My trip to Trento


It’s been a number of weeks since I last posted for the SWITCH blog and so I feel as though I should very quickly catch everybody up before I go on to write about this month’s topic: The Trento Trip. Continue reading “My trip to Trento”



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I’m Stefano and I am 18 years old. I live in Tenlapo, a small town near Trento. I moved to Italy when I was one year old but every single person thinks that I’m Italian because my skin is white and normally the people who live in Brazil have black skin. In Italy, I attend Tambosi High School. This school has three different types of course you can choose from: Tourism, Marketing and Information Technology. I choose the Tourism course because, for me, I thought it would be the easiest and the right choice for me. Continue reading “Stefano”


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Hello my name is Sara and I am 14 years old. I’m in the first year of Tambosi and I love my school. My favourite subject is Maths and I think it is very interesting. In Italy we have two years of school that students have all the same subjects and at the third year we choose what we want to do. There are 4 courses and I want to do the economics course. There are language, IT and tourism courses too. Continue reading “Sara”


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Hello my name is Chiara and I am 15 years old. I come from Italy and I live in Favez a small village near Val di Cemburo near Trento. I’m in the first year at Tambosi Battisti School and I like learning and doing homework at school. I like all subjects but my favourite subjects are foreign languages. Continue reading “Chiara”


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Hello, I’m Ludouica and I’m 14. I live in a small city called Valcounover, 20km away from Trento. I’m in the first year of school which is focused on Business. My favourite subjects are absolutely languages. I study German and English and I know a little bit of Spanish. I love languages because they can give you a cultural mix and you can travel all around the world and talk with people from other countries. Continue reading “Ludouica”