Learn like a polyglot

Boost your progress in a 1-hour self-paced course

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I’m Stefano, an Italian polyglot.

You can master Italian or any other language if you follow my advice.

Watch this webinar and boost your progress today!

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Learn how to learn

In this webinar, I’m going to show you how to learn Italian or any other language, including:

  • How to memorize vocabulary
  • How to master grammar
  • How to improve your pronunciation
  • The best tools to learn languages

After this quick-start guide, you’ll know exactly what to do from now on.

This is not a generic guide: I only recommend methods and materials that I actually use myself and that I find useful.

This treasure of life experience will make you want to pick up again that language you dropped long ago, this time saving yourself years of ineffective studies.

What the experts say...

"This course teaches the language intuitively. It can definitely help you improve your Italian."
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Nick Dahlhoff
Language Blogger on Alllanguageresources.com
"Stefano is fantastic educator. I recommend his lessons to all language lovers."
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Thierry Hsieh
Founder of the Polyglot Club in Taipei, Taiwan
Stefano knows how languages are learned. His course is the best of the learning resources I've tried."
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Francesca Chen Ting
Chinese-Italian Translator on Omniglot.com

Course program

  1. I don’t know how to study a language!
  2. I’m embarrassed because I can’t speak!
  3. I’m frustrated because I’m wasting time and money!
  4. I’m nervous because I make mistakes!
  5. I fear that it’s too late to start!
  6. I regret that I don’t have time!
  7. I feel discouraged because I can’t travel / live in _____!
  8. I fear that I’ll forget it after I quit studying
  1. Get to like it!
  2. Pains and pleasures
  3. Don’t study for exams
  4. What are your goals?
  1. How do you study?
  2. A complete language workout for your brain
  3. Self-study books
  4. Gamified learning with comprehensible input
  5. Audio courses based on spaced interval repetition
  6. Video/audio lessons
  7. Writing with confidence
  8. Take classes
  9. Meet people
  10. Immersion with caution
  11. Stick with that language
  12. Keep a word list to learn vocab
  13. Make words memorable with mnemonics
  14. The language diet
  15. Learn music
  16. Progress and self-esteem
  1. Study checklist
  2. Weekly schedule
  3. Study calendar

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"You will not sound like a robot"
"Teaches the language intuitively"
"I'm happy with the improvement"

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