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Archive for December, 2021

Countdown to 2022 Posted by on Dec 30, 2021

Ciao a tutti!  Buon anno! Happy New Year! To end 2021 we are going to countdown the top 10 Italian blogs of the year. But first, an Italian poem to celebrate the New Year: All’anno nuovo Teresa Romei Correggi “Anno nuovo, benvenuto! io di cuore ti saluto. Che cos’hai nel tuo fardello? Hai del brutto…

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Italian Christmas Songs Posted by on Dec 24, 2021

Ciao a tutti! Buon natale a tutti voi! Merry Christmas to all of you! I wanted to share some Italian Christmas songs to enjoy this season, please add some more in the comments below. “Il Tamburino” (Little Drummer Boy) Sulla strada, pa rum pa pam pam (On the road) Un tamburino và, pa rum pa pam pam (A little drummer…

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Nursery Rhymes in Italian Posted by on Dec 17, 2021

Ciao a tutti! What better way to learn a language than through catchy songs? Nursery rhymes and songs are one way we introduce children to language, so I wanted to share some common ones in Italian below. 😊 Share it with any little ones that may be in your life, or enjoy it on your…

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La neve che mai si accumula – The snow that never drifts Posted by on Dec 10, 2021

Ciao a tutti!  Although the winter solstice isn’t until December 21, the weather may have us thinking differently lately. As the season is right around the corner, I wanted to share a poem in both Italian and English – La neve che mai si accumula (The snow that never drifts) – Emily Dickinson. Tra le…

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I love you, I like you, in Italian Posted by on Dec 3, 2021

Ciao a tutti! Come state? How are you all? Today let’s look at home to express your feelings for that special someone in your life – in Italiano! Piacere – to like (to be pleasing to..) (Tu) mi piaci – I like you (lit. you are pleasing to me) ⚠ Piacere is conjugated much differently…

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