Valentina Rampazzo

Valentina Rampazzo is an Italian Content Manager and writer. She has lived in five countries across Europe and speaks as many languages. She is based in Berlin where she works at Lingoda. She also collaborates with a Portuguese association focused on helping the integration of migrants through languages by writing for their blog. Apart from writing, she enjoys cooking and experimenting with plant-based food, loves traveling and has a hard time saying no to cuddle time with her black cat.

Latest posts by Valentina Rampazzo


May 21, 2024

97 ‘-are’ verbs in Italian

In their infinite form, you can divide Italian verbs into three groups based on their endings: -are, -ere and -ire...


Apr 12, 2024

The 20 regions of Italy: A guide

Find Italy on an antique map or globe, and you’ll see a boot-shaped peninsula whose coast plunges into the Mediterranean....


Apr 11, 2024

Sorry in Italian: How to apologize in 29 different ways

Everyone — yes, even Italians — can make mistakes that may warrant an apology. Fortunately, the Italian language has no...


Apr 11, 2024

Coffee in Italy: History, types and how to order

You can’t fully understand the Bel Paese without first wrapping your head around the tradition of coffee in Italy. Imagine:...


Apr 10, 2024

La famiglia: How to talk about family in Italian

La famiglia (the family) is an integral and intricate part of Italian culture. Sure, it may at times be portrayed...


Apr 05, 2024

‘A tavola!’ 102 words about food in Italian

Italians say “l’appetito vien mangiando” (the appetite comes with eating) and we surely hope to stimulate your appetite for learning...


Mar 25, 2024

How to say the months of the year in Italian

Carnival, the Festa della Repubblica (Day of the Republic), Ferragosto and la vendemmia (harvest season) are all important events on...


Mar 18, 2024

How to say ‘I like’ in Italian

What do Italians say when they like something? Well, there’s quite a range of options available. First and foremost, in...


Mar 07, 2024

Italian present tense made easy: A comprehensive guide

If there’s something Italian is known for, it’s the rich variety of verb tenses. Before you get ahead of yourself...