Our Italian language school was already a bit ‘crazy, from the earliest years of foundation. In 1993, just one year after the birth of our school, the teachers and our students all had fun together making this ironic video. It is, in fact, a “horror” video, in which Europass appears as “una scuola particolare“, where […]
Many of our students in the reviews leave a lot of positive comments about the preparation and updating of our teachers, and this always gives us great satisfaction. Also because it is certainly not accidental, but it is the result of the activities that the whole Europass school carries out in its entirety. The answer […]
At our school, every Wednesday and Friday we like to meet up with students to take part in Yoga classes together, promoting wellness and joy. We feel the body, our breath and all our thoughts in the here and now. We feel our experience in Florence up to the deepest part of us. We breathe […]
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.
Rai is the Italian national public broadcasting company, which recently offers a great collection of video-on-demand on its online platform RaiPlay.it. RaiPlay provides a wide range of Italian language transmissions, including documentaries, TV series, shows, movies, kids’ shows, theater, music, and much more.
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.
Palazzo Galletti is located in Via Sant’Egidio n.12, just a few steps from the Duomo, Piazza della Signoria and the Basilica of Santa Croce.
The roots of the building date back to the 19th century.
Built in 1831 by the architects Vittorio Bellini and Antonio Catelani in neo-classical style, it originally housed a huge typography.