Hopie (write_rewrite) wrote in linguaphiles,


Hi, guys! First time poster here :D My name is Hope, and I have a question.

I'd like to self-teach myself Italian. I already have a pretty good basis for learning - my mother tongue, Maltese, borrows heavily from Italian and has similar verb conjugation and pronunciation. Now, what I want to ask is: are there any helpful resources (websites, books, films) that you'd recommend? And what are some tips for learning Italian?
Tags: introductions, italian, language acquisition

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