Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR): what are they? Why are they important? How to test your level in Italian? CEFR Levels In the language-learning community in Europe, we often hear people talking about their level in the language. They can say: “I speak French at a B1 level” or “I am attending […]
As recently acknowledged by the World Health Organization, the threat caused by Coronavirus (COVID-2019) has reached by now the level of pandemic. In such difficult and delicate circumstances, at Europass Italian Language School we express our solidarity to all the people whose life is affected by the present crises and are positive that we will […]
When it comes to learning languages, it is often said that immersion is key. Visiting a country to be surrounded by your target language can be a great way to practice your phrases and improve your vocabulary in a real-world setting, however, it can also be costly and inconvenient. Sometimes it simply is not possible […]
Do you need a visa? You’re thinking about having a new experience and you want to do it in Italy. It’s really a beautiful idea. But did you wonder if you have to get a visa and what kind of visa do you need? Italy is one of the European Union member states, so if […]
How to plan your move to Italy Have you heard so much about Italy that you want to move here? Let’s look at all the information that will help you plan your move to Italy and all the useful tips for people who want to work and see a different view from the window. And […]
Italy is always a good idea There are many benefits to retiring to Italy. The first? The warmth of the people. Italian people are very open to getting to know new people, to take care of guests and make you feel like you’re at home. In Italy, there is a big sense of family. Every […]
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.