In March of 2015 I took my first solo trip to Florence, Italy — and as a result I highly recommend traveling solo at least once in your life. To make the trip that much more unique for me, and did something I always wanted to do — begin to learn the Italian language.
Clearly, if you have been following this website, you know I have a deep love and appreciation for Italy, and I regret never really learning the language. Why didn’t my family speak Italian at home when I was younger? I lived with my great grandmother for a little while, and she was from Italy! But it didn’t happen. The course I took in Florence was wonderful, but I’ve practically forgotten everything because I never used it. So I’m constantly in search of how I can learn and use Italian here at home.
Below you will find a book review about learning conversational Italian that is quite useful. If you have any other suggestions for learning Italian, please comment below. And I will keep my goal alive: I will, someday, be fluent in Italian.
THE GRAZIE GIRL 😘😍
Although I’ve had the wonderful pleasure of traveling through Italy many times, I firmly believe that the Italian language will be an eternal challenge to adequately grasp and understand. Eve…