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Songs of Italian Immigrants: “La porti un bacione a Firenze”

Italian immigrants in Buenos Aires

“La porti un bacione a Firenze” (“Send a big kiss to Florence”) is an Italian ballad written in 1937 by Odoardo Spadaro, a florentine songwriter and actor between the 19th and the 20th century.

He wrote this dedication to Florence in which he empathize with all those Italian immigrants who had to leave their home countries, trying to overcome poverty and to make a fortune.

Continuous Training for our Teachers: ICT-Based Methods for Language Learning

ict4lwul - Learn language smart

Europass and its teachers are always motivated to find inspiration and effective strategies in their job.

That’s why Europass Firenze is a member of ICT4LWUL, a European project whose aim is to develop innovative methods for language teaching, supported by the use of technological tools.

How to Watch RaiPlay Outside Italy

Rai is the Italian national public broadcasting company, which recently offers a great collection of video-on-demand on its online platform RaiPlay provides a wide range of Italian language transmissions, including documentaries, TV series, shows, movies, kids’ shows, theater, music, and much more.

Your Italian Roots – Europass for Children and Grandchildren of Italian Immigrants

your italian roots

As we often say, Europass is committed to spread Italian language and culture around the world.
But this mission is even more important when it happens to meet students who are children and grandchildren of Italian Immigrants, who come to our country to reconnect with their roots and to learn their ancestors original language.

The Best TV Series to Learn Italian

TV series are a fun and useful way to learn and improve your level of Italian.

You can test yourself on the comprehension and the listening, and you can learn new words or common sayings. In a subtle way you will make progress, paying particular attention to the use of accents, the different situations and the variety of vocabulary.

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