Who is up for a challenge?
This week’s blog post is a bit different from the others but, after the success of #tiregalounaparola, I have decided to incorporate more creative projects into this blog.
I have been recommending quite a few Italian books and books about Italy in this blog but I have realized this is the first time I am writing about an Italian book that has nothing to do with Italy.
We use them constantly and we probably couldn’t live without them. They play such an important role in our life that we undoubtedly talk about them quite frequently in our conversations and, if we do so in a foreign language, we need to know a specific set of words and phrases.
Spending time on books and apps to learn grammar and vocabulary is great but the satisfaction that comes from finally being able to make yourself understood is unbeatable.
I have been chatting with foreigners who moved to Italy for a long time now but there’s always something new to learn from them, a different point of view, a peculiar experience with Italian life. This is why I feel really honored to be given the chance to speak, even if virtually, with so many different people.