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If you have ever studied Music Theory, you would know that Italian is the language of music, allegro, staccato and a cappella. While it is commonly said that the best way to learn a new language is to immerse oneself full in the culture, enrollment into a language school can help to alleviate any trepidation. Grasping the language will invariably make your stay in Italy a more pleasant and rewarding one.
The multitude of language schools in Italy makes finding the right school a challenging decision. The cost varies according the number of lessons, level of student and accommodation in some cases. The following link is a good starting point to begin researching language schools in Italy:
Many language schools assist students with finding suitable lodging for their time in Italy. Accommodation may range from private rooms to rooms in apartments with Italian natives.
In choosing a language school for yourself or your family members, there are several factors to take into consideration:
You do not have to wait until you arrive in Italy to improve your Italian language skills. There are numerous free resources on the Internet that can help to improve your skills. You can read Italian newspapers online. The website https://www.onlinenewspapers.com/italy.htm offers a list of major newspapers in Italy. The website https://www.101languages.net/italian/ is also another useful resource to help improve your skills.
To help you get started on choosing the language school that is right for you, the website https://www.esl-languages.com/en/adults/learn/italian/italy/index.htm is particularly useful.
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