How to IMPROVE your ITALIAN by READING books

When you begin to learn a new foreign language, it seems impossible to become comfortable with grammar and vocabulary. What lots of students underestimate is the presence of a way to overcome these obstacles: reading. Reading’s the best way to make contact with the real language and to see all the rules, typically in books, finally put into practice. Anyway, in order to be effective, a few adjustments shall be followed. In this article, we’ll show you how to make the most of a reading experience in a foreign language.

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How to ROLL your “R” in ITALIAN + Rotacismo

Pronunciation is, no doubt, one of the first great problems we face when we start learning a new language! In Italian, one of the hardest sounds to pronounce for non-native speakers is definitely the vibrant “R”. In this lesson you’ll find out if all Italians pronounce it the same way, the reason why not everyone is able to pronounce it, and how to improve its pronunciation, for those who cannot.

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Cornetto, Brioche or Croissant? What is the difference? Let’s find out their history and features!

It’s time to talk about something that’s very dear to us Italians. For us, breakfast is the one thing we really can’t say no to, or skip. It’s a really sacred time of the day and nobody can ruin it. What is typically the most characteristic Italian breakfast? Usually, a cup of coffee (or a cappuccino) together with one brioche, cornetto, or a croissant… but aren’t they really the same thing? Are there any differences? How do we eat them? What do we accompany them with? We are going to clear everything up! 

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Quick and Easy Methods to learn HUNDREDS of WORDS in a foreign language!

“Help, I learn words all the time, but then I forget them after a few days. What can I do?” I always receive messages of this kind and I understand them, because being able to remember the meanings of all the words we find and look for on the vocabulary is not easy! Indeed! It’s easier to remember how to use the subjunctive in Italian… and that says a lot! If you are finding difficulty in memorising, keep reading, I’ll recommend you some tricks!

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