When it comes to tutor Italian language and culture it comes natural to link the language to it’s culture. Italian is currently the 4th most studied language in the world, there has been a major interest in recent years for learners from all over the world to learn this language which originates from the Latin language. In the Italian language you can observe the culture, identity of a country which has almost two millennia of years influenced by different cultures and developments that have brought Italian to be a well established language rich in lexical, stylistical and structural linguistical context.
Conventionally, we speak of “Italian language” to refer to the national language spoken in Italy, referring to the neo-Latin language based on the variety spoken in Florence, the cradle of Renaissance and Humanism of the Bel Paese. However, what is commonly called “Italian” is nothing but a terminological convention: no Italian citizen actually communicates orally in “standard Italian”.