detto e fatto!
I finished my tree and it's all gold! I'm thrilled to be done and excited to be moving on to the reverse tree (and keeping this one all nice and shiny). Aside from actually spending time in Italy and working with a tutor, Duolingo has been the best Italian practice! If anybody has recommendations for other websites (I've used italki, memrise, read stuff on various newspapers, watched stuff on RAI, etc), I would love suggestions. Thanks Duo! and Thanks to the great community here!
This site has Italian subtitles for almost every movie.
I've found it to be a great resource.
You may be able to skip the first few lessons considering your level, but this teacher is really great https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVGo10hbyIyD6cbz3Jm3aoQ
Are you a teaching English while in Italy? I am considering moving--my son and I love the language! Currently, I'm on level 9. What is a good profession to get into for "extended" vacations for 3-6 months?