Materassini da mare, bara rosa o junky food?

Materassini da mare, bara rosa o junky food?

Gonfiabili da mare: da qualche tempo i materassini seguono mode stagionali.
Per i bambini la soluzione migliore è scegliere dei gonfiabili con tetto proteggi raggi o con fattezze di animali o personaggi dei cartoon.
Per gli adulti quest’anno la nuova moda prevede un materassino a forma di bara, rosa oppure nera per chi possiede un’anima dark.
Esistono anche gonfiabili che invitano all’amicizia e all’happy-hour fra le onde, a forma di enormi fette di pizza che si possono usare per formare un cerchio e stare tutti insieme in compagnia.
Simpatico anche il materassino a forma di avocado con il nocciolo che si stacca e si usa come pallone oppure le isole galleggianti dotate di ombrelloni o anche la serie junky-food che propone forme diverse come ciambelle ricoperte di glassa, cupcakes o patatine.

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Inflatables, pink coffin or junky food?

Inflatables: for some time inflatables follow seasonal trends.
For kids, the best option is to choose inflatables with a roof to protect from the sun or in the shape of animals or cartoon characters.
For adults this year the new trend offers a sea mattress shaped like a coffin, in pink or black for those who have a dark soul.
There are also inflatables which invite you to friendship and happy-hour in the waves, shaped as giant pizza slices which can be used to form a circle and be all together in good company.
Very nice also the sea mattress shaped like avocado with the detachable pit that can be used as a ball or the floating islands complete with parasols or even the junky-food series offering different shapes such as sugar-glazed doughnuts, cupcakes or French fries.

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If you’re struggling to learn a foreign language, trust the advice of a polyglot language teacher and translator. I was raised speaking only Italian, and now I speak nine foreign languages, mostly at an advanced level, several of which I learned without going abroad, some in only a few months. I achieved this as an adult by speaking with people, not in class or with books, using original techniques and free or affordable learning resources. I've taught Italian to adults in language schools and universities. I work as an independent translator from Japanese, Korean and Chinese into Italian. I've lectured in polyglot clubs about my method. I have developed my own Italian audio course "Ripeti con me!" Based on spaced repetition, this course is for total beginners to intermediate learners who want to practice speaking. My lessons are designed to: - Practice all the skills needed for communication - Learn words by gestures, and grammar by examples - Gradually shift from textbook to real-life material - Follow a plan to master grammar - Memorize by spaced repetition - Keep topics relevant to you - Keep motivation Dear beginner, I'll teach you only if: - You're motivated and consistent (2+ lessons per week) - You have at least 30 minutes a day for self-study - You're willing to take my one-time course on how to learn languages (if Italian is your first foreign language)
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If you’re struggling to learn a foreign language, trust the advice of a polyglot language teacher and translator. I was raised speaking only Italian, and now I speak nine foreign languages, mostly at an advanced level, several of which I learned without going abroad, some in only a few months. I achieved this as an adult by speaking with people, not in class or with books, using original techniques and free or affordable learning resources. I've taught Italian to adults in language schools and universities. I work as an independent translator from Japanese, Korean and Chinese into Italian. I've lectured in polyglot clubs about my method. I have developed my own Italian audio course "Ripeti con me!" Based on spaced repetition, this course is for total beginners to intermediate learners who want to practice speaking. My lessons are designed to: - Practice all the skills needed for communication - Learn words by gestures, and grammar by examples - Gradually shift from textbook to real-life material - Follow a plan to master grammar - Memorize by spaced repetition - Keep topics relevant to you - Keep motivation Dear beginner, I'll teach you only if: - You're motivated and consistent (2+ lessons per week) - You have at least 30 minutes a day for self-study - You're willing to take my one-time course on how to learn languages (if Italian is your first foreign language)
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