Turn Your Language Skills Up to 11: 5 Bands for Learning Italian with Rock Music

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Rock music has a unique place in Italian culture.

It’s been present in the country since the genre’s birth in the ’50s, but perhaps because rock isn’t native to Italy, it didn’t really explode onto the popular scene until the

The Ultimate Guide to Watching Italian TV Online

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Ever feel like you watch too much TV?

Well, you probably don’t watch as much as the average Italian!

Italians love TV, and they watch more than just about everybody else in the world.

So next time you …

Learn Italian with These 6 Dubbed Children’s Movies

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You’re rocking your grammar skills.

Your vocabulary practice is through the roof.

But short of catching a flight and dropping yourself in the center of an Italian town, how are you going to hear Italian used in the

The 5 Best Magazines for Learning Italian

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You can do some serious Italian learning while waiting for the dentist.

The key is to skip that magazine rack in the waiting room.

Bring along something that’s better for your language skills, but still breezy and interesting to

7 Awesome Italian Language Courses You Can Take on Your Own Time

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Is your phone stocked with Italian learning apps?

Check!

Have you scoured the internet for Italian education websites?

Check!

Are you signed up for a quality Italian language course to solidify your skills?

Wait a minute…

If you …

From the Coast to the Mountains, 5 Language Programs for Learning Italian in Italy

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Learning Italian is a pleasure no matter what country you live in.

And if you find the right learning materials, you can get a little taste of life in Italy.

Indulging in world-renowned Italian cinema, clicking your way to …

Un Passo alla Volta: Teach Yourself Italian in 8 Steps

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“Un passo alla volta!”

It’s a phrase Italian moms, work-out coaches and elementary school teachers are prone to yell out.

Whether or not you’re familiar with the Italian expression, you’ll probably recognize the concept. Its meaning, “one step at a …