I felt language courses in the language of the host country were extremely helpful. It was easier to pick up on speech patterns, dialects, etc. when surrounded by it daily. The other course I enjoyed was the history course. Because Rome is a city rich with culture, history, and art it was amazing to see what I was learning about first hand.
Not really. They do recommend learning the language a bit before arriving to the Rome Campus. I actually agree with that because it gives the experience a totally different touch because then the student can fit into the culture without many problems, even though the Romans were nice enough to learn english and prefered to speak english.
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