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Host Italian Exchange Students

Host Italian Exchange Students

HOST an Italian Exchange Student who is eager to share the Heritage, Language, and Culture of Italia! Please contact us to learn how to participate as a host family. Livio Ceppi 1-949-310-5612email: lceppi@mondoinsieme.itwebsite: www.mondoinsieme.it Fairly, there are some aspects you have to regard about health care. There are hundreds of dependable internet pharmacies that will offer legitimate discounts. For instance you can buy penicillin antibiotics that fights infection caused by bacteria. These medications will not treat some infection...

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Host Italian Exchange Students

Host Italian Exchange Students

HOST an Italian Exchange Student who is eager to share the Heritage, Language, and Culture of Italia! Please contact us to learn how to participate as a host family. Host an Italian Exchange Student.  All students are between the ages of 15 and 18  years of age, speak adequate English, and have been selected based on their maturity and character.  Students arrive with their own spending money and medical insurance coverage.  Contact Livio Ceppi for more information at 1-949-310-5612 or email at...

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Italian Calendar Months

Italian Calendar Months

Months of the Year in Italian Gennaio/January – Febbriao/February  –  Marzo/March – Aprile/April –  Maggio/May – Giugno/June – Luglio/July – Agosto/August – Settembre/September – Ottobre/October – Novembre/November – Dicembre/December   [APPIP:Error]Error: Invalid Request (file_get_contents) — Please check your Access Key ID and Secret Access Key for errors.Error: (CURL) AWS.InvalidAssociate — Your AKIAIUT2P35B2X5Q6L4Q is not registered as an Amazon Associate

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Time periods of the Day in Italian. Language Idioms

Time periods of the Day in Italian. Language Idioms

How to describe time periods of the Day in Italian. sunrise = il sorgere del sole dawn = l’alba morning = il mattino noon = il mezzogiorno afternoon = il pomeriggio evening = la sera dusk = l’imbrunire sunset = il tramonto midnight = la mezzanotte

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Fare il Ponte. Today Idioms

Fare il Ponte. Today Idioms

When a holiday falls on a Tuesday or Thursday, Italians may take that Monday or Friday off along with the holiday…it is often called making a “bridge” to the weekend … idiomatically phrased as “fare il ponte“. Festa Nazionale = National Holiday (Observed all across Italy) Giorno Festivo = Public Holiday (May be observed Regionally, Provincially, or Locally)

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