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Beginners’ Italian: food and drink
Beginners’ Italian: food and drink

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Course image: © Robert Harding Picture Library Ltd/Alamy

Figure 1 (a) © Ljupco Smokovski /

Figure 1 (b) © Anna Proudfoot

Figure 1 (c) © Agricultural Research Service

Figure 1 (d) © Rose-marie Henriksson |

Figure 1 (e) © Mk74 |

Figure 1 (f) © Valentyn74 |

Figure 1 (g) © Laurel Fan, cleared under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Figure 1 (h) © Nejron |

Figure 1 (i) © Nakic

Figure 3 © Nejron

Figure 4 image of orange drink: © Anna Proudfoot

Figure 5 © Ljupco Smokovski /

Figure 7 © Nakic

Figure 8 cornetto © Petr Kratochvil

Figure 9 caffè macchiato  © Jazzobrown

Figure 10 fruit juice © Agricultural Research Service

Figure 11 Café till receipt © Anna Proudfoot

Figure 12 Payment instructions sign © Anna Proudfoot

Figure 13 Sfogliatella © Anna Proudfoot

Figure 14 Rum baba © Cynoclub /

Figure 15 Caffè Fiorio © Stijn Nieuwendijk, cleared under Creative Commons License Deed Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Figure 16 Café Anacapri © Anna Proudfoot

Figure 17 Caffè Greco © Konstantinos Papaioannou |

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