36 thoughts on “Learn Italian: How to Survive on Your Travels to Italy If You Do Not Speak Italian (PART 1)”

  1. The acoustics and sound quality in this video aren't as good as in the first one I watched, almost as if the volume was up a bit too high or your mouth was too close to the microphone in this one.  I'm not sure why, actually, but the difference in sound quality was noticeable.  The content is great either way, but as we are listening to every syllable, the sound quality is paramount.

  2. As a native spanish speaker, italian pronunciation seems to be really simple to me. This video is really helpful though, don't ask why I am watching lessons in English xD

  3. Thank you so much for all Italian courses and information. I'm going to Italy in March 2016 and now I am able to speak a little Italian. Really appreciate you.

  4. YOU ARE BRILLIANT WHAT DO YOU RECOMMEND HOW TO LEARN THE LANGUAGE FLUENTLY ( WITH NOT MUCH MONEY TO SPEND ) I WISH YOU HAD YOUR CLASSES HERE IN LONDON UK , THEY WAY YOU EXPLAIN ,PRONOUNCE , & TEACH IS PURE POETRY , & IM USELESS , ANY THING YOU CAN SUGGEST WOULD BE GREAT & SO MUCH APPRECIATED THANKS MICKY

  5. Very helpful. Thanks. I am planning to visit Italy soon. This really help me.. hope you'll make more of this kind of tutorial..

  6. This guy is fantastic!!!! I've been looking for the right on line teacher for-EVER…stumbled on him and have advanced years on my first video….Grazie mille!!! PERFETTO!!!!

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