No problems at all, I mean young people are mostly bilingual. I had Canadian and American roomies and they were fine, It's an international city full of foreign people. Obv you can't expect to speak in english with everyone and you'll probably need to learn a few basic phrases.
Hi!Milan is the most international city in Italy. You will hand no problem with English. But you can also practice Italian if you want
Hi, in milan most of the citizens speak english, and i can warn you about university, Politecnico di Milano is the best university in Italy, and the class course are made in english language!
Welcome to Milan! you are gonna enjoy for sure!where u come from?
Hi Sasha! I live in Milan and I can assure you is one of the few cities in Italy where you can totally live without speaking Italian... almost everyone speaks English and there are lots of foreign students and workers, so I'm sure you'll be alright here!
Feel free to ask any other specific question you have
Hi Sasha. Milan is Italian the most international city. Lots of foreigners here. I suppose you won't have any problem with the language, nor in making friend! good luck
Yes, for me it's important to know some italian words, because in Italy we're not too good to speak foreign languages... A month is not so long, but i recommend you to learn a little
Hi Sasha,I have lived in Milan for one year and I can tell you that you should learn italian a bit but I can assure you that almost everyone speaks English there and you shouldn't have problems
Not really, Milan is the most international city in Italy. Be ready for answers not necessary in Oxford english, but most people will be OK. Even in bars if the waiter is in trouble don't be ashamed to ask for help to other patrons
Hi Sasha, you can come in Milan without any problems! Almost everybody knows at least a little bit of english.. maybe with someone you'll have to talk slowly but in the end they will understand you!
Hi Sasha!No worry, you'll be able to enjoy your stay without having to learn Italian. Fine to speak English to manage basically everything (maybe not ideal only when having to deal with legal issues). Sure you'll have the chance to make friends and see/do great things: in Milan you'll find restaurants, art galleries, shops, architecture and much more to enjoy day and nightlife. Your can easily reach places using public Transports (tube, buses...). A lot of cabs are anyway available. Have a great time here!Barbara
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