Benedetta Rossi Marangoni is a native Italian speaker and she is an instructor with extensive experience in teaching students of all ages. Benedetta comes from Bologna, a little city in the north-east of Italy.  She has been a passionate “teacher” especially coming from a family of teachers. She received degrees in Classical Studies from Institute Liceo Ginnasio Galvani In Bologna – Italy.Afterward, Benedetta attended the “ Alma Mater Studiorum” of the  University of Bologna, in which she studied Italian Grammar and Literature, as well as several ancient languages among which Latin, Ancient  Greek, Sanscrito and Ancient languages pre-romans deserve a particular mention.

In Italy, Benedetta taught Italian, Latin, Greek ,Philosophy and History in High School, and tutored students of all grades.Recently, she moved to Boston to follow her husband, who works at MGH as a researcher. Currently, Benedetta is a Plida Instructor of Italian  language and culture at the Dante Alighieri in Cambridge, at CCAE in Cambridge and at NEMPAC in North End.