Have you tried learning Italian by memorising endless lists?

Many people have experienced traditional and mnemonic ways of learning and learn Italian every day through Apps, books, and any possible resource that comes on hand.

You have probably tried everything to teach yourself Italian. You’ve bought books, downloaded any possible language App and practised your Italian everyday on your smartphone. You now have a good knowledge of Italian, you can understand it pretty well and you feel like you can produce quite a few sentences. Still, when it comes to actual speaking, it’s just a nightmare.

Would you like a more fun approach to learning Italian?

You’ve practised so hard every day, trying to memorise and repeat sentences in Italian.

You feel like you can say them pretty fluently. However, you find conversations a frustrating and disheartening experience. It feels like all the words, verbs and sounds you’ve learned so far have disappeared.

Are you ready to have fun while learning?

You keep saying to yourself that it’s time to go the extra mile and start speaking Italian fluently.

It’s time for those years of intense study to pay you back.

I’m Gloria Spagnoli and I help people become confident Italian speakers by making them speak Italian in a stress-free, natural way, focusing on communication and natural talk.

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 that will:

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

Are you ready to become a fluent Italian speaker?


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