ITALIAN CONVERSATION PRACTICE – Getting to know each other

ITALIAN CONVERSATION PRACTICE – Getting to know each other

In this video I’m going to give you an Italian conversation practice. I hear the same question basically on a daily basis from many people:


Why is it so hard for me to speak Italian?


The answer is, it’s not that speaking Italian is hard, it’s just that we all need practice.


No matter which language your’re learning, if you don’t practice speaking it will be hard for you to go out there and speak confidently.


So, here you have a conversation activity to boost your speaking and your confidence.


The technique is the one that I use in my speaking course ImitateMe.

You’re going to:


1. listen to a conversation twice;

2. repeat each sentence, step by step, twice;

3. repeat the whole conversation with me.


So, press play and have fun with it!


Don’t forget that you can find more speaking activities at the bottom of this blog post.



Getting to know each other



Remember that, if you feel stuck with your Italian, if you know words, grammar, and prhases but still don’t know what to say and you struggle when speaking, you can get my FREE course Unlock your Italian. Click on the button below to get the course and start listening, speaking, and feeling more confident.




Also, don’t forget that the Speaking Practice Club for “False” Beginners is soon opening its doors. If you are an advanced or “false” beginner and you’ve spent months or years on language books and language Apps without having the chance to speak, this is what is goint to help you start speaking more and more confidently each month. Click on button below to join the waiting list and get notified once the subscriptions are open. 🙂


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Here you can find other speaking activities to keep yourself trained:


1. How to speak Italian even as a beginner

2. How to describe a home

3. A preview of ImitateMe, my speaking course for beginners

Gloria Spagnoli
Gloria Spagnoli
I help beginners of Italian take their first steps, speak from day one and learn Italian at their pace and by having fun.