Learning Italian language online free
Learning a language online has never been easier! Who would have thought it?
I’m no genie in a bottle, but I can point you toward some free resources online. However, the tools you use are not the only part of the equation – it’s also about your mindset. That’s right, folks, you have to get your head in the game!
Sometimes you’ll feel like a linguistic superhero, ready to conquer any verb tense that comes your way. Other times, though, you might feel stuck in the mud. And when that happens, please, I beg of you, don’t give up! Keep on truckin’!
And here’s a little secret: if you focus on the positives, you’ll be more likely to stick with your goal. Easy, accentuate the positive! You’ve got advantages up the wazoo when it comes to learning a new language, so keep those in mind and keep on keepin’ on!
Today there are many language learning resources available
We’re living in the golden age of language learning! Back in the day, if you wanted to learn a new language, you had to be rich enough to pay for a private tutor or have the cash to travel to a foreign country. And let’s be honest, that left a lot of folks out in the cold.
But now, we’ve got the world at our fingertips! All you need to learn Italian (or any language, for that matter) is a little bit of motivation and an internet connection. That’s right, my friends, you can find all the resources you need online, and many of them are completely free! You’re living a high life compared to all those in the past.
Just imagine some guy from 100 years ago wanting to learn Italian. If they heard you say that it’s impossible to master Dante’s language even with all the resources we have now, they’d probably lose their minds. They’d be like, “What do you mean, you can’t learn Italian?! You’ve got the internet!” So, take advantage of all the opportunities you have and learn Italian!
Capabilities of our brain for learning languages
Now, let’s talk about the most powerful machine in your body, your brain! That wrinkly, little ball of mush is capable of serious language learning, folks. But you gotta keep feeding it those resources we mentioned earlier. Think of your brain like a hungry little animal. And those language learning materials are like a juicy steak. Keep that brain fed. And it’ll spit out Italian like nobody’s business.
But let’s be real, learning a new language can be hard sometimes. You gotta stay committed and keep working at it, just like any other skill. Don’t expect to become a fluent Italian speaker overnight. It takes time and practice, just like learning to play guitar or getting good at knitting. But trust me, it’s worth it! So, keep feeding that brain and watch the magic happen!
Free resources to learn Italian
Alright, folks, you’ve been waiting for this moment! But we had to give you a little pep talk first because, let’s be honest, some of y’all take these things for granted. But not you, oh no! You’re smart enough to know that these available resources make a difference if you value them.
So, get your clickin’ finger ready and check out what we’ve got in store for you by clicking here. We’re talking Italian Stories with audio and text, podcasts, YouTube channels, Italian news broadcasts, and more! It’s like Christmas morning, but instead of presents, you’re getting knowledge.
So, go forth, my language-learning warriors! Explore those resources, soak up that Italian like a sponge, and let the world marvel at your newfound linguistic prowess. You’ve got this!
What a great page- so many insights and resources to help someone if they are wanting to pick up another language. I have always wanted to learn another language WELL – Italian could be an option because I know that it makes sense to pick up a latin based language … plus I really love Italy…you are right when you say a person has to have a desire. I have found it challenging to stay consistent. Considering I am into brain science and mindset I wonder if there are some hypnosis acceleration tips for learning another language…hmmmm will need to look into it won’t I =p
Hi, Andrea! Thank you for your kind words about this site. And I encourage you to pick up Italian. Your approach to learning a new language is very interesting and I had not thought of it. Any discovery in that direction, please share. I’m very happy you stopped by and thank you very much for your unusual and intriguing point of view. 😀
I was in Barcelona 15 years ago and decided to download a Spanish course in case I ever wanted to retire there, which I thought highly probable; but then I discovered they speak a completely different dialect in the Catalonia part of Spain where almost fluent speakers of traditional Spanish have a difficult time with it.
Anyway, thank you for the resources link where I found Spanish courses to give it another try, and maybe Italian also because they have many of the same roots.
I was there for a month last year and loved it too.
Hey, James! Great to hear about you and your experience learning Spanish! There are wonderful resources on the Internet for learning both Spanish and Italian. Espero que hayas avanzado bastante en el aprendizaje del español. Y si, efectivamente, el Catalán es difícil de entender para los que solo hablamos español. Pero te animo a continuar estudiando la lengua de Cervantes. Por acá estaré a la orden, si tienes alguna duda o estás buscando algún recurso en específico para aprender español. Será para mí un placer brindarte el apoyo que necesites. Saludos.
Yeah, it’s crazy how many resources are out there for people to learn languages today. I know that when my dad was a kid, all he could do was learn in a classroom, buy cassette taps on it, or go to the country.
But today you can connect with a person half way around the world on Skype and learn that way! I’ve actually learned a little Italian myself with the help of Duolingo, which I know you’ve talked written about before. It’s great that it is free for everyone to use.
Yes! Skype is amazing! Free resources for learning languages are all over the Internet. Great you have been using Duolingo to learn Italian. Yes, I wrote a post about Doulingo and you can read it by clicking here.
When it comes to learning languages, we are enormously lucky compared with all those people in the past. So we must take advantage of it! Thanks for stopping by!
I totally agree that fixing your mindset while learning a language is very important. I always wanted to learn Italian!
I have a little question, I learned French before, do you know if it could help me with learning Italian, or just get me confused?
Thank you for your help
The Romance languages are the modern languages that evolved from Vulgar Latin. Romance languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, Latin or Romanian) are all quite close to each other. And I believe, the closest to Italian is French. So if you already know French, it will be much easier for you to learn Italian compared to a person that only speaks English! Go for it! 🙂
For free! No way!
Awesome post! 😀 Thank you so much for the information!
I think that speaking other languages is really good. You get to know other cultures and you also grow as a person. In my experience, though, learning a second language was really difficult. I’m a native Spanish speaker and I learned to speak English. Let me tell you, it was really hard work for me.
Thank you for the resources you present for learning Italian. I wish I had found a similar site when I was learning English!
Good for you! You´re bilingual! Many have a similar experience when learning a foreign language. But only a few are persistent, as you, and accomplish the goal! I really wish to make this journey easier for all those who are learning Italian. Thank you for your kind words about this site. And thanks for stopping by! 😀
Wow. I am so thrilled to find this site.
I am from New Zealand and although English is my 1st language, I also speak French fluently and have Italian on my list to learn.
Italian food is my favorite. Italy is gorgeous and I want to travel there within the next 3 years. So I am going to start learning today and I know I am going to love this passionate language. Thank you so much!
Hi Vicki! Thank you very much for stopping by. When you’re already bilingual, it’s easier to learn a third language (than when you only speak one). And French and Italian come from the same root so you’ll learn Italian fairly easy.
There is nothing like learning a new language. And learning the Italian language for free sounds very interesting. I want to learn another language, besides my native one and English. And Italian is in my bucket list.
I like Italy and want to explore more of their culture. Learning the Italian language can be a great way to do these things. Thanks for the great post.
Hi Fahim! Yes, learning languages online makes this process easier than what it was some decades ago. Good you want to learn Italian and about Italy’s people. All the best!