• Free Italian lesson Manchester: Italian Fashion

    Ciao a tutti, I always get asked to list useful words to add to your italian vocabulary. So I thought I’d use vintage photographs I’ve found on the Internet to make it more fun to learn. Here they are:

    Il foulard  – the silk scarf (masculine word)

     

    La gonna – the skirt (feminine word) this one by the amazing Italian designer Emilio Pucci

     

    La camicetta – the blouse (feminine word)

    Source: flickr.com via Suzy on Pinterest

    Le scarpe – shoes (feminine word)

     

    La borsa – the handbag (feminine word)

    Source: stylesays.com via Mia on Pinterest

    Il cappotto – the coat (masculine word)

    La sciarpa – the scarf (feminine word)

    I guanti – the gloves (masculine word)

    I pantaloni – the trousers (masculine word)

     

    Il maglione – the jumper (masculine word)

     

    Il vestito – the dress (masculine word)

     

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    About Learn Italian Manchester: My name is Amedea and I’m a native Italian tutor with a real passion for my language. I run Italian classes in Manchester which are sociable, fun and designed to teach you Italian you will really use. As well as Italian courses in Manchester I teach 1 to 1 Italian lessons and cover areas including Manchester City Centre,Didsbury, Chorlton, Sale, Altrincham, Hale, Woodford, Bramhall and others. If you would like to do something new, learn to speak Italian and make new friends along the way! Contact me at: hello@learnitalianmanchester.co.uk

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    Amedea De Cataldis aka Learn Italian Manchester specialises in one-to-one and group Italian classes in Manchester for all levels. Originally from Turin, Northern Italy, Amedea has been teaching Italian for over 10 years.

    Her informal, relaxed and fun classes cater for absolutely everyone, from complete beginners to those wanting to improve and perfect their current level. What’s really special about her as an Italian language tutor is her ability to speak fluent English. Having lived in the UK for many years she has a strong understanding of the English language, with all its subtleties, local expressions, irony and colloquialism. This is a huge advantage in her work as it helps to explain and be better understood in teaching.

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