everywhere in Italy you can find a typical language. I would add two things:
- Tuscans have a language of their own, but I would remind that Tuscany and especially Florence, Siena, Arezzo, and Certaldo are the places that are strictly linked with the birth of Italian; in fact, Dante Alighieri, Petrarca and Boccaccio where born and lived in these places;
- in order to enrich your vocabulary, focaccia can be also called ciaccino.
Andrea Andrea and Antonella Conforti, in the navel of Tuscany