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10 things you need to know about living in Barcelona

10 things you need to know about living in Barcelona

Barcelona is the city that changed my life when I moved there in 2007.   After living there for six months, I only went back in 2014, not knowing how I would feel.  Nostalgic, at times sad, I felt alive more than anything.  “If you are depressed, you are living in the Past. If you...
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10 Reasons to live in Paris and Rome

10 Reasons to live in Paris and Rome

    I have finally made my decision: I left Paris and I came back home, to Rome. Nothing feels like home, and yet I feel sad, I can see 3 years of my life flashing in front of my eyes. Every city has its own beating heart and personality, his people and monuments, his...
A short introduction to dialects and accents in Italy

A short introduction to dialects and accents in Italy

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Trip to Russia (VII)

Trip to Russia (VII)

Blogpost of my 6th day in Russia.  Audio files of this post in English, Italian Portuguese and Polish:  
My adventure with Polish: one year later

My adventure with Polish: one year later

      Poland: one year later Exactly one year ago I went to Poland for the second time. It was the perfect opportunity: my good friend Richard Simcott had rented a room in a large apartment right in the heart of Poznan, a city in western Poland, not far from Berlin. It was the...
Trip to Russia (VI)

Trip to Russia (VI)

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Trip to Russia (V)

Trip to Russia (V)

Blogpost of my 5th day in Russia.  Audio files of this post – English, Italian Russian and Portuguese:
Trip to Russia (IV)

Trip to Russia (IV)

TRIP TO RUSSIA – PART 4     31th March, 2013 We get up at around 9:00.  I’m still tired even though I slept seven hours.  We go down to the dining room for breakfast and, with some disappointment, find that the breakfast selection is exactly the same as it was yesterday.   This time,...
Trip to Russia (III)

Trip to Russia (III)

TRIP TO RUSSIA – PART 3     3 March 30, 2013 I wake up with a slight headache and see that Richard is already occupied with his iPad.  We don’t have much time because we have to meet Svetlana and Tom, my Australian friend whom I met at ISIT, the famous school for interpreters...
Trip to Russia (II)

Trip to Russia (II)

TRIP TO RUSSIA – PART 2     March 29, 2013 I get up and, after rubbing the sleep from my eyes, see Sergej and Ksiusha brightening the room with their smiles.  They came into my room to say “good morning”.  Since I fell asleep at around 3:00 am and it’s now only 8:00 am, ...
Trip to Russia (I)

Trip to Russia (I)

TRIP TO RUSSIA – PART 1     The morning of February 6th started out as a beautiful sunny day and I was in a good mood.    After working on my book and going for a run around the park, I was prepared to face the three straight hours of lessons that awaited me. ...
Choosing an accent

Choosing an accent

English   According to current estimates, there are approximately 6,000 languages in existence throughout the world.  Some of them enjoy a unique status, those we define as “dominant languages” because they are used as an instrument of daily communication by a substantial number of people.  Among these languages some are used on many continents.  As...

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