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The cost of Italian lessons per hour in Belfast is roughly £16.
The price of Italian lessons will vary depending on:
97% of our tutors on Superprof give their first Italian lesson for free.
There are currently 17 teachers available to give Italian lessons in Belfast and the surrounding areas.
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Many of our Italian instructors also offer private online tuition. In fact, about 80% of the private tutors across our platform give italian lessons via webcam.
To find available lessons online, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available instructors offering online courses in your desired subject.
Online courses via webcam offer you more advantages. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.
From a sample of 3 ratings, students scored their Italian tutors an average of 5.0 out of five.
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Learning to speak Italian fluently has a number of benefits. The ability to communicate in another language will open up many doors to you in terms of employment and travel.
Other benefits of learning to speak a foreign language include increased mental flexibility and improved cognitive skills.
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Italian is one of the romance languages, and as such, can be counted among the most beautiful-sounding languages out there.
That, for some, is reason enough to study the language.
In popular culture, the Italian language is often associated with grand romantic gestures, smooth Italian love interests in shows, and much more besides.
However, there’s another layer to the Italian language, which if you can get past the beginner level, can be immensely rewarding.
Italian is a rhythmic language, at times musical in nature. That’s part of the allure, and it’s understandable why so many would go through the challenges of learning grammar and vocabulary to speak it.
While the language might not be as widely spoken as French, Spanish, or English, Italian has a rich history, originating from the language once spoken in the mighty Roman empire.
If you pick up Italian, you’ll be able to communicate with millions more people and access the varied culture of the language, including great works such as Dante’s Comedy, and the writing of deeply influential Renaissance figures.
The language is a gateway to the country that is built upon Roman foundations. Walking through the streets of Rome is a different experience when you can decipher the words around you that fill the air.
It’ll feel as if you have a superpower, a direct connection to the country.
Every guided tour will be so much more educational if you’re able to hear it in the guide’s native language. Every ‘gelato’ you order will taste that much sweeter knowing that you asked for it in Italian. Every ‘cafe con latte’ or espresso you drink will fill you with energy and make you feel like you’re an Italian at heart.
With any foreign language, tutorship is all but essential.
You can go it alone, and some do, but the journey is much more difficult and takes much longer this way.
The main difficulty of assuming all the responsibility of learning a new language for yourself is finding reserves of motivation when you’re struggling to make any kind of progress. It’s also challenging to find the right learning materials and structure your learning when all you have is the internet and textbooks to help you out.
When you work with a tutor, your chances of reaching proficiency in the language increase.
Why? Because you now have access to an extensive database of knowledge that you can tap into at any point. You have personalised feedback which factors into your strengths and weaknesses and allows you to get better faster. You have someone on hand to keep you accountable so that you stay with the language for a long time rather than giving up at the first hurdle.
Giving up at the first hurdle also happens to be one of the biggest challenges of learning Italian.
When you first decide to learn a new language, you may have ideas in your mind of how quickly you will make progress and reach a certain level of competency. Maybe, you think, you’ll be able to have conversations with native speakers within a few weeks or months.
However, these expectations can sometimes prove overbearing and lead to rapid burnout.
If you’re stuck with a particular grammatical concept, for example, and you feel like your goal of conversational fluency is far away, then what’s to keep you motivated during these frustrating moments that are inevitable?
To stay motivated with a language, it’s important to connect to the culture that surrounds it and the reasons you have for learning it.
Can you watch some Italian TV or listen to some Italian music to aid your learning? If so, you should, since this will feed your motivation and help you realise that it isn’t all just vocabulary and grammar.
With Superprof, you can find an Italian tutor in the Belfast area and beyond.
In fact, you can work with any tutors on the website online, so you can figure out the best setup for you.
Try a free taster class with one of the Superprof tutors before you decide which one to go with, that way you can come to an informed decision without investing your hard-earned cash.