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Learning languages in modern times

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Must I live in the country to learn the language?

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Why Are Pronunciation and Spelling So Important?

Why are pronunciation and spelling so important? One of the questions that often students ask me...

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  • Why Are Pronunciation and Spelling So Important?

    esitaliano Italian (general) Tutor (Hemel Hempstead) Picture Why are pronunciation and spelling so important? One of the questions that often students ask me is: “What is more important when learning a new language: grammar or pronunciation?” Of course grammar, the rules that explain how a language works, is important but when you are trying to make...
  • The importance of student-centred learning

    Italian (general) Tutor (Sutton) Picture Student-centred learning is very important in any learning situation.  By asking the students what they want to learn and any ideas about what activities interest them you take into account an individual's choice and help realise their potential.  This is done by creating appropriate...
  • So, you want to learn a foreign language, do you?

    Helen Evans Italian (general) Tutor (Bristol) Picture Learning a new language comes easier to some than to others, there’s no question about it. I have tried many ways of learning the Italian language - group lessons, 1:1, 2:1, residential courses in Italy, staying with a host family whilst studying the language, and I’ve even indulged in an online...

 

  • Italian: the most common greetings

    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...
  • B. Munari's Supplement to the Italian Dictionary

    Pietro Pezzani Italian (general) Tutor (North 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...