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"Magari"

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

here is no perfect grammar of Italian and hopefully one day I will write one. I recommend the ...
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Understanding Natalia Ginzburg

Natalia Ginzburg is possibly one of the first Italian feminists. Her style has often been...
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Drama activities for language learning

When incorporating drama into their lessons, teachers can choose from a range of drama...

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  • Agnese Central Guildford, GU2 Gold Member

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    I am a qualified native Italian teacher with an excellent experience in teaching Italian as a Foreign Language.
  • Letizia Parisi Northfields, TW8

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    Hi, I am Letizia, bilingual in Spanish and Italian. I am a qualified and experienced Spanish and Italian language teacher in London.
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    Professional fully qualified native Italian teacher offers the highest quality tuition in Italian, Spanish and French languages. More than ten years of experience as a language tutor, to any age and level. Modern, personalised, fun approach.
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    Hello! I am a highly dedicated, focused and friendly professional musician and tutor based in Camberwell. I believe in helping students throughout their learning journey to achieve their goals.
  • Silvia Palombo West Hampstead, NW2 Silver Member

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    I am a classical trained piano teacher, and an italian and latin language tutor. My motto is: qui docet discit. Because teaching is giving and receiving every day. Especially from kids.
  • Laura Turinetto Wimbledon, SW19 Gold Member

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    I run a school of languages "Ad Meliora Academy" and I am a qualified and experienced Italian teacher with Ditals certificate (certificate to teach Italian as a foreign language). My students improve their languages learning different skills.
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  • Switch on your fav language learning channel!

    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

    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...
  • The 9 perks of knowing Italian

    A-level Italian Tutor (Cambridge) Picture So... You want to learn Italian? You love its sound, you like Italy, you like Italian culture, you would only eat Italian food if you could, but...you still have mixed feelings about learning this language. After all, apart from the sheer pleasure of being able to speak this Romance (and, oh, so...

 

  • 'Fluent Forever' by Gabriel Wyner

    A-level Italian Tutor (Bath) Picture An excellent book is 'Fluent Forever' by Gabriel Wyner, which covers the process that the mind goes through to learn a language, the obstacles it can encounter and well researched and logical techniques that will help it overcome these challenges. Gabriel Wyner speaks six languages, all of them...
  • Drama activities for language learning

    Cerasela E. A-level Italian Tutor (West London) Picture When incorporating drama into their lessons, teachers can choose from a range of drama activities, which go from closed and controlled exercises to more open communication. According to Kao & O'Neill (1998), the most controlled language games and scripted role-plays seem to be the kind of...
  • Understanding Natalia Ginzburg

    Adriana A-level Italian Tutor (Guildford) Picture Natalia Ginzburg is possibly one of the first Italian feminists. Her style has often been criticized for being too simple, almost childlike. This is in fact her genius: involving  the reader into human tragedy which then becomes easily accessible to all. Her stories are told by women in the...