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In Bocca al Lupo

How to live in Italy and not die trying

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First of August

-Susana? …. Susana?

– Oui, Monsieur ?

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Spanish flatmate in a nutshell

All truth about sharing flat with a Spaniard

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Inés. For you.

The story about magic endeavours that have happened in the city next to Venice.
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+10 reasons why not to date Italians

Have you ever heard the stereotypes about Italians? I am sure you did. There are couple of them that talk about food or the way they behave when they go out with friends.

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5 THINGS ABOUT ZUZANNA (EN)

How to live with a Polish flatmate and not to die trying.  Continue reading “5 THINGS ABOUT ZUZANNA (EN)”

Mira cómo vuelo (SP)

– ATTO PRIMO. SCENA… PRIMA –

Interior de un aula con pizarra blanca al fondo. Sobre las paredes un mapa-mundi y otro con las provincias italianas remarcadas. Las mesas están agrupadas de tres en tres. La profesora viste falda larga y gesticula cuando habla para hacerse entender. Continue reading “Mira cómo vuelo (SP)”

Quanti pallini ci sono in questa immagine?

L’esperimento che stai per fare si trova nel campo della cognizione numerica non simbolica; cioè, studiamo cosa succede nel cervello quando si fa la matematica. Continue reading “Quanti pallini ci sono in questa immagine?”

20 things you learn at law school

We are all crazy there, in law school.  We never stop talking. We never stop arguing. We cry when we pass, we cry when we don’t pass. We are always busy. We count time in different terms. We change definition of word “impossible” with each +600pages exam. Continue reading “20 things you learn at law school”

Streetcable called Expectation (ENG)

Gosh, it’s extremely cold in this jacket, she thought. She was standing at the platform, waiting for the tram number eight. She wasn’t sure if there was about to arrive either that cutting-edge one or an old, about-to-die „bimba”[1] . She was not  sure about anything that day. Continue reading “Streetcable called Expectation (ENG)”

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