Almachtigheid wrote:My Italian is very basic now, ciao, arrivederci and italiano are the only words I know, and I don't even know if I spelled them correctly
Itikar wrote:Almachtigheid wrote:My Italian is very basic now, ciao, arrivederci and italiano are the only words I know, and I don't even know if I spelled them correctly
Don't worry, you spelled them correctly.
Here are some links:
http://blogs.transparent.com/italian/ (a nice blog about learning Italian)
http://www.dizionario.rai.it/ (an audio dictionary with traditional pronunciation)
http://www.liberliber.it/progetti/manuzio/ (Italian free books, audiobooks and music)
http://www.proverbi-italiani.com/ (Italian proverbs)
http://dizionari.corriere.it/dizionario ... ndex.shtml (free monolingual Italian online dictionary)
http://venus.unive.it/canipa/dokuwiki/d ... ?id=en:pdf (this is a bit technical but there is wonderful material about Italian phonology, all for free)
http://www.italienischkurs-online.de/ (Italian course in German)
http://italian.about.com/ (Italian resources in English)
http://leortola.wordpress.com/ (The blog of my favourite comic book author)
http://www.locuta.com/welcome.htm (other resources in English)
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionar ... talian1000 (Italian frequency list of words)
http://dizione.xoom.it/corsodizione.html (Italian neuter pronunciation course)
http://nl.wikibooks.org/wiki/Italiaans/Inhoudsopgave (wikibook for learning Italian in Dutch)
I hope they can be useful. Unfortunately some of those are addressed to a relatively advanced (or even native) target, but they can be useful to you anyway. If not now at least later.
I wish success for your study and don't be afraid to ask anything.
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