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The New Year’s Eve: traditions and time zone

By on 30 December 2015

2016 is near to begin. First or later all the people in the world will celebrate it with friend, in mountain or at the seaside, eating some bringing good luck food or light fireworks.

Who will be the first to see the celebrate the new year?

If we consider the Greenwich…


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Merry Christmas in all the languages of the world

By on 24 December 2015

Here we are! Only one day and tomorrow it will be Christmas!

And you? Where will you celebrate it? Will you spend time with relatives or maybe travelling round the world?

For those who will travel, for those who want to send best wishes in a different way or for those…


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How do we drive in the world?

By on 15 December 2015

Right or Left? It is a more difficult question that it seems to be.

Italian people, like all the other European citizens, usually drive on the right and when we see an English car, we are always very surprised and curious about it, about how it works and how it…


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The Alphabets in Europe

By on 20 November 2015

Have you ever thought about how many alphabets there are in Europe? There are 3 alphabets: LATIN, GREEK , CYRILLIC.

If you look at the map, you can find the area coloured in hell blue. This part shows the diffusion of LATIN. It’s the most used alphabet in European…


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The 10 most important languages in the world

By on 9 November 2015

There are 6000 languages in the world at least.

In order to establish which are the most important languages in the world, we don’t consider the number of person who speak one of them, but other important features like: the importance of them in the business and economical field and…


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Halloween all over the world

By on 1 November 2015

Here we are! Today is 31th October and we celebrate Halloween or also known as the Night of Deadmen walking!

It’s a very ancient celebration and it is enjoyed almost all over the world.

What happens during this particular night?

In Canada the celebration started with the Scottish immigrates in 1800, who…

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Federica Mariani, born in 1985. Bachelor's Degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures at Catholic University of Milan. English - German Translator and Teacher. Welcome to my Officina delle Lingue!

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