Author Dianne Hales says, “Italian, handcrafted by poets and wordsmiths, embodies its native speakers’ greatest genius: the ability to transform anything–from marble to melody, from the humble noodle to life itself–into a joyous art.” Learn everything from the history of the language, to why there are so many past tenses and what the languge of Italian food says about the culture.
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