WAITING FOR CHRISTMAS TO LEARN ITALIAN LANGUAGE

Posted By: katia on October, 11 2007 in About Italy, Cultura, Curiosity, Leisure, Milan, Rome, Study Abroad
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christmas-rome.jpgThe “Leonardo da Vinci Italian School” for next Christmas has decided to dedicate to its students a “Special Christmas Course”.
This is particular course because it gives them not only the possibility of learning to speak Italian, but also to live a typical Italian Christmas, by coming in contact with the most popular Italian traditions during Christmas time.

In Italy Christmas time goes from the 8th of December to the 6th of Genuary, and it is characterized by many strange and particular traditions which make this feast unique.

In this period, in fact, all the Italian people decorate their houses in a special way: they are dedicated to the preparation of the typical Presepe Napoletano’s but especially they spend a lot of time by preparing typical candies and a typical Italian menu for Christmas lunch and dinner, composed by a large number of dishes which usually vary in the different areas of the country.christmas-milan.jpg

The aim of this course is to offer to students a panoramic vision on the Italian habits during Christmas time, suggesting a lot of interesting activities like gastronimic laboratories, guided visits to the typical shops for Christmas home design and pratical lesson on how cooking a delicius Italian menu for Christmas lunch.

This is a very interesting course, that gives to all the partecipants the opportunity to study while having fun and to meet a lot of new friends.

The “Christmas Special Course” takes place in the Leonardo da Vinci School in Milan and Rome and lasts one week during the month of December, from 17th to 21st and it is dedicated to the students of the school and to all people who are currently in Italy and would like to try living Christmas in the Italian way.

If you are interested in attend at this course and desires more information, visit our pages “Christmas Course Rome” and “Christmas Course Milan”.

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