National daily newspaper Corriere della Sera has launched a new free online dictionary service on its website at http://dizionari.corriere.it. Web surfers can access the Sansoni Italian-English-Italian dictionary, which contains 408,000 words and is considered the leading dictionary in the sectors of science, technology and media as well as containing neologisms and youth slang. The Sabatini Coletti Italian language dictionary, which provides explanations and pronunciation notes for 43,200 Italian words, is also freely consultable. In addition, the Larousse French dictionary (Italian-French-Italian) and Sansoni German dictionary (Italian-German-Italian) can also be consulted. No registration is required for the service.
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Ground floor family apartment (100m sq) garden (400m sq) near the raccordo Flaminio or Cassai bis exit.
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one ensuite), large lounge, fitted equipped kitchen, covered off-road parking, garage/cantina, two-sided garden, 3 fitted wardrobes. Near train line to Pia...
Qualified English Mother Tongue Teachers required for IGCSE classes for the 2018-2019 Academic year Positions to teach: English, Maths, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Scie...
Professional language school is hiring qualified English mother tongue teachers for companies courses and General English classes in Rome. Please send CV to : firstname.lastname@example.org...