Italian Language and Culture

Catering to all ages and abilities, Eszett is here to help you achieve your dream of becoming fluent in Italian, whether you are looking to brush up on your skills or start completely anew. There is no better time than the present to start learning the famously beautiful, poetic language.

Why should I learn Italian?

Explore Italian Culture

Italy is famous for its art, coffee, fashion, architecture, literature, design, opera and film. A UNESCO report in fact states that 60% of the world’s art treasures can be found there. 

Learning Italian allows you to explore the geographically and historically fascinating country, which produced the likes of Dante, Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, and offers mountains, lakes and sun-kissed islands.

Learn from Anywhere

With Eszett, you can take online Italian classes using Eszett’s bespoke virtual learning platform, which allows for highly interactive and engaging lessons. Taking virtual Italian lessons ensures your language learning fits around your schedule, whether it be inserted into your working day or conducted on the train journey home.

Have Face-to-Face Lessons

Eszett offers in-person lessons, both one-on-one and in groups. Our in-person Italian classes adopt a communicative approach and truly bring the language to life.

Acquire a New Skill

Adding a new language to your CV will make you instantly employable, particularly in the increasingly globalised job market. Learning Italian will improve your analytical, communication and memory skills, to name a few of its many cognitive benefits.

Italian Isn’t Difficult

If you already speak at least one romance language, you will find Italian has many similarities with its other Latin-based counterparts. Italian is also an easy language for English speakers. Slower in speed than Spanish, the language is also easy to understand because every letter is clearly enunciated. Moreover, Italian shares about 30 per cent of its words with English and has similar verb tenses.

What is the quickest way to learn Italian?

Keep Practicing

It is important to immerse yourself in the language as much as possible. Regular Italian lessons with a personal Eszett tutor are essential, but you can build on your knowledge using the vast resources available on the internet (such as Italian YouTube or news channels).

Write in a Journal

Writing is an effective way of leading you to fluency in Italian. Practicing expressing your thoughts and opinions, seeing the words written on the page and looking up phrases and words in dictionaries all help to improve your Italian language abilities. For those that find it too taxing, or lack the inspiration, to write a full essay in Italian, writing about the activities you have done in your day will be sufficient to improve your proficiency, particularly as learning every-day language may be more useful if speaking Italian with friends and colleagues is your ultimate goal.

Make Learning Fun

Eszett teachers create lessons based on your particular requirements and interests. If you would rather discuss football than a news article, lessons will reflect this, as learning is most effective when you are motivated and engaged.

One of the wonderful aspects of learning a language is that you can practice it by going abroad. Going to Italy and chatting to the barman over an espresso, ordering your favourite gelato flavour or sampling local wines all count as language learning.

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