Thinking about speding “Ferragosto” in Italy? Do you know this public holiday? It comes from the Latin Feriae Augusti (
Today, on the 15th of August, most Italians choose to go to the beach or have a bbq. Or the two together. In fact some spend the previous night doing a bonfire with bbq on the beach, watch the fireworks, and wait until the next day’s celebrations, which normally involve a big lunch with family and friends.
But what happens if you are in Italy as a tourist? Here is all you need to know. I have prepared a short text where you practice your present tense verbs. The activity is easy because you have a list of options to choose from 🙂