Linguistic activist Vincent Cerda

May 20, 2016 650

It's not as common as it once was for American kids to learn Italian as their first language — and even when they do, it often fades as they grow. That's exactly what happened with Berwyn native Vincent Cerda, who grew up speaking Italian fluently but didn't rediscover his love for the language until he entered high school at Nazareth Academy.


"After some formal study all the language that I remembered from my youth quickly came back in a flood of memories," says Cerda, 21. "At that point I knew I wanted to help others have the same experience."

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Fonte: Fra Noi

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