Category Archives for "Traveler"

Speak Italian more Naturally [Ep. 16]

By Manu Venditti | Advanced

Marie asks:I heard this in Italian and I was a bit confused…OR… shouldn’t they have been saying SONO OCCUPATA?  SONO OCCUPATA ⇾ SON OCCUPATA Every native speaker has their own way of speaking. Some native speaker have strong accent, may use a lot of slang, or maybe combine words a lot. There are a lots of […]

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Online Courses to Learn Italian [Ep. 13]

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

Gina asks:How can I learn more Italian with Manu?Or “Do you have any structured courses for us”?Italian for Travelers & BeginnersThis is most likely the most effective and practical course you will ever find to learn Italian. It’s the only TARGETED & SIMPLIFIED Course in Italian and it’s guaranteed to get you speaking and understanding basic / […]

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Speak Italian in 10 Minutes

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

Speak Italian in 10 MinutesIn this video lesson I show you how you can start speaking Italian in 10 minutes… well, or whatever time it takes you! As long as you start speaking, right? 9 Important Guidelines Don’t overthink the structureUse the right form of the verbs you knowBe aware of the gender of the nouns […]

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Embarrassing Italian Pronunciation Mistakes

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

Embarrassing Italian Pronunciation Mistakes While Italian pronunciation is relatively simple, in Italian we have a lot of double consonant sounds which many English speakers find hard to pronounce. It’s all well and good, until the mispronunciation creates another word and then… it’s a mess! In this video we look at a few tricky words, where […]

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Italian Stereotypes: Myth or Reality?

By Manu Venditti | All Levels

  For whatever reason, Italy and Italians seem to be on everyone’s mind, in all parts of the world. I guess that’s a good thing, right? This means that most people have preconceived ideas of what Italy and Italians are like. But do these ideas correspond to reality? Today we discuss Italian stereotypes. Are they Myth […]

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