How do you name the different parts of a car in Italian?
My daughter Silvia Tosolini, 7 is happy to help you finding that out. Enjoy!
If you are into social media and geeky stuff, you’ve probably heard about Twitter. Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other users’ updates (otherwise known as tweets), which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length.
What’s the relationship between Twitter and Italy? Well, I just found out of a new Twitter user called @italianword who broadcasts on a daily basis a new Italian term together with its meaning and a link to its audio pronunciation.
If you are studying Italian and are looking for an easy reminder of a new word to learn every day, then consider getting a Twitter account and follow @italianword.
p.s. I do have a personal Twitter account @tosolini but I mostly twit about work stuff. If you think I should start twitting about Italy more often than I blog, please let me know and I’ll consider doing it.
UPDATE: We do have now a Twitter account and it’s @italyfrominside