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10 ways International Women’s Day is marked around the world
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Originally championed and founded by women, International Women’s Day is a global day to celebrate w...

5 fun facts about Italians
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If you’re thinking about learning Italian or visiting Italy, there are some things you should defini...

From colazione to dolce: How to eat like Italians eat
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The following article was inspired by Rebecca who studied Italian at EF Rome. With her permission, w...

5 reasons to learn Italian
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It’s tough to argue with the fact that Italian is a beautiful and useful language. I’m not only sayi...

10 best summer cities in the world
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Life’s just better when the sun is shining. To get you ready for another epic summer, we’ve compiled...

EF Talks: Pro cyclist Simon Clarke on moving abroad and learning Italian
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EF-Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale team member, Simon Clarke competed in his first bike race a...

12 cool Italian expressions you’ll learn in Rome
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From gestures to food, to art, and, of course, language, Italians are known for being expressive in ...

When in Rome… navigate the city like a local
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If you’re attracted to amazing art, delicious carbs, and seriously old architecture, then chances ar...

Football facts: 6 things you must know about Italy
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Italians take football very seriously, and they definitely have the track record to prove it. Feel l...

10 hidden gems in Rome
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Mention the Eternal City and most people already picture themselves on a glossy red vespa, whizzing ...

3 reasons why I learned Italian (and why you should too)
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“You may have the universe if I may have Italy”― Giuseppe VerdiThanks to Italian cuisine, pretty muc...

5 things we bet you didn’t know about Rome
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In Italian, Rome is known as Roma, which is amor (love) backwards. An apt name for a city filled wit...