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Cyber Italian - Interactive language
course and more Interactive Education get an indepth study of Italian language from
the comfort of your home and office!
Web Italian Lessons, by Lucio
Chiappetti These Italian lessons were written by Lucio Chiappetti
(firstname.lastname@example.org) after noticing the Spanish
lessons that I had made available on the Human-Languages
Page. By using the Spanish lessons as a template, he was able to quickly write up
Italian versions of the lessons. I give much thanks to Lucio for providing these lessons -
if you enjoy these lessons, please send him mail letting him know.
Centre of Fukuoka. Purpose of the Italian Centre of Fukuoka: Contribuite, through the
cultural and didactic activities, at the development of the cultural relations between
Italy and Japan and dimonstrate how such activities might exist without the aid of private
sponsor or public money.
Italian Electronic Classroom! TM is
a project of Centro Studi ItalianiTM,
aimed at providing free on-line, useful information on difficult aspects of the Italian
language to students, teachers, translators, writers.
Page was started in May of 1994 to address the lack of an organized list of
language-learning materials available on the Internet.
CyberItalian is a
web-site on Italian language and culture. It is a meeting place for people wishing to
understand Italian culture and learn Italian language. Visitors can
access the trial lessons (1 and 2 of the Beginner Level and 12 of the Intermediate Level),
the Gallery and Links in the Course Material, and the Italian Open Chat in the Meeting
travellers" is a multimedia, on-line, Italian language course for people who are
going to take a trip (real or virtual) through the most beautiful cities in Italy.
learn to speak Italian. Small, but nice (and free!!).
The Italian General
Subject Tree from The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: This is a subject
catalogue of the Italian Web space. It is part of the WWW Virtual Library,
a project coordinated by the W3 Consortium.
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Last edit of this page: 10-06-11
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