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Must I live in the country to learn the language?

This is a very common question with people starting to learn a foreign language. We have all...
Italian (general)

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Learning languages in modern times

It is commonly believed that languages need to follow a certain sequence when teaching them to...
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Discovering why you wanted to learn languages

People who want to learn a language, generally, start with a quite common purpose: work,...
A-level Italian

"Magari"

This year I have been teaching to A2 level students and discovered a very nice textbook called...

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  • Domenico Gioffré Fulham, SW6 Gold Member

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    Graduated in Classics. Currently studying for a Bachelor of Music (Hons) at the Royal College of Music, London, UK. Time and fares flexibility. Available to travel in London Western and Central areas.
  • Ermy Central Cambridge, CB1 Gold Member

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    I am native Italian tutor and a qualified teacher who is passionate about working with children and adults. I will be happy to help you with your Italian as well as with Spanish and French, as I currently teach these languages in secondary school.
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    A MFL Teacher holding Master's Degrees in Education, Power and Social Change and Foreign Language Teaching Techniques with a strong disposition to implement didactics in any kind of academic or school context.
  • Lodovico Central Chester, CH4

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    There is little else that gives me more satisfaction than teaching languages. Italian- my native language- and Spanish are great languages. I teach them with passion and the belief that they will give great joy to learners.
  • Giacomo Fabbrini Elephant and Castle, SE17 Silver Member

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    I like tailoring materials to my students' needs. I strongly believe that a blend of brand new material and books exercises is more effective and fun.
  • Carly Massimino Harlesden, NW10

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    I am a Singer/Songwriter, Vocal Coach and Italian Accent Coach. I am a native Italian speaker but also fluent in English. I am a lecturer at the University of Westminster and do mostly peripatetic private vocal coaching.
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  • Switch on your fav language learning channel!

    Ermy A-level Italian Tutor (Cambridge) Picture " I really can't learn that grammar concept", "It's very hard to memorise all these words", "I'm not good at languages!". Do these statements sound familiar? I bet some do! Some students come to my lessons with all these preconceptions and "can't do" attitude that, unfortunately, prevents them...
  • Italian Language for All

    Roberto Napolitano A-level Italian Tutor (North West London) Picture Whether it is for your holidays, for business or for your studies, Italian can be a fascinating and interesting language to learn. The world of fashion, food and classical music (think about opera) everyone speaks Italian. Italian is an ancient language, a Latin language with many similarities...
  • Italian: the most common greetings

    Gloria Spagnoli Italian (general) Tutor (North West London) Picture One of the very first things I teach during my classes are Italian greetings. I'm always surprised by how interested my students are in the differences between these greetings, but the truth is it's a fascinating topic, even for beginners. Before going through this topic, we need to keep in...

 

  • An approach to teaching

    Claudia Pane Italian (general) Tutor (North London) Picture I believe that learning a language is something that keeps the mind fresh, positive and young. If you are already young, it is good exercise anyway. Indeed, I do not think there is something better than the feeling of accomplishment when you actually manage to express yourself in another...
  • Can Yoga help improving your foreign language?

    Laura Turinetto Higher Italian Tutor (South West London) Picture   Have you ever noticed how better you are at speaking a foreign language when you are relaxed and at ease? How can you achieve this state of mind easily?   Yoga is the answer!   It is well known  that yoga has a lot of benefits for examples it improves your flexibilty, boosts your immunity,...
  • B. Munari's Supplement to the Italian Dictionary

    Pietro Pezzani Italian (general) Tutor (South East London) Picture Did you know Italian people gesticulate a lot? Hand gestures are an important component of the way in which Italians communicate their feelings, their intentions, and a vast array of concepts. As a matter of fact, gesticulation can be considered a constitutive part of Italian language. It is...