CASA MARIA LUIGIA: a three-Michelin-star Experience !

In this article we’re going to put the theoretical study of Italian grammar and Italian culture aside to take you all with us in our three-Michelin-star experience! We have been to the countryside right outside the city of Modena (a city in the region of Emilia-Romagna, in the North of the Country), where Casa Maria Luigia is situated – this is the name of the villa that the Italian star chef Massimo Bottura and his wife Lara have bought and turned into a sort of hotel, a guest house to be precise.

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Everything you HAVE to know (and nobody EVER told you) about the SUBJUNCTIVE in ITALIAN

Even after going through months of learning the conjugation of the four tenses of the subjunctive mood in Italian and also learning how to use it and when to use it, we are still left with a lot of questions regarding the italian subjunctive (questions that even italians often ask). In this lesson, we are going to see 5 DOUBTS (about the SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD) that everybody had at least once in their life and for which they never had an answer. Get your pen and paper! You’re going to need to take notes!

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ITALIAN GYM VOCABULARY: words and expressions for exercising at the gym in Italy

During my lessons, many studens tell me about their progress at the gym, but sometimes it is difficult for them to express themselves because they don’t know the right vocabulary. They might have the same problem if they come to Italy and try to train in a gym. Between six-packs, treadmills and barbells, it’s not so easy to properly express yourself ! So, in this video we’re going to look at a bunch of words and expressions related to the gym world so that language will no longer be an obstacle to your fitness!

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