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The Italian language on Facebook

Here is almost everything we have found about Italian language and Italy on Facebook.

Italian for Cooks™ is dedicated to providing information and insights into the Italian language as it relates to food, cooking and dining for English speakers. On their website you can find a glossary of food-related Italian words which go a little beyond simple translation.

WorldWideClassroom encourages and facilitates international education and cultural exchange for students of all ages and nationalities. WWC is committed to bringing together educational institutions around the world for the purpose of sharing educational resources.

My Italian Language Schools is a web portal to information about Italian language and culture schools for foreigners in Italy. All the information published on is supplied directly by the schools themselves. Accademia del Giglio is included in the school list.

Save the Subjunctive. Not only Italian language has troubles with Subjunctive mood: “there is nothing more wonderful in the English language than the fabulous SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD! In fact, there is nothing more wonderful in any language than its subjunctive forms. But alas, while the subjunctive flourishes in Spanish and Italian and German, English has nearly forgotten it. Help save the subjunctive!”

Italian language: Did you know that Italian is a Romance language spoken by about 60 million people in Italy, and by a total of around 70 million in the world?

The Italian Language Foundation is dedicated to promoting and sustaining Italian language education in the United States and supporting the College Board’s Advanced Placement program in Italian Language and Culture. Visit the official website for more detailed information.

The Italian Cultural Institute in London is the official body of the Italian government dedicated to the promotion of the Italian language and culture in England and Wales. Besides organizing cultural events in various fields (arts, music, cinema, theatre, dance, fashion, design, photography, literature, publishing), the Italian Cultural Institutes offer the possibility to get to know the Italian language and culture, by offering courses, libraries as well as educational and editorial material.

More Italian Cultural Institutes in the world:

New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Melbourne, Il Cairo, Rio de Janeiro, Haifa, Zagabria, Bratislava, Sofia, Barcellona, Vienna, Lisbona, Tripoli, Guatemala.

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