Hi my lovelies, Today’s post is a new one in the series on Italian proverbs. You can find the first one here, the second one here, the third one here, the fourth one here, the fifth one here, the sixth one here. In this post I will explain some more proverbs, in alphabetical order.
Hi my lovely dears, This post is a new entry in the series on Italian proverbs. This time, instead of only one proverb per letter I will talk, for most letters, about two proverbs per letter. Ready? Let’s start!
Hi my lovely dears! This post will be about some more of my favourite classic Neapolitan songs. In a previous article I talked about my (personal) top four as far as classic Neapolitan songs are concerned. Here I talk about some more songs that are part of the traditional Neapolitan repertoire and I particularly like.
Hi my lovely dears! This blog post is the fifth in my series of articles on Italian proverbs. As in the previous ones, I will go through some Italian proverbs in alphabetical order, one proverb per letter. For each proverb, I’ll give the English translation, including the English equivalent of the proverb (when available), and […]
Hi my lovely dears! Welcome to the fourth post on Italian proverbs. In the first, the second and the third posts we looked at some Italian proverbs (often with their English equivalent) for each letter of the alphabet. Here we will see some more of them.
Hi my lovely dears! This post will be about something very common in Italy and very typical of Italian culture, namely what we call sagra.
Hi my lovely dears! Today, it’s time for the third post on Italian proverbs! If you enjoyed the first and the second posts, you’ll surely enjoy this too.
Hi my lovely dears! I already mentioned that I am a dance maniac, so today’s post will be about another Italian folk dance: the tarantella.
Welcome to today’s post my lovely dears! Proverbs tell much about the mentality of a people and can be a good way to practice the language, too. Not long ago, I’ve started a series of posts on Italian proverbs. This is the second one, again offering a proverb for (almost) every letter of the alphabet. […]
Hi my lovelies! Today’s post has been already announced on the Facebook page a few days ago. The topic’s quite archaeological, namely the Villa of Poppaea.