Italian language courses & holidays

ITALIAN LANGUAGE HOLIDAYS DIRECTORY

 

Italian Storytelling Center

based: Forlì-Cesena, Italy

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Storytelling and Italian culture and language workshops from a base in the small hamlet of Portico di Romagna, close to Tuscany. Storytelling focused on the transfer of content, as an education tool and teambuilding through storytelling.

| storytelling | Italian language | Italy |

 

One World Italiano School

based: Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
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Courses and Italian study holidays to learn Italian in Cagliari in southern Sardinia; courses for all levels are available throughout the year. Also combination courses with morning Italian classes and an activity (e.g. cooking, diving, tango, windsurfing or cycling) in the afternoon.

| Italian | Italy |

 

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TourRadar logoLearn Italian in Italy, Italian language courses in Tuscany and Rome. A selection of language course tours, trips and holidays, offering language learning in exciting travel destinations. Either stand-alone language courses or in combination with other activities.

| Italian | multi-language | Worldwide |

 

Venice Italian School

based: Venice, Italy
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Language courses in Venice, learn the language while living the Italian way and discovering Venice. The Venice Italian School specialises in teaching Italian to small adult groups and personalised language courses focused on individual students.

| Italian | Italy |

 

uk flagIntensive Italian

based: Somerset, UK

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Italian language weekends in Devon (beginner or elementary level) and language holidays in Italy's Puglia region.

| Italian | England | Italy |

 

Koine Center

based: Tuscany, Italy

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Italian language learning courses in Florence, Bologna, Camogli and Lucca. The Koine Center offers a natural, conversational style of language teaching.

| Italian | Italy |

 

Piccola Università Italiana

based: Vibo Valentia, Italy

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Language holidays in Tropea in Southern Italy, professional lessons and an authentic experience of the country.

| Italian | Italy |

 

Studio Italiano

based: Calabria, Italy

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Italian language school teaching Italian in southern Italy; offering a choice of intensive group classes or one-to-one individual courses.

| Italian | Italy |

 

Studitalia

based: Sardinia, Italy

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Alternate language learning with holiday activities by the sea in Sardinia.

| Italian | Italy |

 

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Language bookThis section deals with Italian language courses, holidays and vacations. This might be learning Italian in Italy or may be Italian instruction in other parts of world, and offering courses at all levels. Italian courses listed need will be short residential courses, summer schools, or dedicated Italian language holidays, rather than day courses or courses of extended study.

 

Courses will be multi-day and usually residential, with accommodation provided on-site or arranged nearby, many will use homestay accommodation with Italian-speaking hosts to increase students' exposure to the language. As well as the Italian instruction, courses will typically include holiday and recreational activities such as sports, cultural tours, excursions, and complementary instructional courses in subjects such as cooking, photography or travel.

 

 

ARTICLE: ITALIAN LANGUAGE TRIVIA

• Written Italian can be fairly difficult because of its many irregularities and exceptions, although it's a little easier for those that already speak a Romance language like Spanish or French.

• However, spoken Italian should be relatively easy as, once you understand a few basic rules, the words are pronounced as they are written.

• Standard Italian is the main language of Italy and is used all over the country, however it is the first language of very few Italians, most speaking one of the more than 15 regional dialects as their first language.

• These regional dialects are sometimes very similar to the standard language, but in some cases they can be very different!

• Sardinian and Friulan, are two regional dialects which Italian law recognises as official regional languages.

• In the UK, Italian is the fourth most learned second language.