The Italian language as a passepartout


Any attempt at collaboration and cooperation must necessarily begin from the achievement of a common linguistic base – the primary resource for any process of communication. From this point of view, the spread and use of Italian in the universities of Serbia and Montenegro is unbdoubtedly a brilliant example. And the path of the spread of Italian in these areas has progressed successfully side by side in schools and universities.

Any attempt at collaboration and cooperation must necessarily begin from the achievement of a common linguistic base – the primary resource for any process of communication. From this point of view, the spread and use of Italian in the universities of Serbia and Montenegro is unbdoubtedly a brilliant example. And the path of the spread of Italian in these areas has progressed successfully side by side in schools and universities.

 

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