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For somebody who can set to and teach himself much of the language, but cannot then understand the spoken word, your programme is outstanding. It is also much better than the recordings that come with text books since the topics are interesting and varied.
Well done to those who do the recordings and who enunciate so clearly.
Your website and broadcasts are actually fantastic. I have been doing a conventional Italian language course each day for 30 minutes using a CD and text book. Usually the 30 minutes goes very slowly, and is hard work.
I began today on your course, spending time on the news bulletin, the discussion after the news, and the grammar lesson. The time flew. I loved every minute of it, and kept going for an hour. I love the discussion of current events, the useful vocabulary and especially the section on expressions.
Thanks you again, and please keep the series going.
Thank you so much for News In Slow Italian. I have been studying Italian off and on for over 20 years, primarily by reading, and this is exactly what I need to get me past the barrier of not being able to understand spoken Italian. I've looked at a variety of resources on the web, and this is the best I've found so far for developing the ability to "hear" Italian.