How do you learn to speak Italian?
You learn to speak Italian by growing up in an Italian language speaking environment. Or you learn it by studying the language by exchange programs, in school, on the Internet, or through immersion classes. Or you learn it by traveling to Italy. Or you learn it by working with Italian language speakers. It's the combination of regular, steady listening and speaking practice that produce the successful Italian language speaker.
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Well I would recommend Rosseta Stone for begginers but not alot of us can just spend 200 quid on something like that! So there is also a book called BBC Active Get by in Itali…an Book and CD pack for only Â£9.99 which is a phrase book that tells you how to say the words and the CD helps you pronounce the words. Here's some phrases from the first chapter of the book, Bare Necessities. Hello/ Bye (informal) Ciao chow Good Morning. Buongiorno bwon jo rno Good Afternoon/ evening Buonasera bwona se ra How are things? Come va? ko me va? How are you? Come sta? ko me sta? And many many more things including chapters on subjects like Somewhere to Stay & Emergencies. A really good book to introduce you to Italian! LLCMV :) You move your lips and get a translater to put your English words into Italian words and you learn the Italian words.
ok the most simple answer is I am Italian. But i can't help youthrough the computer. Ask someone in real life. say Io nono lo sacho parlarer italiano benne. Io solo sacho parl…ecosi di la 'Internet'. Poso diri mi coma per parler? When they have taught you say: Grazie, per tutta! If there a guy say Sinoro If there a woman say Sinora My sugggestion is to enrol in classes or find a private teacher whowill teach you Italian
Italian can be learned by visits to the Italian peninsula and the Italian islands. It can be learned by travel to countries that have Italian as an official language and I…talian among their successful immigrant communities. For example, Italian is one of the official languages of Switzerland, San Marino, and Malta. It can be learned by study at immersion schools; in colleges and universities; and through exchange programs and online and correspondence courses. It can be learned by private lessons with a tutor. It can be learned by listening to such Italian language audio visual materials as discs, films, and videos. It can be learned by getting to know and socializing with Italian language speakers. And it can be learned by finding work at an Italian business.
I don't speak Italian is "Non parlo italiano" .
Learning a language by hearing it spoken is the way in which babies learn to speak their parents' language[s]. As an adult, it's just as easy and a bit more difficult. It's di…fficult in the sense that we tend to analyze instead of just copy. But for that same reason, it can be just as easy, precisely because of the analyzing that we subject each sound and word to. But either way, as an infant or as an older learner, we learn a language by hearing it spoken. The sounds and the words become part of our brain, which is an impressive, central knowledge coordinating system.
Parlando is the Italian equivalent of 'speaking'. It's the gerund form of the infinitive 'parlare'. It's pronounced 'pahr-LAHN-doh'.
Italians speak Italian.
Basically all Italians speak Italian from what i know and researched
E 'facile vivo in Italia quindi sono nato speking ma basta chiedere a qualcuno di insegnarti ! ! Se non si capisce tradurre le parole.
" Parlo italiano " is an Italian equivalent of "I speak Italian." The verb " parlo " means "(I) am speaking, do speak, speak." The masculine noun " italiano " means "Italian.…" Its singular definite article is " l "* ("the"). The pronunciation is "PAHR-loh EE-tah-LYAH-noh." *The masculine singular definite article actually is " il ." But the vowel " i " drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. The temporary nature of the drop is indicated by an apostrophe: " l' ."
Africa, the Americas, Australia, and Europe areplaces where Italian is spoken. Specifically, Italian can be found spoken by minorities in theformer colonies of Eritrea and… Somalia. It is spoken by expatriatecommunities throughout the Americas (particularly in Argentina andthe United States) and in Australia. It may be heard by minoritiesin countries close to or neighboring Italy: Croatia, France, Malta,Monaco and Slovenia. But most of all, it will be heard widelyspoken in Italy, San Marino, Switzerland, and Vatican City.
No, Rosetta Stone French is specifically for learning French ; however, there are other Rosetta Stone Packages that include various other languages such as Dutch and Italian.
A place to learn to speak Italian for free is the websiteLivemocha.
Rosetta Stone is one of the leading language specialists. One could even take out a free trial before purchasing the pack. One recommends Rosetta Stone.
If one is interested in learning how to speak Italian it is recommended to purchase the Italian version of Rosetta Stone. Rosetta Stone is the number one ranked language teach…ing product in the world. Or, one may decide to enroll in Italian classes at a local school or college.
Learning the Italian language may require one to take classes. Classes or seminars can usually be found around one's area. It is also possible to learn Italian using the langu…age software Rosetta Stone.