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Refresh or learn Italian on Smartphone with our chat

As it is known, there are many apps to learn Italian on your Smartphone: Learn Italian Words, Busuu, Duolingo, Babbel and so on.

Instead, what Puntolingua offers you is not an app, but a program to refresh or learn Italian on Smartphone, by accessing a chat managed by a Puntolingua teacher.

In short, our chat is a virtual classroom, where the teacher proposes activities to be carried out individually, in pairs or in groups, just like in a face-to-face language course. But it is also a group chat, so a way to exchange videos, photos, comments … of course all only in Italian.

Rate: € 30,00 (+ VAT)* per 20 units. Forms of payment accepted: bank transfer or PayPal.

* This means that if you are resident in in the European Union the rate is € 30,00 + 19%, that is € 35,70. On the other hand, if you are resident in other countries, you do not have the VAT supplement.

  • Join the group chat, following the directions (PDF). Every month we start a new chat with a minimum of two users.

Choose your level

For best results, we recommend that you use our chat to review or refresh your Italian, not to start learning the language from scratch. If you have any doubts about it, contact Puntolingua and we will send you a proficiency test for the Italian language.

Learn Italian on Smartphone – A1 level

These review activities divided into 20 units are suitable for those who have attended an A1 level Italian course of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, even if only partially.

This is the book we use: L’italiano Smart A1 – Edizioni La Linea

Text description:

  • 20 short units to practice the main communication skills with many exercises to be done directly in the book and in chat;
  • All the basic linguistic and thematic topics of the A1 level of the Italian language;
  • All activity directions are also in English;
  • Keys in the book;
  • Open access online resources.

Learn Italian on Smartphone – A2 level

These review activities divided into 20 units are suitable for those who have attended an A2 level Italian course of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, even if only partially.

This is the book we use: L’Italiano Smart A2 – Edizioni La Linea

Text description:

  • 20 short units to practice the main communication skills with many exercises to be done directly in the book and in chat;
  • All the basic linguistic and thematic topics of the A2 level of the Italian language;
  • Keys in the book;
  • Open access online resources.

Do you already know the other services for online learning of the Italian language in addition to the Italian learning on Smartphone? For example the Italian lessons via webcam to study individually and reach the level of knowledge of the Italian language A1, A2, B1 or more of the European reference framework for foreign languages. If you have already reached a B1 level of knowledge in Italian language, you may be interested in our conversation service in Italian.

We have also the customized program Learn Italian and travel to Italy lasting one month: 20 hours of individual Italian lessons and two weeks stay in Italy. At last there are our highly popular free italian language activities, divided into two parts, for beginners (A1 and A2) and for intermediate level.

Other resources on the web: Learn Italian free

Here some links to web pages with interesting contents for learning the Italian language online:

  • Loescher Editore (free activities, videos and readings to improve your level in Italian conversation);
  • Alma Edizioni (free activities, videos and readings to improve your level in Italian conversation);

Italian Newspapers, Television and Magazines

Culture, art, history, society, sport … what are the topics that interest you most? The best way to learn Italian, as well as other foreign languages, is to speak about your interests.

To get some ideas for your conversation in Italian with Puntolingua teachers, you can take a look at the following websites.

Newspapers and television:

Magazines:

Puntolingua introduces itself

Speaking is a natural human attitude, but when it is used as a learning strategy, there are a few things to keep in mind, for example to invite the student to express their opinions directly in the target language, instead of using the time available to talk “about the target language”.

It seems easy, but to do this you need to know various teaching methods. Unfortunately, today we have the impression that teaching a language with new technologies is very easy. Everyone at home has a computer and a webcam, but technology, even if very useful, is not enough.

By Puntolingua the student is guided through his individual learning process and to do this the teacher must have skills in the field of foreign language learning.

For this reason, by Puntolingua we organize a training course in language teaching and and the teachers who have been working with us for the longest time have a certification in teaching Italian to foreigners.

Our teachers live in Berlin or they only lived in Berlin for a certain period during which they followed our training and then returned to Italy.

Puntolingua headquarters in Berlin

Various curiosities, questions from the web:

  • What is the best app to learn Italian on Smartphone?

If you are looking for an app for your smartphone to learn Italian, Puntolingua simply offers you a group chat: effective for learning, interactive, interact with real people, cheap and very easy to use, because it’s just a chat.

  • What is the easiest app to learn Italian on Smartphone?

If you are looking for an app for your smartphone to learn Italian, Puntolingua simply offers you a group chat: effective for learning, interactive, interact with real people, cheap and very easy to use, because it’s just a chat.

  • How can I learn Italian fast by myself?

Try to listen or read something in Italian every day and create opportunities for interaction with Italian native speakers.

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