Here are some suggested reference links for learning the Italian language:
CONJUGATION AND ON-LINE CONJUGATOR
- Conjugation – The (Italian) language Page by Dàvid Uhlár – Source: Babel Site
- How To Conjugate Italian Verbs Like A Native – Source: About.com
- Italian verbs conjugation – Source: Enrico Olivetti
- On-Line Conjugator – Source: Verbix
- 1000dictionaries.com internet resources – LINKS TO FREE ONLINE DICTIONARIES (Ignore top portion and ads! Please scroll down page until you see section titled, “ITALIAN DICTIONARIES”)
- BEST Multilingual Online Dictionaries – In multiple languages – Source: LanguageCourse.net
- DictSearch currently supports a total of 265 dictionaries with 70 source languages and 74 target languages.
- foreignword.com – Swedish to Italian and other languages
- Dictionaries -- Multiple languages, however, primarily to English – Source: Heikki Kantola
- English Dictionary - With Multi-Lingual Search – multiple languages: Dutch, French, German, Italian,… – Source: Allwords.com
- Freedict – Multiple languages (16) including Swedish. Spanish, Japanese, Russian, etc.
- The Internet Picture Dictionary: Italian – The Internet Picture Dictionary is a completely free, online multilingual picture dictionary designed especially for ESL students and beginning English, French, German, Spanish and Italian language learners of all ages.
- Languages resources directory – Source: Search Language.com
- From Language to Language – multiple languages (18): English, German, French, Italian, Turkish, Spanish ... Dictionary
- Online Dictionaries. Free! – Under Italian, multiple languages: Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish
- Welcome to the new R-O-Matic Italian/English Dictionary
- Little Explorers English-Italian Picture Dictionary – Source: EnchantedLearning.com
- Sapere.it – Spanish to Italian
- Stars21.com – multiple languages: Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese,…
- WordReference.com – Online French, Italian and Spanish Dictionary
- yourDictionary.com – Thai to German, French, English
- BASIC ITALIAN GRAMMAR – Source: George Watson’s Collgeg
- Italian Language: GRAMMAR – Articles & Resources – Source: About.com
- Italian Grammar and Homework Exercises by Remo Nanetti – The author, Dr. Remo L. Nannetti (M.A. (Hons.), Ph.D., A.L.C.M), is currently Principal Teacher of Modern Languages at Notre Dame High School, Glasgow (Scotland) and has over twenty-five years' experience of teaching French and Italian. He is also involved in the training of Italian teachers at the University of Glasgow) and has collaborated extensively in the production of Italian papers and curricular materials for both the Scottish Qualifications Agency and the Higher Still Development Unit (now Learning and Teaching Scotland).
- Links to Italian grammar websites – Source: the University of York
- Basic Italian Grammar – By TKWukitsch, Rome, 1999 (Revised, Washington, DC, 2005) – From MMDTKW
- Descriptive Grammar of the Standard Italian Language – Source: Orbis Latinus
- Italian Grammar – Source: Bluegrass Interlingua Club
- CCSF Language Center Italian Links – Source: City College of San Francisco (CCSF)
- Italian General Practice – Source: Foreigh Language Center, University of North Texas
- Italian Program page – Source: City College of San Francisco (CCSF)
- Language Resources – Source: Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard
- Italian Language Resources - Modern Languages and Linguistics Library – Source: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Library Gateway: Italian Language Resources
- Italian Resources – Super Italian Web Sites – Source: Jim Becker, Professor Emeritus, University of Northern Iowa
- Italian Weblinks – Source: Oxford University Language Centre
- Language Learning Center – Italian Links – Source: Simon Fraser University
- Language Centre - Italian Links – Source: the University of Manchester
- OGGI E DOMANI – The Interactive Course that Makes Learning Italian Easy – Source: Brooklyn College, The City University of New York
LANGUAGE RESOURCES: OTHER
- CyberItalian Inc., Table of Contents – Source: CyberItalian Inc. (See above)
- Italian Language Information – "Here you can get information on Italian language. It contains main Italian language features, such as Italian alphabet, Italian pronunciation rules, Italian grammar and more. If needed, the input method is also described." – Source: LingvoSoft Online – "The Largest Collection of Free Online Translation Services Anywhere!"
- Italian Language Resource – Source: slow travel italy
- Italian Language Sites – Source: CALL@Hull
- Italian Links – Source: Il Sito
- Languages online Italian – Materials for Teaching and Learning – Source: E. L. Easton's web site
- Phrasebase – Learn Italian Language/Learn to speak Conversational Italian Language – registration required!
- Sprachprofi – Italian-German
- Word of the Day – Italian – Sound clip –Source: Transparent Language
- CyberItalian – Sound clip – Source: CyberItalian Inc. (See above)
- The Italian Electronic Classroom! ™ – Source: Centro Studi Italiani ™
- ITALIAN steps – Sound clip – Source: BBC Languages
- ILUSS – Learn Italian Online – Sound clip – Italian lessons and courses for individual studies and to further develop Italian language skills. – ILUSS (Italian Language Update School Service) was created in 1996 by Riccardo Piancastelli, drawing from his many years of experience teaching Italian to foreign students.
- Learn to Speak Italian Online – Registration required – Source: eLanguageSchool.net
- Online Italian Courses and Lessons – Source: WorldWideLearn
- iM Translator - Free Translation – Source: Smart Link Corporation
- Babel Fish Translation – Source: AltaVista
- ITALATIN – Classic Italian & Latin Translations
- Google Language Tools – Search Specific Languages or Countries
- Langenberg.com – Language Translation -- English, French, German, Danish, Spanish, Finnish, Czech & Italian
- NEWSTRAN.COM – The Original Multilingual MetaNews Translator™
- linguatec – language technologies – e–Translation Server
- Logos –Multilingual E-Translation Portal – multiple languages including Thai – multiple languages
- SYSTRAN® – Language Translation Technologies – multiple languages
- CyberItalian – Sound clip – Source: CyberItalian Inc., founded in 1997, is an innovative, small, agile company for online teaching of Italian language and culture.
- Italian – Sound clip – Source: Unforgettable Languages
- Italian mp3 Audio Phrase Guides – Sound clip – Source: single_serving.com
- Italian language: Pronunciation and Spelling – Source: Orbis Latinus
- Italian Language: Speaking & Pronunciation – Source: CASLT (The Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers)
- Italian Pronunciation Guide – Sound clip – Source: AskOxford.com
- How to pronounce Italian - a few basics – Sound clip –Source: BBC Languages
- Giachetti’s Quick Pronunciation Guide – Source: See You in Italy
- Learn Italian for FREE! – Sound clip – Source: ProfessorGio.com
- Online pronunciation guides to 7 varieties of the English language and 9 other languages – Sound clip – Source: fonetiks.org
- OGGI E DOMANI – Sound clip – The Alphabet, Spelling and Phonetic conventions.
- Outdoor Markets – Sound clip – Italian in Italy – Source: LangMedia
- Collection of Italian Proverbs – Gaetano Online..…One of America’s Finest Genealogy Sites…..
- Italian Proverbs: Proverbi Italiani – Source: About.com
- Italian Language: Proverbs, Idiomatic Expressions, and Sayings – Source: CASLT (The Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers)
- Italian popular proverbs – Source: Free People Association
- Montepescali – Italian proverbs – Source: Montepescali web site
- Italian proverbs – Source: Wikiquote links: People - Literary Works - Proverbs - Films - TV Shows - Themes - Categories
- Italian proverbs – Source: WorldVillage
- Proverbi/Proverbs – Source: Welcome to Italianrus.com
- Neapolitan Proverbs and Idioms – Italian Language and Dialects – Source: FIERI Boston!
- Sicilian Proverbs – translated into English by Arthur V. Dieli – Source: Genealogia Dieli Genealogy web site
- Italian I (Audio CD) by Pimsleur, PIMSLEUR® Language Program, Speak Italian in Eight Easy Lessons, The Short Course
- Italian II, Second Edition: Compehensive Compact Discs (Audio CD) by Pimsleur, PIMSLEUR® Language Program
- Hugo in 3 months ITALIAN, ISBN 0-7894-9555-4
- Conversational Italian Survival Phrases – Source: Transparent Language
- On-line phrasebook: Italian l – Source: SmartPhase.com
- How to ask for directions in Italian – Source: About.com
- Italian Survival Phrases: Essential Words and Phrases for Travelers – Source: About.com
- Translations by category – You need to Set Language from “Your Native Speaking Language” to “The Language You Want to Learn” – Multiple languages including Germany, Swedish, Thai
- Forum: Italian language, handwriting , script & translations – Source: ItalianGenealogy.com
- The Internet Dictionary Project – The Internet Dictionary Project's goal is to create royalty-free translating dictionaries through the help of the Internet's citizens. This site allows individuals from all over the world to visit and assist in the translation of English words into other languages. The resulting lists of English words and their translated counterparts are then made available through this site to anyone, with no restrictions on their use. Please enjoy your visit, and thank you for donating your time to this project.
- Italian – Includes Resource Centers –Source: Houghton Mifflin's college division
- Academic Subjects : World Languages : Italian – Source: WannaLearn.com
- Italian language – Source: Orbis Latinus
- Italian - English Translation Games – Learn Italian Language & English Language From Syvum Homepage: Online Education, Interactive Learning and homework help to over 170 countries !
- Italian Hand Gestures – Speak Italian With Your Hands! – Source: About.com
- List of Romance Languages & Dialects – Source: Orbis Latinus
- Multilanguage Learning Sites – Source: GLEANER'S LANGUAGE LINKS
- Useful Links: Italian – Source: AskOxford.com
- Welcome to the Italy Magazine Italian Lessons – Source: Italy magazine
- WordReference Forums > Italian – Source: WordReference.com Language Forums
- You too can learn Italian! – Introduction (by Tyler Chambers). These Italian lessons were written by Lucio Chiappetti (email@example.com).
- Istituto Linguistico Mediterraneo – "Italian language school in Tuscany to learn Italian in Italy. Courses of Italian language and culture." – In multiple languages
- Italian Language – Source: Language School
- Italian Language Schools – Source: language-course-finder.com
- The Italian Language, Schools, Books, Experiences… – Source: Candida Martinelli's Italophile Site
- LanguageCourse.net – a website which lists recognized and recommended Italian language schools in Rome, or any language school in any city of the world
- Schools in Italy – Source: LifeInItaly
- STUDY ITALIAN in ITALY – Source: E. L. Easton's web site
- SEE ALSO:
- Info on how to ask questions in Italian *, dated Tuesday, July 31, 2007
- Info on Italian Vocabulary/Vocabolario *, dated Tuesday, July 24, 2007
- Info on Italian Phrases +*, dated Friday, July 06, 2007
- Info for the Italian Word of the Day +*, dated Tuesday, June 12, 2007
- Info about about Italian Expressions *, dated Friday, May 25, 2007
- Info on links for translators of the Italian Language , dated Tuesday, May 15, 2007
- Info about Italian dialects in Italy , dated Tuesday, May 08, 2007
- Info on Italian slang *, dated Friday, February 02, 2007
- Info on Conjugation and On-Line Conjugator for the Italian Language *, dated Tuesday, January 23, 2007
- Info on Learning and Teaching Italian *, Tuesday, November 07, 2006
- Info on Podcasts/MP3 Downloads About, For or On Italy *, dated Friday, October 27, 2006
- Info about On-Line Language Training in Italian +*, dated Tuesday, August 29, 2006
- Info on Miscellaneous Items or Topics About the Italian Language *, dated Friday, August 25, 2006
- Info About Italian Grammar +*, dated Tuesday, August 22, 2006
- Info on Italian Language Survival Phrases +*, dated Tuesday, August 15, 2006
- Info on Italian Language Resources +*, dated Friday, August 11, 2006
- Info on Teaching English in Italy *, dated Tuesday, August 08, 2006
- Info About On-Line Translation Services for the Italian Language *, dated Friday, August 04, 2006
- Info on Italian Proverbs/Proverbi *, dated Tuesday, July 25, 2006
- Info on Italian Language Pronunciation +*, dated Friday, July 21, 2006
- Info About Italian Language Search Engines *, dated Friday, July 14, 2006
- Info about On-Line Dictionaries for the Italian Language *, dated Tuesday, July 11, 2006
- Info on Suggested Reference Links for Learning the Italian Language +*, dated Monday, December 05, 2005
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You may wonder why I made comments on some of the above links for Thai, Swedish or some other foreign language. In the Spring, 2005, my wife and I attended a class titled, "Italian for Travelers" at Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) at the Annandale campus. In this class, there were students from several foreign countries taking this course. I had already started collecting links for Italy and as the class progress, I started another listing for Italian language links. The above list with updates was passed out to my fellow classmates. This class was taught by Sybil Haynes. When Sybil is not teaching, she leads tours to her native Italy. You may read more about these tours at Dolce Vita Adventures.
Please check back for updates because my wife and I will need to further our knowledge of the Italian language before we move there in a few years. Some of the sites mentioned above will lead you to other interesting web sites on Italy.
While most of the above sites are "free", there may be other portions of these sites that are fee based. That is why I stated that the above are suggested reference links to learning the Italian language. You have a choice and many, many options.
That's it for Monday, 5 December 2005: lunedì, 5 dicembre 2005
Today’s quote is an Italian proverb, author unknown.
"A buon intenditor poche parole."
"A good listener needs only few words."
Please read my wife's blog about our life with photographs in Italy:
Friends and Family in Italy
Going to Spain, read my new blog:
Info About, For or On Spain – a source of links About, For or On Spain for those individuals traveling or already living in Spain.