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About the Italian Language
Italian is the official language of Italy and one of Switzerland’s four official languages. Italy is a small country, with a population of around 60 million people
This country has had a significant impact on civilization for more than two thousand years, and the land of Italy has been a source of pleasure and interest to travellers for centuries.
Italy continues to provide tourists with a wide range of attractions, including scenery, artistic and historical treasures, music, fine cuisine and wine, snow, sun, and sea.
For a long time, visitors have been fascinated by the expressive sound and tune of the language, which has fit the iconic verse of Dante and the great Opera of Verdi.
Italian has its origins in Latin, the ancient Roman language. It is particularly comprehensible for anyone who has learned Latin or maybe one of the Romance languages, such as Spanish, French, or Portuguese, so not only will many more vocabulary be easy to guess, but the structure will be as well.
As our society is becoming more and more global, knowing how to say a few words in different languages opens up opportunities for interaction. In different situations, taking on a short conversation can enhance your experience in Italy.
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Because learning about the culture, history, and traditions of Italy is an integral part of learning the language, there are sections that focus on food, family, and tourism.