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Milan Profile on Askmen.com

A journalist I know thought I might like to have a go at a writing assignment for men’s magazine website Askmen.com.

Although I was unsure it was going to get published, it did.  It was fun to do, but required quite a bit of research, even if this may not come across in the article.

What I wrote was a profile on my home town, Milan.  The words are mine, but the photos are not.

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Stop reading, start speaking

Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

If you have a moment, have a read – its here:  Askmen.com – fine living – Destinations – Milan

Let me know what you reckon too.

With thanks to Nicole Martinelli for pointing Askmen.com towards me!

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