The keywords for learning a language in the most effective way are "immersion", "consistency" and "enthusiasm".
Think about how you learned your native language. Children speak the language by listening, repeating and trying to communicate in a world where only that language is spoken. Children learn to speak without knowing anything about grammar.
The same principles apply to learning Italian.
Learn Italian in Italy
Even for those who learn a second language, the best way to learn the language is to be surrounded by people who speak that language and to hear it wherever you go: at school, at the local shop, at the bar, at the supermarket, at the doctor, on the street.
In the beginning you will understand very little, day after day you will learn the sounds, and automatically you will learn to recognize and use the simplest expressions, such as "hello", "good morning", "thank you", "please."
It is important to acquire vocabulary, trying to translate shop signs, street signs by yourself, listening to music, watching movies.
Attending an intensive Italian course will help you enormously. It is a huge advantage to have an instructor to guide you, a group to practice with and have homework to reinforce what you learn during lessons and your daily life.
This applies to all levels, from beginner, intermediate or advanced. School helps you to have consistency.
The teacher knows how to adapt your learning to your goals and skills. They will teach you to speak and not to be afraid of making mistakes
Even if you can't say many things in Italian, speak and practice everything you learn. It's okay if you make a mistake, take it with humor and think it's normal to make mistakes and we all make mistakes.
Have fun learning! It is very important to learn while having fun because learning Italian does not have to be a brain-teaser. From our experience, we can assure you that if you are motivated and you like learning Italian, you will assimilate what you learn much faster.
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