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Italy research project
Transcript of Italy research project
Children in Italy start school when they are 6 years old. Most kids go to pre-school first, to help them get ready for primary school. There are two types of senior secondary school. At the Liceo (high school), students do subjects such as Science and languages and at the end of the course, they have very hard exams. If they pass the exams they can go to university. School is 6 days a week and starts at 8:30am and finishes at lunchtime. The Italian school year usually runs from mid-September to the end of June. School hours can vary from region to region and can be five or six, full or half days
The national sport is soccer. Every Sunday people all over Italy rush to their local stadium or watch the soccer match on TV. Fans at soccer matches get excited if their team wins; they run onto the field and rip the shirts off the winning team. In winter, Italian people go skiing. Summer sports include swimming, sailing. Fishing, hiking and mountain-climbing. The bicycle race is held every Spring. Cyclists cross the country for 3 weeks, the grand prix is held at Monza.
Italians love food! Italy is a home of many delicious dishes like pizza and spaghetti. Pizza is the national dish. It is made from flour, water and sometimes eggs. There are more than 500 diffrent types and shapes of pasta. Breakfast is a quick meal, they usually have bread with coffee or hot choclate. Lunch is the main meal of the day, they start off with a pasta dish then have meat, vegetables and a salad. Then have a friut tart or freash friut and cheese.
HOUSES THEY LIVE IN
AVERAGE MONTHLY WAGE
Ninety-nine per cent of Italians are Roman Catholic. Many Italians believe some things that cannot be proved. In Naple, there is a bottle which poeple say contains the blood of a saint. Every year a big ceremony is held to see whether the dried blood turns black. If it does they believe they will have good luck in the next year. The Pope is the leader of the Catholic Church . He lives in Vatican City, an area inside the city of Rome. The Vatican is only a small city, fewer than 1000 people live there and it only takes 5 minutes to walk from one side to the other. People come from all over the world to stand in the square outside St Peter's Basillica in the Vatican and be blessed by the Pope.
Italians have many diffrent festavals some
of them are:
-New Year's, the 1st of January
-Liberation day, the 25th of April
-Festaval of Snakes, June
-Assumption of the Virgin, 15th of augest
-Historical Regatta, September
-All Saints' Day, the 1st of November
-Christmas, the 25 of December
Italians live in much the same kind of housing that Americans do, with apartments, city and farm houses and suburbs.
The clothes that Italians wear are stylish, high-quality Clothing. Italians tend to dress slightly more formally than Americans. They prefer a blouse or a sleeveless shirt and shorts in favour of dresses and skirts.
in Italy depends
on what job you
have but ranges
The official language of Italy is the Italian language, a descendant of the Tuscan dialect and a direct descendant of Latin, but several regional languages are also spoken to varying degrees. Other non-indigenous languages are spoken by a substantial percentage of the population due to immigration.
(e.g areas like Rome, Napoli, Milan, Venice and more).