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Vorrei presentarvi la mia amica Emma che è un’insegnate di lingua italiana che vive a Roma. Ho avuto l’opportunità di incontrare Emma l’anno scorso a Roma e insieme abbiamo esplorato il ghetto romano e poi abbiamo cenato in una deliziosa trattoria. Quella sera abbiamo cenato su carciofi, pasta alla carbonara e abbiamo bevuto un ottimo vino rosso. Mentre mangiavamo, il proprietario del ristorante sedeva ad una tavolo vicino a noi a sbucciare scatole di carciofi e di tanto in tanto si univa alla nostra conversazione.
I would like to present my friend Emma who is an Italian language teacher who lives in Rome. I had the opportunity to meet up with Emma last year in Rome and together we explored the Roman ghetto and later had a dinner in a delightful trattoria. That evening we dined on artichokes, pasta carbonara and drank a very good red wine. As we ate, the restaurant owner sat at a table near-by peeling crates and crates of artichokes and he happily joined in our conversation from time to time.
Emma è aperta ed entusiasta e adesso sta aprendo la sua casa agli studenti che vogliono immergere nella lingua e la cultura. Se fate un Homestay con lei, non solo imparerete l’italiano, ma vedrete un lato vivace di Roma che tanti turisti non vedono mai.
Emma is delightful she is now opening her home up to language students who would like to immerse in language and culture. If you stay with her you will not only learn Italian, but you will see a lively side of Rome, not many tourists are privy too!
Emma’s Homestay in Rome
Emma is a professional Italian teacher from Italy, now living in Rome. She lives in a cozy apartment in a central part of the city. It is a lively and relaxing area, where you can have 100% Italian experience outside the usual tourist circuits.
Piazza Bologna, where Emma lives, is a 5 minutes walking from metro station Bologna, 3 stops from Termini Station. The area is near the Sapienza University of Rome, there are interesting spot to see as: the Sant’Agnese Church and Mausoleum of Santa Costanza, Basilica of San Lorenzo, Villa Torlonia park with the museo, the theater, la casa delle civette, the neighborhood Coppedé, the street market of via Catania, the parisienne museum in Rome.
What you will find in Rome!
Rome is one of the most beautiful and famous cities in the world. It is the capital of Italy and was one of the centers during ancient history. In Rome you can find the remains of Roman civilization, as well as some interesting medieval churches, paintings and Renaissance statues, architectures and Baroque works.
Rome has many museums and art exhibitions. But Rome is above all a city to be enjoyed, with its characteristic neighborhoods, its metropolitan chaos in which to look for bars and clubs in which to escape and to make up for the atmospheres that these places emanate. It is unique with its 34 centuries of urban history. Every event in the history of the city has left its mark, the numerous layers of history of the city contribute to its unique character and charm.
Emma’s Homestay courses are tailored to the student interest and level
Learning is both formal and informal. Emma has worked out a teaching style that combines classic educational methods and with afternoon cultural activities. Her lessons are designed to stimulate and enhance the learner’s communicative skills through conversation practice as well. Each Home stay program will be tailored to each student’s individual needs and will include guided tours, reading books and magazines, listening to cds and watching videos in Italian as well as the use of the internet. Lessons will be designed to meet each student’s level and interests and structured to help the student improve language skills, while at the same time be fun and relaxing.
You can choose to have either 10, 15, 20 hours of lessons weekly. Generally the lessons are taken during the morning with the afternoon reserved for tours and other activities.
Emma’s Homestay experience and accommodations
During a Homestay with Emma you will have the use of a private bedroom with a private bathroom. You may take full advantage of the kitchen and free WiFi. You will share the rest of the house with Emma and take meals with her. The price of the Homestay includes room and board, lessons, daily excursions, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
In Rome for a day and want to practice your Italian
or plan a special one-time event with Emma?
Emma is happy to meet you and organize a variety of activities including:
– Tour food and wine tours
– Conversation or lessons: Daily, weekly or on the week-ends
– Daily walking tours in Rome
– Learn Italian drinking wine
– Organized Event Dinner to meet other international guests and practice Italian Conversation
Emma also offers online Italian lessons
Emma’s credentials include: Postgraduate Specialization and Advanced Professional Training Courses: “Didactics of Italian as a Foreign Language” (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) – Certification in Italian Language Teaching Competence DITALS 2nd level (University of Siena – DITALS Centre) – Examiner CELI / CIC – Modern Literature Degree (University of Pisa).
For more information about Emma’s Homestay in Rome or set up an appointment or private language walking or wine tour, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to check Emma’s availability.
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