Will I be able to read and write Italian?
- Yes! you will be able to read and write Italian, as well as understanding spoken Italian and speaking it yourself.
- Italian is easy to learn to pronounce, understand and speak; it is also easy to read and write everyday Italian.
- Since Italian is a phonetic language – you read it the way it’s written and you write it the way you say it – except for the “c” and “g” sounds, which can be either hard or soft.
- The “c” and “g” sounds are color-coded in Italian To Go, to make it easy and fast for you to learn to read, understand and write Italian.
- As you progress through the Italian courses, you will develop all four of the major language-learning skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing – at Beginner level, using Italian To Go and Fra Amici Italian 1 – Beginners and Fra Amici Italian 2 – Beginners-Intermediate to help you achieve a Beginners-Intermediate level.
- In the middle stages, using Fra Amici Italian 3 – Intermediate and Fra Amici Italian 4 – Intermediate-Advanced e-Courses, you will develop all four of the major language-learning skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing. You can reach an Intermediate-Advanced level, which means that you will be able to have conversations in everyday Italian confidently and with increasing fluency.
- Then, in the advanced stage, using Fra Amici Italian 5 – Advanced e-Course, you will develop all four of the major language-learning skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing to an advanced level, which means that you will able to handle Italian with increasing confidence and as a fluent second-language speaker of Italian.
- If you can then go and live or stay in Italy for an extended period, so that you can totally immerse yourself in the Italian language and culture 24/7, you will be able to achieve near-native fluency in Italian.