Ciao! My name is Camilla, I am 20 and I was born and raised in the stunning northern Italy, in a small city called Marostica (look it up on google, trust me). I would love to share the beauty of the Italian language with someone passionate about it while having fun! We can organize meetings in different places and learn while taking coffee, going bowling or just taking a walk. I don’t have any proper teaching experience, but I have always been a tutor for my classmates in school, plus I have a lot of experience in babysitting, so my patience is at an incredibly high level! Apart from that, I am an enthusiastic and positive person who loves to shares her passions, and Italy is one of those!
Meet an Italian! Jokes aside, i think the best way is to actually experience Italian culture: apart from learning the grammar, which is important as well, a fun and easy way to learn Italian is listening to Italian music, watch some good movies and learn about the many traditions we have
As long as you are willing to spend some time doing it, absolutely no. Italian is an easy language with a not so complicated grammar, plus it’s so known that even without studying it, you already have a grasp of the sounds in its words
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