Learn How to Speak Italian Like a Native in No Time Through These Fun and Interactive Exercises.
Learning other languages can be a very dull activity – if you don't have this guide to show you the fun way how to do that, of course. This guide combines fun activities, which makes learning more enjoyable and more memorable. It's perfect if you have trouble absorbing new information or if you are a beginner.
Most of the other guides you can find on the market offer you a plain and boring way of learning a language through tedious exercises, but not this guide. This guide will offer you a fun and interactive way to learn how to speak Italian like a native.
True, you will learn Italian grammar and vocabulary, but you will have so much fun doing it. You will also learn how to correctly pronounce words and even some of the most common phrases that Italians say.
These exercises are designed to learn wherever you are. It doesn't matter if you are in your car or doing some chores around the house. You will simply follow the guides, and before you even realize it, you will speak Italian like you'd spent your whole life living there.
Here is what this beginner's guide to learning Italian can offer you:
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Learn Italian For Beginners
Author’s Note: 1
Chapter One: The Foundations of Italian Language
Chapter Two: Learning Strategies
Chapter Three: The Fundamentals of Italian
Chapter Four: Numbers, Colors, Time, and Date in Italian
Chapter Five: Nouns and Articles
Chapter Six: Pronouns
Chapter Seven: Verbs
Chapter Eight: Adjectives
Chapter Nine: Prepositions, Adverbs, and Conjunctions
Chapter Ten: Conversational Phrases
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Learn Italian for Kids
Chapter One: Learn the Letters of the Alphabet in Italian
Chapter Two: Learn Numbers in Italian
Chapter Three: Learn Days of the Week in Italian
Chapter Four: Learn Months of the Year in Italian
Chapter Five: Learn Objects in the House in Italian
Chapter Six: Learn Clothing Types in Italian
Chapter Seven: Learn Different Foods in Italian
Chapter Eight: Learn Emotions in Italian
Chapter Nine: Learn Animals in Italian
Chapter Ten: Learn Objects in Space in Italian
Chapter Eleven: Learn Useful Words for School in Italian
Chapter Twelve: Learn Conversation Starters in Italian
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Learning Italian in Your Car Has Never Been Easier! Have Fun Whilst Learning Fantastic Exercises for Accurate Pronunciations, Daily-Used Phrases, and Vocabulary!
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In LEARN ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS, you will be taught the following extensively:
The Foundations of Italian Language.
The Fundamentals of Italian.
Numbers, Colors, Time, and Date in Italian.
Nouns and Articles.
Prepositions, Adverbs, and Conjunctions.
At the end of each chapter, there are practical and fun exercises to help what you’ve learned stick better in your mind. These exercises will assist in giving you the speaking confidence you need.
If you have been seeking a hands-on approach to learning Italian in the simplest way, then this book is your best bet! Don’t just take my word for it - you’ll discover it for yourself when, as we go through the next chapters, you see how easily you’re picking up the beautiful language of Italy!
The foundation of the Italian language is Latin, the speech of the ancient Romans. From the 1600s onwards, Italian was worked upon and developed to become closer to our modern language. In 1861, Tuscan became the official Italian dialect during the unification of Italy.
For centuries, dialects have been used for everyday communication due to the high level of illiteracy in local communities. Although standard Italian is now prevalent amongst the younger generation, there are still certain regions in Italy where dialects are used to communicate.
As expected, apart from dialects that change based on region, accents also change based on the region of a native Italian speaker. A native from Florentine will have a slightly different accent from other speakers in regions like Pisa or Livorno.
In the past, there was discrimination against the use of dialects. People thought it was used by low-class citizens in society while standard Italian was spoken by the elites. However, now that certain regional terms are used as part of standard Italian in poetry and literature, there has been a drastic positive change in people’s mindsets.
In the 1950s, Italy began a restructuring in economics, infrastructure, politics, and society. At this time, as stated earlier, there was a high level of illiteracy, and many people couldn’t speak Italian fluently. Because of this, the Italian constitution was established, which gave everyone the right to basic education. However, often only the children of affluent families could afford to go on to university.
Television was introduced in 1954, and this, perhaps, was a major factor in the unification of the Italian language. TV programs were broadcast by the state broadcaster RAI, and in the following years, television became a way for people to bond over shared cultural programs and language models. From 1960 to 1968, RAI broadcast a show in the late afternoon, Non è mai troppo tardi (It’s never too late), which was presented by the teacher, Alberto Manzi. Because of this show, many people were helped to read and write, and an estimated number of one-and-a-half million Italians managed to get their primary education certificate during this period.
For this reason, it became easy to spread a standard Italian language through TV programs, economic growth, and better quality of life.
The Italian language finds its origin in Latin. From the 1600s, it was worked upon and developed to what is the present-day Italian.
In 1950, Italy began an economic, political, and social restructuring. At this time, as stated earlier, there was a high level of illiteracy, and many people couldn’t speak Italian fluently.
From 1960 to 1968, RAI broadcast a show in the late afternoon, Non è mai troppo tardi (It’s never too late). This had a significant effect on helping people to learn how to read and write. As many as one-and-a-half million Italians got their primary education certificate during this period.
In the next chapter, you will be equipped with learning strategies.
Learning strategies refer to the well-thought-out steps that will guide and improve your learning process. If your goal is to learn Italian as quickly as you can, it is in your best interest to follow these steps.
Don’t learn and translate consecutively: Just as it is unproductive to write and edit at the same time, it is also unproductive to read or listen to Italian and translate to English in your head at the same time. It is better you finish memorizing or understanding a few sentences or words before you translate. The reason is that you don’t want to get the meaning of words and translation of sentences mixed up or have the wrong pronunciation stuck in your head.
Focus on words that you will likely use in your regular conversations: If you go by the route of cramming words, you will not learn Italian as soon or as effectively as you’d like. The truth is, there are tons of words out there, and how many of them will you remember correctly? No, I think the real question here is, “How many of them will you use in your everyday conversations?” This should be a pointer to you that the smartest and easiest way to learn is to start with words you will most likely use during an ordinary day.
Mistakes are inevitable: One major hindrance to progress is fear. People are afraid of making mistakes, even on their first try, but this shouldn’t be the case. If you allow the fear of making mistakes to stop you from speaking, you will not be able to speak Italian. At best, you will be able to understand, but you won’t be able to respond in Italian. Have it at the back of your mind that the worst that can happen is people will laugh and say you didn’t pronounce a word correctly or that you said the wrong thing. And you should let them know you’re still learning and are open to corrections. Do this and watch the admiration people will have for you. You’ll find that most Italians will be delighted that you’re trying to learn their language.
There is no perfect study guide: Many people waste too much precious time looking for the ‘perfect’ study material. Don’t get me wrong, though. It’s a fine idea to look for good study materials or guides, just like this one. However, you should focus on the learning process more than the content of the guide.
Don’t stop learning: There’s a point you will get to in your learning process that will seem like you are at your peak, and there’s nothing more you can learn. But this isn’t true. When you feel as though you have reached your peak, instead of learning more, take some time to recall and practice all you know. When you do this, you’ll be surprised at how much you have learned and how fluent you’ve become.
The above-listed strategies have been provided to aid your journey. Follow them closely and for maximum results.
Learning strategies refer to the well-thought-out steps that will guide and improve your learning process.
There are five learning strategies that will help you learn and speak Italian as quickly as possible.
In the next chapter, you will learn the fundamentals of Italian.
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