FluentU Italian Is Now Available!

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Oh man, we’re really excited to share una bella notizia (good news) with you.

The wait is over!

FluentU Italian is available for your web browser, iPhone (or iPad) or Android device.

We know a lot of you …

The Present Tense Guide to Irregular Italian Verbs for Regular Guys

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Want to talk about something as basic as going somewhere?

Wanting something?

Or even just being?

The common Italian verbs used to talk about those things—andare, volere and essere, respectively—are all irregular!

This can seem shockingly …

Unwrap the Present: How to Use This Essential Italian Tense

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What do you eat for breakfast in Venice?

Can you see what I see?

For how long do you usually sleep?

Discussing any of these most basic questions about what you usually do, or what you’re doing right now, …

Master and Commander: How to Use Italian Commands Like a Total Boss

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Why, you might ask, do you need to learn Italian commands?

After all, you’re not commanding an army at the gates of Rome.

Perhaps you’re not even a particularly bossy person.

All that may be true, but at some point …

How Fast Can You Learn Italian? A Guide to Different Study Methods, Plus Hacks to Speed It All Up

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The world is moving faster than ever.

This is the point when I should come in with some snarky comment about how we need to stop and smell the roses or sit on a park bench and feed some pigeons …

When in Rome, Do as the Romans Do: Learn Italian by Watching TV!

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Paper cuts are the worst.

How to avoid paper cuts, you ask?

Why, it’s simple: Leave your dangerous books on the shelf and embrace digital learning.

Music, podcasts and audiobooks are excellent resources for digital language learners, but …

A Complete Round Up of Wild and Unruly Italian Prepositions

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Italian prepositions can seem random, wild and unruly.

No matter how carefully you construct your dear Italian sentence, the first thing that a teacher or language exchange partner will likely correct is a change from in to a, or …