Simple yet entertaining short stories with audio to help you learn Italian, covering a diverse range of grammar structures and vocabulary. That's better than a book!
Reading is the key to improving your comprehension skills and helps you formulate better sentences.
But when you’re still a beginner or intermediate-level learner, it can be difficult to find proper materials to practice reading. You will also need to consult a dictionary while you’re reading, and without audio accompaniment, you will find it difficult to catch new words and how they’re pronounced by native speakers. It’s easy to get confused.
For beginners, reading and listening to short stories can be a fun and painless way of learning Italian. Easy Italian short stories will introduce you to new vocabulary and sentence structures, while the accompanying audio material will help you with listening comprehension. They easy if compared to a book. You also find an English translation to view in case you just can’t guess the meaning of the text.
Reading short stories is an effective way to improve your Italian reading and listening comprehension skills. Through learning in this way, you will be able to improve your Italian without the monotonous chore of memorizing grammar rules. This works especially for beginners! Easy, right?
In these Italian short stories, you find new vocabulary (words) that you can immediately put to use in everyday life. Practice your listening skills by listening to a native Italian-speaker narrating the stories.
Discover them one by one!
Since these stories are often pretty straightforward, you don’t need to be a professional reader.
However, you still need a simple plan for learning effectively with them. To get the most out of your short story, I suggest this three-step approach. Let’s called it an Italian experiment!
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Books for beginners and intermediate learners
If you’re one of those who like me who love the smell of paper, but you’re not lucky enough to be in Italy to step into a bookstore in Italy, choose from this collection of books with Italian short stories at beginner and intermediate levels.