Level: That's Amore!
This time’s episode is all about one of Italy’s favorite traditions: the arrival, during the month of October especially in smaller cities, of the so-called “Chestnut Man” (in Italian, “Castagnaro”). For many Italians, October is a month full of great memories, and one of these memories is eating warm roasted chestnuts while enjoying a stroll with friends and family. – So, let’s learn all about the mythical “Chestnut Man”, and let’s practice lots of useful Italian words and expressions that are sure to take your knowledge of Italian to the next level. Enjoy!
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That’s Amore! – Episode #23
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