Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Info about On-Line Language Training in Italian


Here are some links for on-line language classroom/training/courses in Italian:


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    That's it for Tuesday, 29 August 2006: martedì, 29 agosto 2006.

    Ciao, Ben

    Today’s quote is a Italian proverb, author unknown.

    "Tanti paesi, tanti costumi."
    "So many countries, so many customs."

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    (LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 29 July 2010)

    1 comment:

    mo4languages said...

    Hi Ben,

    There's another online resource that visitors will find useful that helps to learn italian. It requires a membership, but provides a clear example page so you know what you are buying into. http://www.learnandspeakitalian.com/

    *** This site includes Sound Clips