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Simon Pearson

On a related subject, for Italian, it seems some of the local authorities in Italy have started offering free Italian courses especially aimed at foreigners. They're for both written and spoken Italian at all levels.

I've joined one of the classes and it's really changing my experience of Italy both in terms of improving my language skills and meeting foreign people in the same situation.

I wondered if anyone else in other regions of Italy had come across something similar and had any experiences / feedback?



Hello Emma,

I just fond your blog and I was wondering: do you still live and work in Sardinia?

Betty (suche job in italien)

are you still there? do you think it would be easy to find a job as waiter, even your italian might not that good?

Jan J.

I just found this page and it is now Oct., 2011. Please let me know if you still run the school in Arzechena. I am very interested. I used to live in Porto Pozzo. I am an American.
Thank you,

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