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Learning Italian with Italian songs

Posted by Monica on September 8, 2008

I have created this blog to help students to have more fun studying their Italian on line.

All of you can find useful tips and links on pageItalian classes”, but tips not only about the grammar. Mind you, on page “Italian classes” I selected a few songs so, while you learn the Italian language, you could have a good time listening to Italian music. Search for the links!

I suggest your listening to Italian songs to improve your listening skill, your vocabulary and your confidence in Italian language and Italian mind. Here you can find one Giusy Ferreri‘s song [clik here for song and lyrics]

Buono studio e buon divertimento!

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2 Responses to “Learning Italian with Italian songs”

  1. Iva said

    Ciao,

    Ci sono delle canzoni che contengono passato prossimo. Sono professoressa e vorrei presentare il passato prossimo ai miei studenti attraverso le canzoni…

    Grazie

  2. Monica said

    Ciao Iva,
    le canzoni con il passato prossimo sono molte, e anche qui ne puoi trovare alcune (sempre testo + canzone o video). Sicuramente conoscerai:

    Dove ho visto te

    e Un-raggio-di-sole (dove però ci sono anche i pronomi e l’imperfetto).

    Se cerchi bene, in questo sito ne troverai altre.
    Spero di esserti stata d’aiuto.

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