Why is it important to learn Italian?

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The amount of people learning Italian is continuously growing, even in countries where there are not Italian emigrants, and this is due to several reasons: to enrich your cultural background, to study, for working purposes, tourism or just emotional ones.

Italian is one of the European Union official languages, it is spoken in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City, Malta and regions of Croatia and Slovenia.

It is believed that 125 million people speak native Italian. But there are large Italian communities in United States, Argentine, Australia, Brazil, Uruguay, Venezuela, Canada and also in Germany.

Italian is a language of culture, is the language of Date, Petrarca, Boccaccio, the three best Italian Middle Age writer, but in addition is the language of art, history, sciences, gastronomy and… love, Italian is the language of opera and cinema. The great Pavarotti, Maria Callas, Mastroniani, Fellini and other great singers and directors marked milestones in our recent history. Films like La vida es bella, Vacancy in Rome or La dolce vita can’t be completely enjoyed unless you watch them in Italian.

Italian language is an open and musical language, soft to your ears, rich in terms and expressions that represent the “made in Italy”, is the language of fashion, kitchen, tourism and automobiles. All represent a synonym of quality and life style. Speaking Italian is a resource to grow from human, cultural and professional point of view.

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