The best way to learn the language of a place is to live there for awhile. Italy is my home base and I’ve spent a decade living in Italy and visiting there for work. It took me a while to figure out how to pronounce some of the local phrases, but the more I learned the better I felt.
I’ve recently learned some Italian words that I’ve probably forgotten. In a few short years, I’ll be able to pronounce a lot of Italian words. This is a quick one if you get my drift.
Italy is a great place to learn a new language. Like many other countries, it has a very distinct and recognizable language. But it is a very different language from other European languages. You don’t have to be fluent to learn Italian. The best way to learn it is to live in Italy for awhile and immerse yourself in the language. But it is also possible to learn the language with a lot of help and advice from the local community.
The best thing to do with this is to pick up some Italian phrases (which can be in any language) and translate them. One place that is a really great resource is in the Italian language (and one of the most complete) books by a guy named Antonio Scalfari. You can buy his books from the shop on the right. The books are full of useful phrases, idioms, and other handy phrases.
The best way to learn Italian is to live in Italy. In fact, if you’re looking for a language learning guide for Italy, it would be better to look for a guide from a native speaker. I’m not saying you should try to learn Italian by speaking Italian. I’m just saying you can still learn the language and do it with the help of these books.