Learn Italian words: home is where your “casa” is!
Whether you are an expat living in Italy, an Erasmus student or simply an Italian Language enthusiast, you might have had to cope with the Italian words used to describe your home, its rooms and its furniture. Some of them are quite obvious, at least for Indo-European speakers, but others can be tricky and deceiving: a tenda, in Italian, is not only used for camping, and a pensile has definitely nothing to do with drawing. And if you are interested in setting up the perfect workspace in your home to learn Italian effectively, just take a look at our School Director’s suggestions in the Porch.com article Learning Languages from Home Q&A: Tips and Advice from the Experts.
To help you find your bearings inside an Italian home, here’s our new infographic: la casa in Italiano. Enjoy!