Yearlyglot Blog (Page: 41)
How To Make Time For Language Learning
It's time to set some good habits early. Most importantly, you need to dedicate time to your Italian studies.
How To Get Started Learning Italian
I've still got a lot of Italian tricks up my sleeves to share with you. We're definitely going to make it more interesting and fun.
You Already Know A Foreign Language (Many Of Them)
Just remember (as I said last time) that you know these words, but you might not have been pronouncing them properly.
How To Get Used To Italian Pronunciation
Let's take a deeper look at the sounds of letters and letter combinations in Italian, and learn a little bit about spelling.
Getting Used To The Sounds Of Italian
The first thing we're going to need are authentic sounds and pronunciations that make up the Italian language.
The Most Important Step You'll Take Toward Fluency
The most important thing you'll do when setting a language-learning goal is defining your goal. What does it mean to be fluent?
My Language Choice For 2010 Is...
For 2010, I have chosen to learn Italian. By the end of this year, I expect to be capable of understanding and participating in casual conversation in Italian.