On November 4th at the ISTITUTO ITALIANO SCUOLA – THE ITALIAN SCHOOL IN SAN FRANCISCO 601 Van Ness Avenue Suite F/G San Francisco Download the leaflet
At the ISTITUTO ITALIANO SCUOLA – THE ITALIAN SCHOOL IN SAN FRANCISCO 601 Van Ness Avenue Suite F/G San Francisco Download leaflet: IIS Intensivi
Main Events for the “Settimana della Lingua Italiana 2017”: 11 Oct, 12:30 p.m.: The World of Elena Ferrante Mechanics’ Institute Library 13 Oct, 07:00 p.m.: Litquake International Festival, “Longform fiction from Europe” Swedish-American hall, San Francisco 14 Oct, 05:30 p.m.: Book presentation “Ferocity” – a new book by Nicola Lagioia Libreria Pino, San […]
Istituto Italiano Scuola e Italian Cultural Institute invite you to A TASTE OF ITALIAN. On the occasion of the “Settimana della Lingua Italiana nel Mondo” (Week of the Italian Language), Istituto Italiano Scuola and the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco open their doors to all who may be interested in the Italian language and […]
Proposal submission deadline: May 12, 2017 Please send abstracts to Alessio Filippi and James M. Fortney at firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com.
The Keynote Speaker of the 2017 Italian Language Teacher’s Workshop will be Elissa Tognozzi, Senior Lecturer SOE of Italian and Director of the Language Program at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her paper title is forth coming.
Learn the basics of the Italian language and culture through videos, podcasts, interviews, and much more.
ICoN offre corsi di formazione e aggiornamento on line per insegnanti di italiano all’estero. ICoN offers online training and professional development courses for Teachers of Italian operating outside Italy.
Italian is a great complement to Spanish, French and Latin. If you already speak Spanish or French, picking up Italian is quick and easy — and gives you a valuable skill in the global business arena. Phonologically, Spanish and Italian are very similar, so that a Spanish speaking person could effortlessly pronounce Italian. Often times, even without any […]
Italian has an abundance of vowels makes it very musical. Opera fans know all about this, including Mozart who preferred to write his operas in Italian. The language is also fun, simply because Italians are friendly and open — and they won’t hold a grudge if your pronunciation is not perfect. Furthermore, Italians are one […]