Hi! My name is Jonathan Henry. I have been learning languages for a while now. But I have never attended formal classes for learning languages. Besides English, I also speak Spanish and Italian. And right now, I’m learning Hebrew and French.
I know that three languages are no big deal these days. But I’m excited about how I learned one of the three languages I’m presently proficient in. And I would like to share with you the things that I found useful during my journey.
Spanish is my mother tongue. As I grew up, family members spoke Spanish and English in the home.
I have Italian ancestors. But contrary to what happened with English, I rarely heard Italian growing up.
Internet is full of resources for learning languages. So I made up my mind to learn Italian by myself. I tried this and that, based on my interests. But I didn’t have a guideline and didn’t know if somebody else had ever learned any languages that way. So I was pretty much in the dark.
When I felt confident enough to talk to family members, I was surprised at the achievement and so were they. How come you learned Italian without studying? That’s what everybody asked. But that’s only true in a way: I never attended formal classes. But I was committed to using the internet resources to learn the language.
So, now that I know that this works, I would like to share with you those things that worked for me. Give it a try. All you need is commitment.
Please click here to check out some of the resources I recommend for learning Italian. Don’t worry, they are all free to join.
Thank you for visiting my site. I wish you all the best with your language learning journey!