18th Italian Language Week in the World ( 15 – 21 october 2018) is an event promoted yearly by the cultural and diplomatic network in the third week of October. It focuses on a theme that acts as the leitmotif of a vast cultural programme to promote the diffusion of the Italian language.
During this week SLANG gives you the opportunity to book at -10%.
Promotion is valid for all tours until 05/29/2019!
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Our teacher are Italian native speaker, and they are qualified of Italian for foreigners. Her method is based on a communicative approach. Our small group classes are designed to create a positive and productive atmosphere. Also, you can improve your Italian language skills in real linguistic situations and get in touch with local people, enjoying your stay having fun and meaningful experience.
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The initiative of 18th Italian Language Week in the World was launched in 2001 through the joint action of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Accademia della Crusca, which was subsequently joined by the Swiss Confederation, where Italian is one of the country’s official languages. During these past eighteen years, 18th Italian Language Week in the World has ended up representing the Foreign Ministry’s privileged Italian promotion channel in terms of the number of activities simultaneously organized all over the world. This success story is due to the growing engagement of the Italian and Italian-speaking communities abroad, along with local cultural institutions and a host of writers, poets, artists, teachers and academics who have passionately enlivened all the past editions by taking part in hundreds of conferences, meetings, lectures, refresher courses, thus opening a cultural and intercultural dialogue with other writers, artists, intellectuals and representatives of civil society in a large number of Countries. Since 2013, the theme of the Week has dealt with the world of business and culture, highlighting the link between language and creativity.