Stories in Italian
HI, I am an Italian Learner and I really want to experience Duolingo Stories in the Italian Language, will there be Stories in more languages (such as Italian).
I would really like to learn Italian outside the systematical routine of Duolingo.
I have a 40-day streak currently!!! So wish me luck to continue it!
Welcome. Our Simoneatt11 has produced excellent lessons on YouTube. "Italiano in 7 minutes - the verb Mangiare" is the first in a series. Unfortunately we are still waiting for Stories although there are some contributions if you go to the Search symbol. Here's to your next 40 days!
TJ. Thanks for posting links. I still don't know how to do it. Much appreciated.
My pleasure ... I guess there are other ways but my method - I copy and paste the relevant URL into the comment box and it goes 'blue' live when I press 'Post' after completion of any associated text entry I want to put in. Try this out (you can always delete and try again) and let me know how you get on, if it works we can tell others who might wish to know.
TJ. Thanks so much. I'll try it next time, tis all a matter of confidence. Ciao...
Yes, we're all waiting for Duolingo to make stories in Italian... All I can wish you is Patience and Good Luck!
Thanks for asking for Stories in Italian!!!! I love this section for French and am also trying to learn Italian. I would love to have stories in Italian too and would use it for sure!!! Hope Duolingo reads you request and adds Stories in Italian!
Congrats on 40 days! Today is day 57 for me. I find it useful to use YouTube with silly things like common mispronunciation or English speaker tries to guess Italian words etc. It gives a real person and personality to lessons and can actually teach a lot.
I have also noticed that there are no Italian stories available which is a shame as it would be another excellent way to practise the language.
I have found a wonderful TV show on Netflex called Ordinary People. I haven only just started but it looks like a really well written/directed/acted TV show. You can have subtitled in Italian or in English as you like. It's not a substitute for reading the stories and having the little questions about them, but it does get your ear hearing Italian!