Every month, on the first Sunday, all national museum are free (some of them may still require advanced booking)! It’s a great opportunity to discover and see with your own eyes the numberless masterpieces kept in the Milan museums. Below you find a list of the museum participating the initiative: Acquario e civica stazione […]
Choose your Language
Getting close to the Italian culture, and by extension the beautiful Italian language, allows you to discover a world full of history and ancient traditions. Using music, food and films, studying our language is a game which is always fun and engaging!
Perhaps because of this, Italian is currently the fourth most studied language in the world.
Knowing English is a must, but the question that we are often asked is, “why, after years and years of studying books, am I still unable to understand a film in its original language, or have a real conversation with my American friends?”
Maybe because English, more than many other languages, is not made up of complicated grammatical structures, but of inflection and accents, as well as expressions difficult to find in books.
For this reason Bridge School holds active and dynamic lessons that include guided activities, allowing you to live the language rather than simply practice it.
Like all languages of far-away countries, a purely grammatical or linguistic approach would only feed confusion and difficulty in communicating with a world about which we know little in reality.
Precisely for this reason, our Chinese courses combine lessons made up solely of language with various activities with Chinese students, such as traditional game nights, tea tastings, movie nights with films in their original language, and many others. Our primary goal is to offer students an opportunity to understand the Chinese culture, bringing a bit of China here to Milan
La Festa della Repubblica si celebra ogni anno il 2 giugno. Una ricorrenza nazionale, molto sentita, che ricorda la nascita della moderna nazione italiana, l’atto fondativo della Repubblica e la fine della monarchia sabauda. Festa della Repubblica, perché si festeggia Il 2 e 3 giugno 1946, infatti, gli italiani furono chiamati a votare, tramite referendum istituzionale, quale forma di stato […]