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Business e via Italy

Well done! It sounds like you are doing a great job.

But please continue to write as you are also a great journalist :-)

Here is a snap from our article bank about the same subject:

One of the most common pieces of advice newcomers hear from people already living in Italy is ‘learn the language’! Of course, in some parts of Italy – tourist centres and the larger cities for example - English is spoken widely. But in many parts of Italy people do not speak English at all or are too shy or embarrassed to do so, even if their own level is not too bad.


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