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Italian Language & Culture #801660
01/19/13 08:53 PM
01/19/13 08:53 PM
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We'll be traveling to Europe sometime in the near future and I signed up to take an Italian Language class at the local high school. The class includes culture and how to order from the menu and get around as a tourist. I'm a disaster when it comes to language study but I hope to at least get my ear in tune to Italian and learn a little more about being a good tourist. smile

Re: Italian Language & Culture [Re: Angie] #801807
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Originally Posted By: Angie
We'll be traveling to Europe sometime in the near future and I signed up to take an Italian Language class at the local high school. The class includes culture and how to order from the menu and get around as a tourist. I'm a disaster when it comes to language study but I hope to at least get my ear in tune to Italian and learn a little more about being a good tourist. smile


That's great Angie! You will love even more being there; when you are able to interact a little with the locals, you feel more part of the picture. And I ensure you, it is a pretty one. smile


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