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Which is the best way to learn Italian on your own?

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Answered Jun 20Italian
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Giovanni NunziataNative Italian tutor 🇮🇹🤩19 students helped

You will need a grammar book, an exercise book, apps and websites. Start with the basics of the grammar trying to memorise as many vocabulary as possible. You also need to practice your hearing and reading comprehension and you might find useful apps and websites online that can help you out. Anyway I would always suggest any student to have a tutor to guide him/her in the learning process.

Answered Apr 20Italian
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Elly GyimanNative Italian speaker with MSc in Health Economics at City University of London14 students helped

Hi Tahmin, I think it is possible to learn Italian on your own, however it is going to be harder. To speak the Italian language, you need to know all the basic grammar rules. So it is much easier if you are supported by a native speaker to get a steer with learning the rules. I am currently tutoring an adult student and this method is working really well. I offer a free taster lesson to assess my prospective student’s initial level and establish their desired level. I then plan lessons accordingly in order to help the student reach his or her target. I hope this is helpful. Thanks, Elly

Answered Mar 20Italian
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Giovanni NunziataNative Italian tutor 🇮🇹🤩19 students helped

Hi :) If you want to learn Italian on your own it will obviously be more difficult. I always suggest to be followed by a tutor, at least in the beginning. However what you could do is start with a grammar book that teaches in the “old school” style and use it alongside new concept of grammar and listening books with CDs/online audio files like “Living Language Italian”, watch dedicated channel on Youtube, read a lot of italian books (entry level in the beginning) and watch movies/tv series/talk show in Italian with English subtitles. The grammar is obviously essential and you will have to practice it a lot.

Answered Aug 18Italian
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Carola Maria BigognoI'm a curious and ambitious medical student and teacher!568 students helped

Hello Tahmin, There are lots of good resources online to learn some basic Italian. If you are lookimg for a tutor, I am an Italian native speakers and I have previously taught Italian to an Adult Learner. I'd be happy to help.

Answered May 18Italian
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There’s a plethora of online resources for learning languages, including Italian. Try sites or apps like Duolingo, Tinycards and Memrise, or find native language partners to chat with through apps such as Speaky. Or find a tutor through Scoodle! I can help with basic Italian, as I use these same resources to learn it myself.

Answered Apr 18Italian
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Nadia NohFeel free to ask me questions. Hope we can work together. Thank you15 students helped

Hi. If you want to learn by yourself you can either learn from internet. You can watch YouTube channel on how to pronounce the right way in Italian or you can buy some books for reference. Hope this helps.

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