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“Ferragosto” In Italy: All You Need To Know (Present Tense Verbs)

Thinking about speding “Ferragosto” in Italy? Do you know this public holiday? It comes from the Latin Feriae Augusti (the festivals of the Emperor Augustus).

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 🙂

Level: Beginner

 

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