Jul 15

Language is a Bridge

by in italy, language

A Brief History of Italian Language & Gestures

As a follow-up to the previous lesson explaining the various Italian hand gestures, Mr Bernardoni gives a lesson on the history of Italian language and it’s development.

Mr Andrea Bernardoni is a lawyer, author and professor of Italian language and culture at ARCA Italian School Bologna in the beautiful region of Emilia Romanga.

  This lesson was arranged with the help of Emilia Romanga Tourism 

and ARCA Italian Language School in Bologna as part of the BlogVille Emilia Romanga project.

If you would like information about studying Italian in Italy, please contact Latitude International Education.

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2 Responses to “Language is a Bridge”

  1. From Carola C. Reuben:

    I found the explanation about hand gestures in relation to the Italian language extremely interesting, considering I was recently observing them during my trip to Italy ( with the Emilia Romagna Blogville project. )

    Posted on July 16, 2012 at 5:09 pm #
  2. From LEi:

    Very nice article! We reposted it on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LEi.Language.Exchange.International

    We are a worldwide language club network. We’ll be looking forward for your next articles about languages and cultures!

    Posted on July 16, 2012 at 9:41 pm #

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