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The 11 Best Italian Idioms And How To Use Them

The 11 Best Italian Idioms And How To Use Them

The Italian language is not exclusively musicality and hand gestures — here’s a rundown of 11 marvelous Italian expressions that you can use to impress native speakers.
A Review Of The Ample Variety Of ‘Butt’ Words Across The World

A Review Of The Ample Variety Of ‘Butt’ Words Across The World

There’s no bottom to the amassed collection of “butt” words in the world’s various languages.
How To Say ‘I Love You’ In 10 Different Languages

How To Say ‘I Love You’ In 10 Different Languages

Have you ever wanted to say “I love you” in French? Or maybe in Italian? Or Spanish? Impress your special someone by professing your love in 10 different languages.
Seven Waves And Red Underwear: 6 New Year’s Eve Traditions From Around The World

Seven Waves And Red Underwear: 6 New Year’s Eve Traditions From Around The World

There’s more to New Year’s Eve than simply enjoying a few glasses of something bubbly.
The 12 Days Of Cookiemas: Holiday Pastries From Around The World

The 12 Days Of Cookiemas: Holiday Pastries From Around The World

If you’re in danger of running out of cookie recipes to try this holiday season, here’s a list of 12 delicious cookies from other countries.
The 8 Foreign-Language Songs That Have Topped The US Charts

The 8 Foreign-Language Songs That Have Topped The US Charts

The Billboard Hot 100 has kept track of the top songs in the United States for over 60 years, but rarely does a foreign-language song make it to number one.
How To Apologize In Italian

How To Apologize In Italian

It’s not all ‘scusa’ all the time.
5 Venetian Words That Took The World By Storm

5 Venetian Words That Took The World By Storm

Some of the words you use all the time come from Venice, Italy.
How Did ‘Ciao’ Become So Universal?

How Did ‘Ciao’ Become So Universal?

More importantly, should you be saying it in Italy?
How To Say ‘What’s Up?’ In 10 Different Languages

How To Say ‘What’s Up?’ In 10 Different Languages

After ‘hello,’ there inevitably comes a ‘what’s up?’.