Do you struggle with Italian? Do you wish you had someone to explain grammar or vocabulary better to you? Would you like the opportunity to ask all your questions without feeling embarrassed?
I am an Italian journalist, just arrived in Boston and I know how it feels to be a bit uncomfortable, when someone is not speaking your language and you feel quite lost. I know what it means, that's why I can understand and help. I am currently starting my career as an Italian teacher, taking courses to continuously improve my method meanwhile. My goal is to help you learning a foreign language through exercise, but also using games and activities that teachers normally don't use at school, so it'll be more fun for both of us. And since I think that learning a language has to do also with learning the culture and the way of life, I'll try to make you fall in love with Italy and its language.
I studied foreign languages (French, English and German) in high school and did my undergraduate work in Milan; achieved a degree in Communication and Italian film and started to work as a professional journalist. I traveled a lot all around Europe, lived in Australia for a few months and now I am starting my new life in Boston.
I love languages, and I hope I can transmit some of my love and enthusiasm to you. Look forward to hearing from you.
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