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Apostrophe in Italian represented by a young woman sitting outside in Italy, staring off into the distance while writing in her notebook.

What’s The Difference Between An Accent Mark And An Apostrophe In Italian?

And more importantly, the answer to the million-dollar question: why is it written \”qual è\” instead of \”qual\’è\”?
National dishes around the world represented by a Margherita pizza, the national dish of Italy.

16 National Dishes And How To Order Them

This is for people hungry for knowledge. Or just regular hungry.
Maltese language represented by a sunny outdoor scene in Malta.

Everything You Need To Know About The Maltese Language

A fascinating language that tells a lot about Malta’s history.

The Origin Of ‘Ciao’ And How It Took Over The World

More importantly, should you be saying it in Italy?
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Real Language Teachers Share Their Favorite Tips For Learning

You heard it straight from the expert’s mouth.
hand holds a cappuccino and ponders its etymology

An Introduction To Etymology: Eight Great Word Origins

What is etymology, and why is it important? Join us on an excursion into the world of eight common words’ delightfully convoluted backstories.
A person looking at their phone on the subway tracks and learning about gender-neutral pronouns

A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns

The singular “they” is now recognized by leading dictionaries and style guides in English. What about in other languages?
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How To Say ‘Hello’ In 21 Different Languages

Every conversation, whether formal or informal, starts with a greeting. Here’s how you do it.
Italian perfect tense represented by a woman sitting on an outdoor balcony having a virtual call on her laptop.

How Does The Perfect Tense Work In Italian?

Learn to conjugate one of Italian’s past tenses.
Italian phrases used in Buenos Aires represented by a photograph of buildings in Buenos Aires lit from behind by the sun.

8 Italian Words And Expressions Used In Buenos Aires

How did the Italian language influence Lunfardo, the dialect spoken by Argentinians in Buenos Aires?
Italian gestures represented by three women emphatically greeting each other in an Italian piazza.

7 Italian Gestures That Could Come In Handy

An expert on nonverbal communication shares his 7 favorite Italian hand gestures.
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5 Tricks To Learn Spanish, Or Any Other Language, From 2 People Who Speak 11

Two polyglots discuss their shared love for the Spanish language and offer some tips for language learners.
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Email Greetings & Sign-offs In Other Languages

When ‘best’ isn’t always best.