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.

If you want to learn some of the (very rich indeed) Italian vocabulary on superstition and take a funny test to find out if you are superstitious or not, check out this all new Italian Language Lesson available on our website.

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

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