Learn to Speak Italian

Italian is spoken in Italy by over 60 million people.
Get the Italian language advantage!

1. Learn Italian with Paul Noble: Complete Audio Course

Paul Noble has published an audio course to help you get to grips with Italian. It’s simple, fuss-free and will have you speaking in full sentences in no time. In their own words: An exciting approach to learning Italian with the easy, relaxed appeal of an audio-only product. Over 12 hours of easy-listening. No books. No rote memorisation. No chance of failure.

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2. Total Italian (Learn Italian with the Michel Thomas Method): Audio CD

Learn Italian in a totally revolutionary way. Just relax, listen and learn. No notes and no exercises from this complete audio language course. Using the Michel Thomas Method language courses, it’s easy to make progress and you can be speaking real sentences within weeks. A gifted linguist, Michel Thomas was the famous language teacher to the stars!

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3. Verbal Planet Italian Skype Lessons

Verbal Planet is a great and affordable way to find a native Italian teacher. You can browse Italian teachers by popularity, rating and price and read reviews from students. Lessons are easy to book and take place over Skype, where you can get a personalised 1-1 experience of learning Italian.

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4. Duolingo Italian

Although language learning apps like Duolingo won’t have you speaking fluent Italian overnight, we think this app is an excellent way to build up your Italian vocabulary, work on your pronunciation and give you an idea of whether you’re serious about going on to study Italian in a more formal fashion. Laid out like a game, Duolingo is fun to use and you can pick up where you left off at any point, making it ideal for people short of time and for those who want to learn a language on the go. Perfect for a commute or just five minutes of Italian escapism!

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5. Coffee Break Italian Podcasts

Take advantage of a 15 minute coffee break and learn Italian! This podcast features a Italian teacher and his ‘student’. Each episode covers Italian words and phrases, with pauses left for you to speak like you would in a real lesson. Podcasts are a great way to top up your language learning when you’re short on time.

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