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Learn About the Italian Explorer Marco Polo
In this online lesson, we will be diving into the life and travels of Marco Polo, the 13th-century merchant and explorer who traveled from Venice to Asia and left a lasting impact on the world with his book “Il Milione.” Not only will you learn about the fascinating life of Marco Polo, but you will also have the opportunity to improve your Italian listening comprehension.
Improve Your Italian Listening Comprehension
You can access the Italian and English translations and the audio recording as you listen to the short lecture. This will allow you to follow along and better understand the material while practicing your listening skills. By the end of the lesson, you will have a deeper understanding of Marco Polo’s legacy and a stronger foundation in the Italian language.
So, grab your passport and get ready to embark on a journey of discovery with Marco Polo. Sign up for this online lesson today and improve Italian comprehension in a fun and engaging way!
Marco Polo è stato un famoso esploratore italiano del Medioevo. È nato a Venezia nel 1254 e ha viaggiato per molti anni in Asia con suo padre e suo zio. Ha incontrato il grande imperatore mongolo Genghis Khan e ha visitato molte città importanti come Pechino e Bukhara.
Ha scritto un libro molto famoso chiamato “Il Milione” che racconta le sue avventure in Asia. Il libro ha ispirato molti altri viaggiatori a esplorare il mondo. Marco Polo è morto a Venezia nel 1324.
Marco Polo was a famous Italian explorer of the Middle Ages. He was born in Venice in 1254 and traveled for many years in Asia with his father and uncle. He met the great Mongol emperor Genghis Khan and visited many important cities like Beijing and Bukhara.
He wrote a famous book called “The Million” about his adventures in Asia. The book inspired many other travelers to explore the world. Marco Polo died in Venice in 1324.