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Italian alphabet

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Italian reading rules

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Italian for Beginners

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Italian for Intermediate Learners

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Italian for Advanced Learners

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Italian for Travelling

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Italian for Business

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Italian for Kids

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Italian Alphabet

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How to Speak Italian

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Why learn Italian?

Italian is considered to be the language of art, music and cuisine. Learn Italian to be able to explore the language, culture and history of one of the oldest civilizations on earth. Spoken by 63 million people worldwide, it is not surprising that Italian is the fourth most-taught foreign language in the world. Italy also ranks as one of the wealthiest countries in the world. It is widely famous for its immense cultural legacy, history, literature and artworks. According to a recent UNESCO report, 60% of the world’s art treasure is in Italy. Learn Italian if you want to build a career in fashion, arts, gastronomy or car building. Learning Italian is also necessary if you want to pursue an ecclesiastical career in Vatican. Travelling to such famous cities as Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan, Turin, Pisa and Verona, is much easier when you speak Italian. Hold an elevated conversation about the famous masterpieces of Italy - the Sistine Chapel, The Last Judgement, Venus of Urbino, The Last Supper, David and so many others, it is hard to count. The Italian language and culture are literally everywhere, from the food you eat and the clothes you wear, to the classical music you listen to and the artworks you study. Since musical notation was invented in Italy, it’s not surprising why Italian is the official language of music. Giuseppe Verdi, Gioachino Rossini and other brilliant composers created most of their operas in Italian. Use your language learning skills to learn Italian and speak confidently when shopping. Italy is the epicenter of fashion industry, the main trend-setter and the home of such luxury brands as Gucci, Versace, Prada and Armani. Understand the eating culture of Italy. Enjoy a slice of an authentic Italian "pizza" with "mozzarella" and take a slow moment to enjoy your "ristretto". Explore the unique world perception of the Italians, by speaking the Italian language.

Fun facts about the Italian language

The alphabet contains 21 letters

The Italian alphabet is composed of Roman characters, just like French, Spanish, Portuguese, etc. It contains five letters less than English, by lacking the letters j, k, w, x, and y.

The longest word contains 29 letters

The longest word in Italian is the 29-letter "esofagodermatodigiunoplastica", which refers to a reconstructive surgery related to the removal of the stomach.

The earliest Italian text is over 1000 years old

The Placiti Cassinesi are four juridical documents written sometime between the years 960 and 963. They are the first written documents in Italian.

Italian is the official language of classical music

Musical notation was invented in Italy during the Renaissance. If you’ve ever seen a classical music score, you’ve probably come across terms like "crescendo" (get louder), "staccato" (detached) or "forte" (loud), all of which come from Italian.

Some major Italian dialects & languages

Florentine dialect

The Florentine dialect of the Tuscan Italian language refers to the several versions of Italian spoken in Italy’s Tuscany region, which has a population of over 3,5 million people.

Neapolitan dialect

The Neapolitan dialect is spoken by over 5 million people, primarily by those who live in Naples. However, due to the popularity of Neapolitan music, it can be heard on radios all over the world.

Venetian dialect

With 4 million speakers residing in and around Venice, the Venetian dialect is another commonly heard variety of Italian. Venetian is so different from other dialects that it is classified as a separate unit.

Sicilian language

Sicilian Italian differs from the standard one, even in its basic grammatical structure. It’s spoken by almost 5 million people, most of whom reside in the island of Sicily.

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