The Executive Branch is the administrative branch of the White House, containing the Executive Office of the President as well as several Departments and Offices. Those departments and offices are explained within this section of the EduCentre.


Congress, the Legislative branch and the legislature of the Habbo White House, is charged with creating and maintaining the statute laws of the Habbo White House. Congress is primarily established in Article 2 of the Constitution.


The Judicial Branch is home to the legal system of the White House. It is established through the Judicial Act 2019 which regulates the ranks within the branch. The Judicial Branch comprises of the White House court system, including the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, and the District Court.

Secret Service

The Secret Service is the branch of the White House that is responsible for the security of the President and Vice President. The Secret Service train and recruit all new members of the White House and assist the Department of Defense in the Security of the HQ and at events.

Foreign Language Taskforce

The Foreign Languages Task Force is an Executive branch initiative to promote and educate White House community members on languages other than the English language. The education and pages are provided by fluent speakers of those languages. If you see a language that is missing that you'd like to help add to our catalogue, please contact the Executive Office of the President.

LGBTQ+ & BIPOC Taskforce

The LGBTQ+ & BIPOC Task Force is an Executive branch initiative focused on fostering a more inclusive White House environment for members of the LGBTQ+ and BIPOC communities, and educating community members on topics like discrimination, language use, legal protections, and intersectionality.

SSLEEP Working Group

The Secret Service Legal Education Encouragement Program (SSLEEP) is apart of the manifesto launched by the #Reshape administration. This program aims to educate the Secret Service when it comes to the legal systems revolving around the White House.


Italian language has a long history that goes way back to the Roman Empire - around 300 B.C.- and in more than 2000 years it evolved from Latin in the Italian territory, but you could find different versions of Italian depending on the region. The real change happened around 1300, in Florence, because all the famous artists of that time used the Italian spoken in Florence as the language for their masterpieces. Finally, in 1842, with the publishing of The Betrothed by Manzoni, a seed of revolution was planted in the Italians, which was pushing them to kick away the Austrians from Italy, become one nation and adopt as official language the Italian spoken in Florence which officially happened in 1861.

Fun fact: Italian is recognised as official language of 6 nations: Italy, San Marino, Switzerland, Vatican City, Slovenia and Croatia.


Where is …? Dov'è …?
What is this? Cos'è questo?
What time is it? Che ore sono?
Do you have …? Hai …?
Do you like …? Ti piace …?
What do you recommend? Cosa consigli?
Where can I …? Dove posso …?
Who is …? Chi è …?
When is …? Quando …?



Good morning Buongiorno
Good day Buona giornata
Good afternoon Buon pomeriggio
Good night/evening Buona notte/sera
Hello Ciao
What is your name? Come ti chiami?
My name is … Mi chiamo …
How are you? Come stai?
Thank you Grazie
Goodbye Ciao (informal) / Arrivederci (formal)
Nice to meet you Piacere di conoscerti



I like … Mi piace …
I don't like … Non mi piace …
I speak … (languages) Parlo …
I'd like to go to … Mi piacerebbe andara …
I live in … Vivo in … (nation) / Vivo a … (city)
It is ... PM/AM or o'clock (telling time) Sono le … (concept of PM/AM doesn't exist in Italy)

August 16th 2021, 10:35 AM BST

Originally written on August 15th 2021, 12:40 AM BST by Martin-:.