Why learn Italian today?

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When it comes to the most attractive languages, for many people the native language of Italy likely springs to mind. Italian is a famously beautiful language with its rolled 'r's, round vowels, and melodic rhythm. Words like bellissima, buon giorno, and amore seem to roll off the tongue, even for non-native speakers.

Even when it comes to pronunciation, you'll find that Italian is a great deal simpler than German. Despite German being closely related to English, Italian actually is a great deal less complicated to learn for an English speaker.
Italian is a romance language spoken by over 60 million people around the world. Not only is it a relatively easy and fun language to learn, but it's also one of the most beneficial languages
to study.
It Helps to Learn Other Romance Languages
In addition to Latin, you will also gain an incredible amount of knowledge about other Romance and Germanic languages. If you learn Italian, it will also provide the background for further studies of other popular Romance languages, such as Portuguese, French, or Spanish.
Having said that, it is a fact that many people consider Italian the most beautiful language.
Many people probably unconsciously associate Italian with beautiful landscapes, poetry, literature, opera, classical music, food, and history.
And Italian is probably the language most linked to the world of art, culture and from design to good wine.
Home of the Roman Empire and a major center of the Renaissance, culture on the Italian peninsula has flourished for centuries.
I invite you to learn Italian.

 

 

Danila 
 

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