Studying Italian grammar and vocabulary is one thing, but actually understanding what Italians say when they speak to you is quite another!
But how to improve your listening comprehension in Italian? Well, practice certainly helps, and if you can’t live in Italy or speak the language regularly, doing lots of Italian listening comprehension exercises is a start.
Check OnlineItalianClub.com’s new “Italian listening comprehension exercises” page: this is something that I am really excited about and proud of. Since Daniele and his team of enthusiastic young interns got started on scripting and recording dialogues and writing questions and tasks to go with them, the results have been much better than I could have imagined!
You’ll really find these Italian listening comprehension exercises useful, I promise! If you’ve already taken a look, go back and see what’s new this week – there are EIGHT new listening comprehension exercises for you to try.
And if you haven’t taken a look yet, well, what are you waiting for? Get on over to the club and start improving your Italian listening comprehension, for free!