Turin is a destination in and of itself but sometimes the bustling city gets old. While there are always tons of cultural events going on, performances in Piazza Castello, and enough restaurants and bars to visit a new one every day for years, it can be a bit overstimulating. There’s so much more to northwestern […]
After living in Italy for three years and self-teaching myself Italian, I’ve come across many situations where the Italian to English translation just didn’t quite sound right in English. Anyone who speaks multiple languages knows this feeling quite well! Google Translate is incredibly useful, but of course, it has its limits and isn’t 100% accurate. […]
When you learn Italian – you’re not just learning some antiquated language. Rather, you’re adding depth to your Italian vacation and expanding your professional network. Oh, and you’re preventing Alzheimer’s and exercising your brain, too!
If you’re browsing Italian courses in Italy, it may be hard for you to find the right place – but we’ll let you in on a secret destination. The best place to learn Italian in Turin, Italy. You may have heard of Turin from the Olympic Games in 2006 or as a gateway to the […]
Grande successo, domenica 24 marzo ad Agliè, zona di spicco nel canavese tanto cara a Guido Gozzano, per il 1° convegno degli Operatori Turistici. L’iniziativa, realizzata dalla Proloco di Agliè, dal tour operator di incoming Emozionincanavese di Agliè, dal tour operator Mobitour e dalla scuola di lingue e interpretariato Languages Point, di Torino, è stata […]
Grande successo a Torino di Brexit. La sfida scritto da Daniele Capezzone e Federico Punzi. Languages Point ha partecipato all’evento dello scorso 14 novembre 2017. Interventi profondi e generosi della professoressa Anna Bono, del professor Aldo Mola e di Alberto Simoni.