I've been doing some challenges lately, mainly in Italian, and I actually wanted to write a post when starting and then to look back. But that didn't happen and I'm getting to the end of challenges, so I try to do both in this post: to describe what I thought of the challenge going in … Continue reading Challenges, challenges, challenges!!!
This post is written in Italian. The content might not be super exciting, but is about languages and language learning and maybe shows something of my level. I posted this also in iTalki notebook, if you want to take a look how native speakers corrected this. Imparare le lingue Mi piace molto imparare le nuove … Continue reading Imparare le lingue (in italiano)
A few weeks ago I wrote about restarting my Italian studies. As I mentioned since then, I have discarded the Language Hacking book. However, I've been keeping up with Italian Uncovered and LingQ and I even added some speaking practice with an Italian teacher in iTalki. I'm now halfway the course (10 lessons) and I … Continue reading Italian Uncovered and what I think of it so far
My first impressions I actually started my Italian studies with this book in September last year. I did the first mission and then I had a bit of a break... Recently I got newly excited about learning Italian and I'm finding it quite easy to learn because I speak French and to some level Spanish. … Continue reading Language Hacking – Italian: Review
REstarting italian I finally am trying to get back to my rhythm with language learning and while I'm trying to keep up languages like Russian and French, I wanted to jump back to Japanese and Italian. Bit more about Japanese later, I will start with my Italian journey. I started doing the Language Hacking course … Continue reading Buongiorno Italia!
choosing italian & materials Few months ago I wanted to try something different. Or let's just put it this way: I wanted to try another language. Italian has been on my mind for awhile, because I know Spanish to some degree (I understand it pretty well, my speaking needs practice). And of course I know … Continue reading Parlo italiano (or not)
Background: why I was looking for new resources In participating in the Language Jam I finally gave up on many language learning resources. I realized that I like very specific kind of resources that are sort of similar to how Finnish school books used to be when I was in school (well, I assume they … Continue reading Conversations: First look