How’s life in Italy?
Read and listen to Barbara’s Italian story in Italian, every month.
We know that learning a foreign language can be hard. Grammar books are necessary, but they don’t make the difference.
What about reading what’s going on in Italy from the point of view of a native speaker? What if you could listen to her voice too?
Well, with this newsletter you‘ll hear about life in Italy as nobody never told you.
Every month Barbara will send you a letter about her life in Italy, with a recording of her voice and the vocabulary to help your comprehension.
Sounds interesting? Subscribe to this newsletter then.
Barbara looks forward to telling you her many stories.
1 Online Italian Lesson (Trial)
Try to listen to and speak Italian for 30 minutes with a professional teacher who believes your mistakes and imperfections are what makes you a special student of Italian. You don’t have to be perfect, you just have to try!
Disclaimer: Why is this product not free anymore? What happens if you’re not happy with the trial lesson? Find the answer in the description section below.
How does a trial online Italian lesson work?
- Buy the trial lesson
- Check your email box (even promo and spam folder)
- You will be asked to choose your favourite teacher among the available ones
- You will be linked to the teacher’s schedule in order to book the lesson whenever it suits you
- You will be asked to tell something more about your preferences and needs
- You will be able to confirm your booking and you will receive the meeting link directly in your email box
- Your teacher will prepare the best trial lesson according to your preferences and needs
4 thoughts on “Learn Italian for free with our newsletter”
This would be a useful addition to my Italian listening and comprehension development however – as in almost all other videos / podcasts – I cannot concentrate on the spoken words because of the background music. I honestly don’t understand why it is necessary to include it, the story / conversations are interesting enough without it.
It is a shame that I can’t listen to it but I will use the transcript to focus on the grammar and sentence structure and new words.
Thank you Barbara for the time it takes you to produce these stories.
Thank you so much for your helpful feedback Catherine! Speaking of the background music, I would see it as an additional obstacle, something closer to real life situations, where you can’t avoid the background noise (think you’re in an Italian “caffetteria” and you’re trying to listen to someone speaking to you in Italian while many other people are speaking!)… what do you think?
PS. Thank you so much for following my stories. It means a lot to me.
Just amazing tutors. I had the pleasure of Barbarba tutoring me for a year and we changed together to Silvia. She is sharing her experiences and travels with me in Italy. At the end of the 45 minutes I am always amazed I managed to have a full conversation in Italian! I am not bogged down with grammar and when I want grammar she will gladly send it. I will continue to take lessons. I love them! I feel very lucky to have found the site and signed up. I hope to take one of the extra classes offered in art soon.
Dear Kim, GRAZIE! You are a wonderful supportive student. Your commitment in learning Italian for so much time is an example for everybody. We are flattered that you chose us as your learning partners :-*