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Estate Romana 2007

Posted by Monica Corrias on July 9, 2007

L’Estate Romana compie trent’anni e come ogni anno alcuni spettacoli sono gratis (free), come il concerto dei Genesis.

Se siete a Roma non perdete i grandi appuntamenti, controllate il sito ufficiale [Estate Romana].

Se vi piace il teatro potrebbe essere interessante la stagione del “Globe theatre“, il teatro elisabettiano a Villa Borghese, che però è a pagamento: l’insolita esperienza di incontrare Shakespeare in italiano.

estateallasapienza.gifNell’ambito della stessa manifestazione vi consiglio di vedere anche l’Estate alla Sapienza (è la prima Università di Roma), i cui spettacoli sono quasi tutti gratis.

Buon divertimento!

Posted in Italian, Italien, Italy, music, Rome, Travel | Leave a Comment »

Learn Italian with music

Posted by Monica Corrias on June 22, 2007

Ciao, next week I will be in Sicily (Sicilia), so I will not write this blog, but you mind to “Learn Italian” online again to improve your Italian grammar, and listen to these songs (singer’s pronunciation is clear) to improve your listening skills and your confidence in Italian language.
Mi piaci” di Alex Britti – lyrics;

Le cose che abbiamo in comune” di Daniele Silverstri – lyrics ;

Per te” di Jovanotti – lyrics

Of course, I suggest you to practice with a native speaker who is living abroad or come to Italy and study in a school because you will practice all that you have learned with native speakers.
Learn about Italian people and every aspect of Italian life, from food to music and from “calcio” (= soccer) to culture or shopping and traditions.
Many people consider Italian as one of the most musically spoken language in the world, but I am Italian, actually, I cannot listen to the Italian language sound: I can listen to your language sound but not mine! I think you are lucky.
Listen to the radio : “Radio Italia – solo musica italiana” or listen to some Italian songs; this will help you to become familiar with the sounds of Italian by singing. Do not translate, please: this will handicap your ability to learn Italian correctly.
Ciao, buono studio.

Posted in Classes, Courses, Italian, Italian for foreigners, Italian language, italian songs, Italien, Italienische Sprache, music | Leave a Comment »

On the river Tiber across Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on May 21, 2007

Ciao, I went along the river on the boat yesterday.

The Tiber (= il Tevere) is a fundamental aspect of Rome and it is completely navigable.

I took the boat at “Calata Anguillara” near the “Isola tiberina” (isola = island) and I bought the daily ticket (€2,30).
But you can buy the single fare: only €1 or if you prefer the tourist cruise: €10; Or Cruise + 1 guided tour of Rome: €32; but also Cruise with candle light dinner: €43; or if you like you can take the cruise from “Ponte Marconi” (ponte = bridge) to the ancient town of Ostia: the price is €13.

I live in Rome, so I prefer the daily ticket and I can enjoy Tevere and Roma from a different point of view.

I suggest you to try this experience.

You can see the timetable here

or you can call the number 06 69 29 41 47.

Buon divertimento (= have a good time)

Posted in Italien, Italy, Rome, Travel | Leave a Comment »

Eggplant Parmigiana and object pronouns

Posted by Monica Corrias on May 1, 2007

Hi, in Rome today is a perfect day to make a pick-nick. A typical Italian recipes is eggplant Parmigiana.The recipe is now on line and you can read it in English and Italian, so you can learn Italian language (and object pronouns) and Italian cooking.Have a great day! (Buona giornata!)… and remember the Italian proverb: “L’appetito vien mangiando!” (Appetite comes with eating)

If you need an experienced Italian language teacher email me! I’m available for Italian instruction in Rome.

Posted in Cooking, Italian, Italian classes, Italian Grammar, Italian instruction, Italian native speaker, Italian teachers, Italian tuition, Italien, Italy, Learning, Lingua e cultura, Recipes | Leave a Comment »

Literature Festival: video-art and literature free entrance

Posted by Monica Corrias on April 29, 2007

literature festivalLiterature Festival 

(18 May 2007 – 21 June 2007)

The great names in literature returns to the city’s atmospheric and to ancient “Basilica di Massenzio”. This edition of the festival is named “Close, far away – crossover”. This concept has been adopted by the writers as inspiration for pieces that they will perform in their own mother tongue.



venerdì 18 maggio ISABEL ALLENDE

martedì 22 maggio ISMAEL BEAH; RITA EL-KHAYAT




giovedì 7 giugno GIANCARLO DE CATALDO

martedì 12 giugno E. L. DOCTOROW; ROBERTO CALASSO


martedì 19 giugno SCOTT TUROWgiovedì 21 giugno VIKRAM CHANDRA; ROBERTO SAVIANO

Tourist information Service: +39 06 82059127

Posted in Art, Italien, Italy, Kunst, Rome, Travel | Leave a Comment »

Ciao Italia Schule und Bildungsurlaub

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 23, 2007

Ciao Italia ist eine Schule, die darauf spezialisiert ist, Ausländern die italienische Sprache zu vermitteln . Sie ist Mitglied der ASILS (Associazione di scuole di italiano come lingua seconda) und der ELITE (European Federation of Associations for Teaching Mother Tongue to Foreign Students ).

Ciao Italia ist von den Städten Hamburg und Frankfurt a. M. als Institution für Bildungsurlaub anerkannt worden. Sie wurde von hoch qualifizierten Lehrern, die schon mehr als 15 Jahre auf diesem Gebiet tätig sind, gegründet.

Posted in Bildungsurlaub, Italian language school, Italien, Italienisch, Italienische Sprache, Kurse | Leave a Comment »

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