I am a certified CEDILS teacher, I graduated in Foreign Languages and Literature in Milan and have been working as a teacher of Italian for more than 10 years.

Do you wish to learn or improve your Italian to speak with your parents or friends? The lessons are lively and fun. Do not be afraid to make mistakes.

Because our brain need some time to make us fluent and being confident speaking in another language. He is patient, knowledgable and makes learning much less stressful. I'm very happy you like the classes together and I'll do my best to keep them as fun and interesting as possible :-).

Since my students are aged between 1 and 69 years old, I developed 3 different methods: I prepare students for international exams. I am a private teacher in English, German and Italian. Daniel is a teacher with a lot of experience in teaching and plenty of materials. It's my pleasure taking class with you.

Homework is for me as important as frontal classes.

to be continued Maria is a well-structured teacher that is fluent in both russian and spanish. TPR - total physical response, all levels, mainly based on activities, role plays and board games. Trust in the experiences of our students.

I will guide and support you through your learning adventure!

Here you can find the conjugation of the Italian regular verb dormirewhich means "to sleep". I have been studying English for the last 15 years, first at school and then at the university and I have improved it on my frequent stays abroad. I have a strong passion for languages which I have been studying for many years. A student like you makes everything easier. My name is Elena. ;). It is the essential and funniest part of the learning process. We begin by chatting about the past week's events and them move to Espresso which I find very useful as a good review of material I have done in the past.

I hope to continue like that!

I have a degree as an interpreter for English and French so I know how hard it may be to learn a foreign language. Classes focus on language and on the possibility for you to improve your ability to speak and understand Italian in your daily life or in work. Are you ready to start your language learning path with me?

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What we need is to enjoy the class, to express ourself and our creativity.

Despite the foregoing, I was very satisfied with the first lesson.

I am a friendly person and my lessons mainly focus on conversation.

My name is Luisa and I teach Italian for foreignstudents, English,French and German for Italian students. My goal is to make certain that each student finds learning Italian exciting. I speak English and German.

Perfect the class with Ermanno. I have had many lessons with Luisa and I always look forward to them. We were able to take full advantage of it.

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This also allows me to put myself in my students' shoes and understand better their difficulties. Furthermore, I will guide you in all the learning process steps and you will learn the grammar in a funny way.

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I have worked with children, adolescents and adults for all levels of Italian, from beginner to advanced. Unlike in other platforms, all our teachers are manually verified by our professional team.

She adapts really well to the individual level and needs of the student and easily identifies whatever it is you are struggling with. Fluency - for intermediate/upper intermediate students, mainly based on listening and speaking; specific topics.

Anytime. I love foreign languages, translating, reading and listening to music.

Igivehomework exercises, and mylessons are intermixed with grammar, conversation, customs and traditions. Native teacher with 30 years of teaching experience. In the conversation class we spend the full hour talking in Italian/spanish about topics of your interest (sports, arts, traveling, culture, food, relations..);and I will make you speak as much as you can. I have now been teaching English for 4 years, first to school children and teenagers and now adults too.

She explains very clearly and the lessons are always fun. Easy flow and no lacking of topics to talk about with her. I am a Master's graduate in Translation and Interpreting at the University of Genoa, Italy.

The conversation was fluent. I totally recommend her to anyone that wants to learn English. See you online!

My name is Daniel, and I have been an online and face-to-face French teacher for more than 5 years (I work at the Alliance Franaise of Burgos and I have been teaching private classes online and face-to-face for several years). My name is Daniela, I am Italiana and I am a qualified Italian language teacher and a CELI examiner! I spent my childhood in a small village in the Chianti countryside and I always loved to explore curious aspects of different languages.

Dont worry if youve never studied the language before: everyone can attend my classes from beginner to advanced students. Also, I have been teaching Italian and Spanish giving private classes to students and refugees for over ten years.

.I can totally recommend him. Punctual, professional, educational and very friendly. Do you not find a teacher in your region?

Highly recommended!! :-D. Hello my name is Lucia and I am a native Italian speaker. Thank you Dan for the great review!

I also have experience in preparing official exams such as DELF (A1-B2) and DALF (C1/C2), and I have many exam samples at my disposal to help you achieve your goal! Hello everyone! Luisa is always a pleasure to talk with and is a kind and pleasant teacher.

Federico is an exceptional teacher.

Since then I have worked with languages, as a student support, tour guide and event coordinator between Spain and Ireland. Ciao Robbie, thanks a lot for your feedback. I am really enthusiastic about being a teacher because this activity allows you to share your culture and habits with foreign people.

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Olivia. I try each time to adapt to every student's needs, with mainly one goal: making every student enthusiastic about the learning process and more and more confident. Your Italian is growing more and more and I am sure that the next big goal will soon arrive! I attended specialization courses for Italian L2 teachers and I am interviewer for C1 PLIDA exam. Also send me a pdf with the class information so you can review it at home !! Teach your favorite language. I am Italian native speaker.

Find an online teacher, Find a language teacher for private or group lessons, Private lessons, group classes, tutoring and language courses (A1, A2, B2, B2, C1, C2).

I strongly encourage self-studying along with frontal teaching in order to considerably shorten learning time. A presto! My classes are tailored on your needs and considering your level of knowledge, I create a proper course plan.

I thank her for this lovely experience. Are you seeking a friendly and dynamic study environment ?

I use a communicative approach and I can offer classes of Italian languages, cinema, culture, gestures, focuses on grammar, conversation, etc.

Thanks, Lana. Do you need to improve your writing skills ? He prepared the class in advance and adjusted to what I asked.

Luisa is fantastic! During my classes I focus on the active skills of language, speaking and writing.

I try to meet the student's personal needs and objectives rather than impose my standard class. Wonderful teacher, thanks to her methodology and her pedagogical skills I could to reach the required level of italian language even without living in Italy. There is often additional words used I had not met before. He has so many resources to share with his students and helps to coach me through the difficult parts of language learning!

I offer 1-to-1 or 2-to-1 tuition, general Italian courses (grammar, conversation, listening, reading and writing), preparation to Italian examinations (all levels, also Italian for residence permit) and Italian and culture courses. Join me and let's have fun learning together.

I highly recommend Luisa!!!

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