Italian learners are always looking for new sources of Italian listening practice, and FluentU is one of the best. This subscription site offers videos for all levels of Italian, enhanced with quizzes, spaced repetition, and other tools to help you practice what you know and learn at your own pace.
Studying Italian online has many benefits, as well as some limitations. If you want to get serious about learning Italian but can’t handle a rigid class schedule, private tutors are the way to go. LanguaTalk offers an easy-to-use search interface to help you find your ideal 1-on-1 Italian tutor based on availability, reviews, and video introductions.
News in Slow Italian is a weekly podcast aimed at intermediate-level Italian students. Native speakers report current events at a reduced but not unnatural pace, making it easier for you to understand without being overloaded by rapid-fire Italian.
Italian teachers can benefit from specialized tools to help them assign and grade homework, track students’ progress, assess classes, and more. Here are my favorite online learning sites that offer dedicated tools and spaces for teachers.
Read my review of Saga Baldoria, a story-based Italian learning program with exercises, dialogues, stories, historical notes, videos, and comics. Each lesson takes about 15 minutes, making it easy to squeeze daily practice into a busy schedule.
Eager for a new way to work on your Italian listening comprehension? Take a look at Yabla Italian, a subscription site with a massive collection of original videos featuring native speakers to help you learn and practice Italian at any level.