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Italian language is another one from the group of Romance languages. It is the official language in Italy, Vatican, San Marino and Switzerland and serves as a mother-tongue to over 70 million speakers. Although believed to be largely contained to Europe, its immigrant populations have spread the language and its culture to North America, South America, and Australia.

Italian is one of most melodious and pleasant-sounding languages in the world, which is why it is a very popular choice for second-language acquisition, in addition to being known as a representative characteristic of its speakers, their customs, and the popular culture, especially in art, music, film, and literature.

Italian language is a rich literary language, which means that long before it became an official language of Italy, it was the language of its masters of art, philosophy and applied sciences, especially Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio. The language in which they have written their masterpieces, which are considered to be of worldwide cultural and historic importance, contain the findings and philosophical discussions on a variety of subjects, in Italian and in translation to other languages. As such, our experts understand and apply their knowledge in this language, as one rich in humanities, especially history, art, and architecture, reflecting the wealth of cultural heritage originating in Italy.

At Homework Help Canada we have researchers fluent in Italian language, history and literature, ready to apply their knowledge and experience in assisting with your project or task. We believe that knowing the Italian language means having access to a literary heritage that is of fundamental importance for the European history, considerable human and other scientific languages, theater, music, opera and cinema, and can apply this in any further research. Trust the experts at Homework Help Canada, get a quote now.


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