In this article we are going to talk about the Tecnica dell’Imitazione (Imitation technique), a technique divided into 3 steps, which consists in learning a foreign language by copying native speakers, in every way: pronunciation, intonation, pauses, gestures and even facial expressions. In fact, the combination of these verbal and non-verbal elements forms the basis of every form of communication, therefore this technique has roved to be very effective for learning foreign languages!
Being persuasive, convincing people to do what we want is a skill that brings a lot of benefits, although morally questionable, therefore doing that is up to you. However, for information purposes, we are going to show you some sentences that are used to persuade people!
In Italy, there are many regions and capitals, but not everyone knows them or remembers how many there are and what they are called. For this reason , in this article, we are going to see them all, starting from Southern Italy and, gradually, moving up to the North!
In bocca al lupo è is certainly the most used and renowned Italian expression and its meaning is quite simple: it’s used to wish someone good luck, best of luck! However, many people don’t know the origin or how to reply to this expression. Therefore, in this article, we are going to answer these questions, once and for all!
Those who study Italian should remember that every language is closely related to its culture and a way to be always updated on the culture of a Country is finding information especially through newspapers. For this reason we are going to list the 10 most popular Italian newspapers from the least to the most sold and famous.