Aaaalllllllmmmmoooooossssttttttttt there :D 23 months ago
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So I’ve already started learning Italian, and it’s going really well. I have an iPhone app called “Mind Snacks – Italian” which cost $4.99 and I’ve been using Memrise.com for free to learn new Italian verbs everyday and REMEMBER them—that’s the hard part! and I’ve just been starting to learn grammar from various free online resources, mostly Italian.About.com as they have worksheets just like teachers give you in class, which is the perfect tool for me.
I’m trying to find a textbook for free/cheap so that I can guide myself along in an efficient/orderly way, and I don’t have to search online for random websites every time I find a new grammar rule I’m unfamiliar with when reading things in Italian. Plus, some websites are exactly peer-reviewed, so mistakes are abundant.
I’ve been thinking of downloading cheap e-books or ordering used textbooks, but I’m still searching for something free before I commit myself to spending money.
Here’s to another week of being motivated and not giving up because I’m too lazy! :) 23 months ago
How I did it: I studied Italian for 2 years in high school and 2 years at university. I also studied abroad for a semester in Rome. I was also very motivated to learn the language, so I tried to learn from every available source: novels, films, random encounters with people in the street. Read how I did it… 5 years ago