No, I do not offer free lessons

My side job is doing a bit of freelance language tutoring online.

My site of choice is Italki (I have a brief review about it here) and I thoroughly enjoy it.

I sometimes get people asking me (either directly or indirectly) if I’d be willing to give any lessons for free, and the short answer is no.

I have a few reasons why: Continue reading “No, I do not offer free lessons”

Venice airport tips and vocabulary

 

My holiday is nearing so I thought I’d share some useful vocab and tips for your future travels to Italy!

I’m going to talk about the two Venice airports are they are the ones I have used the most (on this trip I’ll actually be flying into Bologna so if I notice anything noteworthy I may share it in a future blog post!)

Tips: arriving at the airport Continue reading “Venice airport tips and vocabulary”

I can’t wait

I can’t wait is translated as Non vedo l’ora, which literally means “I can’t see the time”.

It’s used when you want to show that you’re looking forward to something, e.g.

Non vedo l’ora di andare al mare / I can’t wait to go to the beach

Non vediamo l’ora di andare fuori a cena! / We can’t wait to go out for dinner!

I, for one, can’t wait to go back to Italy!

Non vedo l’ora di ritornare in Italia!