Where to study Italian language in Manila

Notes of the Outsider

Today, I reviewed My Stats to look at the search terms people use to see my blog. I came over something that says ”where to study Italian in manila”. I think I never really posted on that one yet. One reason, I never really studied Italian while I was still in the Philippines. But fortunately, I am working on my school documents to be recognized here and the Italian Embassy recommended to me two offices which do translation of English documents from the Philippines to Italian language. Anyway, to cut the long story short, one of them is now included in my contacts and they just sent me an e-mail for the holidays about a gift certificate for studying Italian. The name of the organization is Societa Dante Alighieri-Manila.  It is also authorized to issue the PLIDA (Progetto Lingua Italiana Dante Alighieri) certifying that the holder is proficient in the Italian…

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“Any given Christmas” in Italy, part 2

A few days ago we posted an article about an hilarious viral video-parody of Christmas in Italy seen by the most famous italian movie directors. The clip turned out to be part of a viral campaign about a new Christmas comedy called, surprise surprise! “Ogni maledetto Natale”.

Read the original full article on Kappa Language School’s website.

L’oroscopo: non è vero ma ci credo!

Italians are definitely one the most superstitious people in Europe. From popular religion to the akward and sometimes criminal business of professional foretelling, when it comes to approaching magic, horoscopes, card-reading and faith the Italian way seems to be well epitomized by the saying “non è vero ma ci credo” (“it’s not true, but I believe it”), which by the way gave the title to a legendary three act piece by Peppino De Filippo.

Read the original article on Kappa Language School’s website.