• Have you tried to learn Italian but still feel like you can’t speak?

  • Would you like to sound more natural when speaking Italian?

  • Are you ready to go the extra mile?

If you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions, you’re probably not alone.

Many people try to learn Italian every day through Apps, books, and any possible resource that comes on hand.

Sounds familiar?

You have probably tried everything to teach yourself Italian.

The result?

You have a good knowledge of Italian grammar and vocabulary, and you can understand Italian pretty well, BUT when it comes to speaking, it’s just a nightmare.

Suddenly, all the background knowledge disappears, and a big cloud of confusion pops up in your head.

How come?

  • Does it mean that all your efforts were useless?
  • What went wrong?
  • Why can’t you even make a full sentence after months of intense study?

Take a deep breath now…and relax.

I’m Gloria Spagnoli, and I help people become confident Italian speakers by teaching them how Italian is really spoken. I put an end to traditional, unproductive learning methods by focusing on communication and natural talk.

Now, let me tell you something:

all the vocabulary, grammar and sounds that you learned are still stored in your mind.

The reason why you struggle to use them is because you’ve never put them into practice through actual speaking.

Speaking is the ultimate technique the will:

  • lead you to fluency
  • boost your confidence
  • help you remember what you learn…without memorising by heart


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