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Dear students and friends of LearnAmo, the topic we will be discussing will be a bit different from the others, because we will not talk about grammar, there will be no exercises and we will not study Italian culture. I’ve decided to tell you a little bit more about myself, I’ll open up a little to you so you can get to know me better. On social media I asked you to ask me some questions about what you would like to know about me, Rocco, LearnAmo and our private life. Read on to find out everything!
You know, cooking is an important part of Italian culture and there are a lot of foreigners around the world who wants to recreate Italian recipes at home because Italian restaurants abroad are not always… really Italian… However, very often Italian recipes are only available in Italian, and this can become an obstacle, because even those people who have a fairly advance level of Italian do not always kwon all the verbs in the recipes. For this reason, between each step, they have to stop and look up the word in the dictionary in order to see which example best suit the context, etc. Today we’ll see the most common and important verbs that you will find in Italian recipes! Are you ready? Let’s get started right away and be careful: you may find your mouth watering!
As many know, Dante Alighieri was a great Italian writer and poet, famous above all for his masterpiece, the Divine Comedy. What many people do not know, however, is that it is thanks to him that words or expressions previously unknown or little widespread have become part of our language. That is why he is considered “the father” of our modern Italian!
We decided to visit the Pitti Palace in Florence, with its wonderful Gardens of Boboli. I don’t know about you, but we are big fans of the majestic and mighty buildings, signs of glorious times, long gone. Anyway, we’ll take you with us to the wonderful palace and its beautiful gardens. And in addition, we leave you some curiosities about these! We’re sure you don’t know all of them! Ready?
Like all peoples, we Italians have many habits and traditions that may seem absurd and bizarre in the eyes of foreigners, but for us they are absolutely normal! In this article, we will see the most interesting and fun ones! In the comments, then, you have to let me know if you have any Italian relatives or friends to whom you have seen doing these things!