Italian do many unpopular things... like showing up late at dates! Yet, there's an important (and wise!) reason behind this...
Ever wondered about Italian eating etiquette? How do Italians eat? And what's up with all those courses? In this video you'll find out what you should do if you're ever invited to an Italian lunch and why you should always eat fruit at the end of your Italian meal. Plus you'll also learn a few … Continue reading How Italians actually eat
*THROW CELEBRATORY CONFETTI* Welcome, my friend, to a new video series for travellers like you, called "Culture Shock"! Unike Ermy's Q+A show, "Culture Shock" videos are going to be short videos that explore cultural topics of interest and funny things that can puzzle travellers and keen Italian learners whose first language is English. My first "Culture … Continue reading 3 things Italians never do with food
As I was born in Naples, hence Neapolitan and speaker of this language too, when I run into Fran Norris’s Instagram profile and saw the tremendous effort and passion she was putting into learning Sicilian, the language spoken in Sicily (which is not a dialect but an actual language) I had to know more about … Continue reading How to learn Sicilian (or any other minority language) and …dream big!
The Italian Christmas, aka il Natale, is the archetype of a typical Italian celebration. It involves two main things: family & loads of food. Online there are many articles and resources that explain in details what Christmas in Italy is like, but in this article I'd rather explore the quirky side of the Italian Christmas, … Continue reading The Italian Christmas: A (survival) guide
Yay! I am so excited about this! The Language Rose Fun Clubs are our language clubs designed specially for year 4 to 6 children to let them experience a new language and have fun. We love working with children, they are our best present and we want to make them become our best future too. … Continue reading The Language Rose Fun Clubs