First lesson for beginners/First lesson for advanced students20200730074858

First lesson for beginners/First lesson for advanced students

Today we decided to offer you a taste of lessons. Both absolute beginners and advanced students. Choose your level and work with Italyamo : ) First le...
Digital solidarity: Italyamo cares about your learning20200514062823

Digital solidarity: Italyamo cares about your learning

Italian is very important to us. You are very important to us. In addition to our courses, today we want to talk about many online resources available...
Made in Italy20200430070539

Made in Italy

At this moment it is very difficult to imagine travelling or crossing Italy to improve the language or knowledge of its culture. That’s why toda...
Italian language: the color of twenty regions20200416072031

Italian language: the color of twenty regions

As Serianni (2019) writes, the Italian lexicon could be schematized by a pyramid whose layers are made up of formations inside the system, of Latinism...
Italyamo’s lessons20200402082810

Italyamo’s lessons

As we wrote on our blog, it is easy to imagine that, growing up with a traditional school or at least in presence on site, it is hard to imagine learn...
Italyamo’s lesson plan!20200317100401

Italyamo’s lesson plan!

It is hard to buy a closed-box online course. Even when you can see some examples of material, we are never sure if it will be really effective or sui...
Pane al pane e vino al vino!20200305072843

Pane al pane e vino al vino!

We’ve come to the last article about the Italian idioms (here the others). And to close, we’re going to say ‘pane al pane e vino al vino’...
Drinking like a fish!20200303063351

Drinking like a fish!

We finally arrived at our penultimate article on idioms, after having explored idioms with numbers (here and here), body parts (here and here) and ani...
Pesce fuor d’acqua and other fish idioms!20200228090356

Pesce fuor d’acqua and other fish idioms!

Sometimes when I speak a foreign language I feel like a “pesce fuor d’acqua” . And so I end up being “muto come un pesce”. How many ways to say fish...
Barking dogs seldom bite20200218072636

Barking dogs seldom bite

A few articles ago (‘”Perdere la testa” and other idiomatic expressions‘, ‘Have you got brains? Avere cervello and other...