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How to learn italian language?
Learn how to read,speak,write italian
There are a lot of online Italian courses, if you don't plan on taking any actual classes. It helps to buy some beginner-level grammar books and, as always, start with the basics; the alohabet + pronounciation. Then; verb conjugations, articles... With that, you should start with the speech (probably going to find that in the book too) - introductions and such...
Then just try to go step by step, like you would in a real school; tenses, expanding your vocabulary, simple reading, more grammar, speech, exercises...
But, the key to learning a language is always practice. It's good of you talk to someone who knows the language, or at least someone who's learning it with you. It will expand your vocabulary, and you will learn a lot of new things.
Italian isn't a very hard language. The grammar is very complicated, with a lot of tenses.. But the English language has quite a numerous amount of tenses too!
I would recommend that you go to a course though... It is always better to have an actual teacher teach you the language!00
- Learn Italian from a youtube video.01
- Youtube videos! If you're interested, my email is email@example.com, I'm italian and if you want I can chat with you in italian...
For the grammar there are some videos and web sites. For the spoken language, there are a looooot of videos.00
- You can use online translation services. I would be suggesting you a company which provides all types of language translations. I am also learning a language from there.
- I'm also learning italian. I am intermediate. I use babbel.com right now, it is very helpful almost like rosetta stone but cheaper :)00
- Vai in Italia per un periodo (anche breve) e cerca di imparare la lingua. Vedi che funziona? :)10
- Learning a language is fun when you figure out a great strategy.
I learned Italian after having various levels of success with Russian and German.
I took lessons with a Russian teacher and native speaker (it's very important that they are a native speaker). I worked with Russians at the time as well.
I poured over phrase books and dictionaries and then had the Russians I worked with correct my pronunciation and teach me various phrases.
I spent over 2 years trying to learn this way. Then a few years later, after I left my job where I worked with Russians, we had a family from Russia move into our neighborhood. They spoke German as well (my wife speaks German).
As this family spoke no English at the time, we helped them acclimatize to their new surroundings. My Russian by this time was very rusty and never was fluent to begin with. So, I turned to flashcards to help me improve my Russian. This, along with a few other methods helped to improve my Russian to a very good level within 6 months. I was able to read, speak and listen to Russian comfortably.
When I started learning Italian I took a different approach after having struggled with my Russian.
I started by using flashcard programs (online) which gave me the words with their pronunciation. I built up my vocabulary with about 30-60 minutes of practice per day. The flashcard system also used a spaced repetition system to learn the language more effectively.
After about 3 weeks to a month of practice I started practicing phrases with the flashcard system. This really helped me to notice the grammatical patterns of the language. (which by the way is the best way to start learning grammar - forget the grammar books when your just starting out)
After a couple of months of doing this, my Italian skyrocketed and I could understand much of my wifes family (from Calabria) with ease. Speaking was still a bit of a challenge, but this comes with practice.
I highly recommend this method of learning a language. If you are going to pay for a teacher to help you learn, the i'd only recommend that you spend at most 10% of your time with one. As an English tutor online, this is what I recommend to my students and it's very effective and inexpensive.
The 2 online flashcard systems I use are:
rocketitalian.fluentlyspeak.com (I prefer this site as they give you more than just flashcards)
www.learnwitholiver.com (This site provides strictly self directed resources)
- learn it here... really easy --->
- I'm Italian... :) I suppose that the nice factor is relocating to the interested nation to gain knowledge of the language, however in the event you can not do that you will have to research the basilar laws from a guide (a minimum of on the establishing) so you'll be able to gain knowledge of the basilar phrases and laws of the Italian language...Then you will have to simply develop your vocabulary and you may also do it talking to Italian humans, studying Italian books, looking Italian films and so on... I wish I helped you!!! Good success ;)00
- Italian is a beautiful language and very enjoyable to learn.
To my great consternation I find that the web addresses I had given earlier have been altered. I am now rectifying this and putting the new addresses:
The last website above also gives you the names of other possible courses which might interest you.
You can then move on to a higher level. Good luck!
Sincere apologies for the delay in noticing the links had changed!00
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