Learn the Maltese language from 0!
Learning Maltese and finding it difficult? Or needing a good start? This is your course! You’ll learn Malta’s language online step by step, together with 200+ other students.
In this online Maltese course for beginners, we start with the Maltese alphabet and Maltese grammar. The course covers many topics Maltese language basics: you’ll learn how to use over 300 Maltese words, like Maltese food, good morning in Maltese, and many other Maltese phrases. Other subjects include: Maltese pronunciation, how to speak Maltese, finding your best way to learn Maltese. The level is A1-A2.
We’ll see many other online resources, for example how to find words in an online Maltese dictionary. So you’ll learn how to translate English to Maltese, and how to translate Maltese to English. These resources will help you to understand the Maltese people speaking ‘Malti’, the language of Malta.
Even if you’re not on the Maltese islands, you’ll have always access to the course. You can review the lessons and repeat the exercises any time, as much as you want to get in touch with Maltese culture and the language in Malta. So you don't need to learn Maltese in Malta.
Also: you'll get a free copy of my 'learn Maltese book'. It's an ebook covering the basic Maltese grammar.
Check the free previews and see you on the inside to learn Maltese!
The Maltese pronouns are the following: Jiena/jien, int/inti, hu/huwa, hi/hija, ahna, intom, huma.
The Maltese verb to be is the same as the Maltese pronouns. The pronouns are only used to stress the use of the subject.
Exercises on the use of to be and the pronouns in Maltese, as well as the vocabulary.
Quiz on to be and the pronouns in Maltese.
A link to a free ebook I wrote on Maltese grammar.
The alphabet is pronounced, as well as some guidance for the difficult letters.
Some exercises on the pronunciation as well as some new vocabulary.
A quiz to test the pronunciation and the Maltese alphabet.
Exercises on the use of the article in Maltese.
Quiz to test the students' knowledge of the article in Maltese.
A few extra remarks on the use of the article in Maltese.
How to compose the imperative in Maltese.
How the present is made in Maltese, using a simple trick.
Some additional verbs to practice in Maltese.
Some exercises to practice the present in Maltese.
A quiz to test if the students understood the present and the imperative.
The vocabulary of the questions that will be asked is here.
Some questions you could use in any conversation in Maltese.
A quiz to test the knowledge of the students about the questions
An additional number of Maltese verbs, plus some variations to the NTJt trick.
One important variation to the NTJt verbs: to have in Maltese. Its endings are used in prepositions as well as at the end of verbs.
Some exercises to test the new Maltese verbs.
A quiz on the additional verbs learnt.
Extra Maltese words, but very important ones. Some nouns and some small words.
Some extra expressions used in everyday Maltese.
A test to see if the students understood all the new Maltese words.
Extra tips to learn expressions and words in Maltese.
In this lecture, we're going to see how to greet someone, how to say goodbye, how to introduce yourself and how to say 'how are you'.
The vocabulary of the previous section plus some extra words for the dialogue.
A dialogue of two persons meeting. Questions will be asked in the quiz.
To test if the students understood the dialogue about introducing oneself in Maltese.
An elaborate explanation of adjectives in Maltese: gender, placement and others.
More information about how nouns are formed, and how to easily learn them. Some vocabulary is added as well.
Hi! I'm Alain.
Curiously, when I was a teenager, many language teachers told me I wasn't so good at languages. My Dutch was poor. My English teacher even advised me to follow extra courses.
I discovered I loved languages when I went to Germany in 2010. I had some basic German skills but started to speak in German from day one. What I got in return was amazing: friendship, love, respect and a good level of German. Since then, I'm passionate about languages.
Now I'm proud to be able to express myself in French, Dutch, English, German, Maltese and Spanish. I also have some Portuguese notions. And I'm always busy learning new languages and taught some of my languages via tutoring.
I also have a life besides languages. I love economics, politics and all the processes that shape our society. I worked in communications a few years and hold 3 degrees: in Journalism, EU Studies and Management.