How to learn Italian properly (with English subtitles)
- Be passionate and curious about learning Italian
Italian is a beautiful, interesting language and many students are really committed to learn it.
Is it easy, though?
I'm not talking about the difficulty of the Italian language itself: that's personal, it depends on each student's point of view and experience.
I'm Susanna and I've been teaching Italian to foreigners since 2014: in these years, I've realized that the majority of my students couldn't properly learn the language on their own because of a lack of a learning method.
Beside their passion and commitment, they didn't know how to learn EACH ASPECT of the Italian language.
Thanks to my experience and to my students' experience, I've decided to share useful suggestions that can really help you to create your own learning method.
Does some topic seem obvious to you? Maybe it does, but from my experience we should not underestimate anything.
Every single aspect of Italian is important to learn the language properly and I'm here to underline their importance and to give you useful advices to boost your Italian and help you create your own learning method.
All of my students, during these years of teaching, appreciated them, so give it a try and start improve your Italian and your learning method now!
Who this course is for:
- Foreign students of Italian (beginner level)
- Foreign students of Italian (intermediate level)
- Foreign students of Italian (advanced level)
I was born and I live in northern Italy.
As a teenager, I discovered my passion for foreign languages and cultures.
Finished the foreign-language high school, I continued my studies at the universities of Padua and Udine, studying Foreign Languages and Translation and graduating magna cum laude.
I can speak English, French and Spanish. I also studied German and Russian, but I would like to improve even more my knowledge of these two languages in order to speak and understand them fluently.
Recently, I’ve taken an interest in Brazilian Portuguese.
Another my passion is traveling: I spent some study trips in the UK (Cambridge), France (La Ciotat, Angers), Spain (Barcelona) and Russia (Moscow), but I take every opportunity to visit not only foreign countries but also the wonderful places of “my” Italy.
Currently, I’m working as English and French teacher for children and I teach Italian online to foreigners.