongues for a minute or two. My l’insegnante, Enrico, was trying to explain the definition of ‘adatto’ to us today and we just weren’t getting it.  As there … Continue reading

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Padova (Padua) – parte due

To finish recounting my trip to Padova: The “Prato della Valle” in Padova is the biggest piazza in Italy and one of the (if not the) biggest in Europe. It is a huge green ellipse surrounded by a canal/moat and … Continue reading

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Padova (Padua to you Yanks!)

The school organized an outing to Padova on Sunday which I very much enjoyed. Padova is known for such things as being the setting of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, for having a University more than 800 years old … Continue reading

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Vice versa

“Vice versa” is a Latin phrase that exists in both Italian and English (thank God!), although pronounced a bit differently!  🙂 I use the phrase in this post as I saw the funniest show on MTV about an Italian guy … Continue reading

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