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Most of the time, people who want to learn a foreign language (whether it’s English or Italian, French or German) start by buying a grammar textbook and a bilingual dictionary and learning every possible grammar rule and word. But what most people don’t understand is that communication is not all about grammar, syntax and vocabulary. During an act of communication, many other elements come into play all at the same time, that’s why we decided to create a free Italian course completely based on the Imitation Technique: the method that helped millions of people all over the world to learn foreign languages automatically, without studying!
In this lesson, we’ll talk about the best Italian grammar books that can be found on the market for all those who want to learn Italian, regardless of their level. As everyone knows, grammar is an essential part of every language. Yes, of course, learning how to hold a conversation is also important, but without a solid grammar base, it’s practically impossible to speak correctly. Depending on your goals, you might need a grammar book set in a certain way instead of another. Because of that, there are many Italian grammar books on the market and it’s easy to get lost. That’s why I’m here, I’ll try to help you find the textbook that best suits your needs!
Teaching online is becoming an increasingly popular career choice, and for good reason too. The demand in education for teachers and tutors with great digital skills is more important now than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has really placed further emphasis on this need, but we’ve known for a long time that in a world where the internet has dictated how we access information, how we stay in touch with family and friends, and carry out day to day tasks, digital skills are the future.
In Italian there are many little words used by native speakers that apparently don’t have a very precise meaning, but in reality, they express a concept, a well-defined meaning. In fact, in this lesson, we’ll look at one of these words: “appunto”, with all its uses and meanings, because it has many… Obviously, as always, we’ll give you many examples, to make learning easier and more practical.
There are many words in Italian that seem (apparently) completely identical, but actually have slightly or cmpletely different meanings. In this lesson I will try to explain them to you once and for all, so that you won’t mix them up ever again.