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Learning Italian In Tuscany

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  • Luca B
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      Six reasons to study Italian in Tuscany.

      Reason 1:
      The best way to learn a language, one knows, is to go abroad.
      But if the apprehension is combined with relaxation and
      enjoyment, one can obtain a double result. You learn in a more
      efficient way because you are always in contact with native
      speakers and can put into practice your new knowledge right
      away. You can also enjoy yourself because you can get to know
      and appreciate the country in depth, just like a vacation.

      Thousands of students travel abroad each year to learn Italian
      language. They realize that the most effective way to learn
      Italian language is to learn in the country the language is
      spoken and may be used not only in the classroom, but all day
      and in the street, shops, restaurants...

      Reason 2:
      Italy is a world leader in the culinary arts, interior design,
      fashion, graphic design, furniture design, etc. Those planning
      careers in such fields greatly benefit from knowing Italian and

      Reason 3:
      Living in Italy can be a fantastic cultural experience.
      Although it can be said that Italian cannot be considered as a
      vehicular language, it is just as true that it cannot be
      relegated to a language of the past. Are you an art and culture
      enthusiast? Italy, the country with the highest concentration of
      art, history, culture, nature, good food and wine in the world,
      is one of the most popular vacation countries in Europe.

      Wherever you choose to study Italian in Italy you will find
      something unique: beautiful natural scenery, history, customs,
      delicious food, colourful festivals and warm people.

      Reason 4:
      The Italian welcome is warm everywhere, people are friendly and
      all seasons are good for a visit.

      Reason 5:
      If you're serious about learning the Italian language, you
      should certainly learn it in Tuscany, the heart and birthplace
      of the Italian language. Florence was home to Dante, who
      Italians call il padre della lingua italiana, the father of the
      Italian language. Still today, the best Italian is spoken in
      Florence and Tuscany.

      Basically, the modern Italian language is the Florentine
      dialect of the 1300s.

      Reason 6:
      Last but not least, Pisa is the main destination in Tuscany and
      in the central Italy (after Rome). Pisa Airport is served by 13
      airlines operating 281 weekly flights to 22 national and
      international destinations (Summer 2004). Numerous companies
      offer charter flights to a number of European and non-European
      destinations. Fly to Pisa is really cheap and easy: the most
      important low cost flights companies reach Pisa and the airport
      is 5 minutes far from the centre of the town by bus, train or

      About The Author: Luca is a consultant of ILM,
      http://www.ilm.it an Italian Language School located in
      Tuscany, in Pisa and in seaside city Viareggio. Offers courses
      on Italian language, intensive courses, semester and summer
      study abroad programs.

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