Lara and Luca go to the boat to verify Ms. Brumelt's change of alibi, and they come across Massimo who works there. You can easily imagine Manara's expression... but he then gets a call about some rotten fish in a van, and a surprise.
After the huge success of the television series, “I Cesaroni,” Alessandra Mastronardi is the star of “Don’t Stop Dreaming,” where she plays the part of an aspiring dancer. In an interview for starlit.tv! she talks about the very different personalities of the two characters, as well as her own.
Serena finishes showing us the music store by guiding us through the guitar section, as well as the section dedicated to the instruments of the orchestra. She closes by a quick visit to the sheet music department.
The journey into the past continues, and this time Paolo, the proprietor even tells an anecdote concerning American history. If you're wondering what American History has to do with ancient Rome, tune in!
Daniela teaches us something very important! When you have two verbs in the infinitive, one after another, they get connected by the preposition "a" (to). Most of the time one of those verbs is andare (to go). She gives us some examples.
Dealing with gender in Italian can be tricky. Most feminine nouns do end in "a," but not all. If it were only that easy! Marika tells us some of the main types of exceptions, putting them into categories to help us remember.
What did people eat in Ancient Rome? Paolo, the owner of the restaurant, tells us about the history of the place and talks about the most popular dishes on the menu based on actual recipes from Roman times.
Gualtiero Marchesi is an artist, using food to express his creativity. He's also headstrong, and doesn't easily accept other people's ideas. Step by step, he shows us how to make his famous open ravioli, beautiful to look at, and wonderful to taste!