These cover a wide variety of Italian topics, including the numbers in Italian, Italian days, Italian greetings and the months in Italian. Listen to and copy the native speech, and learn with flashcards.
Learn hundreds of Italian holiday phrases covering topics from greetings to travel. They all have audio (recorded by a native speaker with a neutral accent), and tests using flashcards.
This is a big one isn't it. Everyone wants to obtain it. But what does fluency mean anyway? The only way to become fluent in any language is hard work, and time. You don't need to pay to become fluent in Italian. You don't need to buy a course. There is a lot of quality content available for free.
As well as the flashcards for the Italian phrases on the right, there are additional learning games for colours, days, fruit, months, numbers and vegetables.
Test whether you know the difference between a pera and mela, cetriolo from a pomodoro, can count from uno to dieci and know nero from bianco.
Learn five hundred of the most common italian words used in day to day speech. The audio was recorded by a native Italian speaker with no regional accent.
Use the word games to practice and increase your Italian vocabulary.
Learn how to speak Italian: A practical guide.
Learn conversational sentences in Italian and other languages.
Reading in Italian. Learn vocabulary through reading.
A lot of quality Italian content available for free, such as these five hundred conversational Italian Sentences covering essential vocabulary, or the frequently used words in spoken Italian on Surface languages.
ItalianPod101.com is one of the best audio based language learning courses around. It has a free trial.
Italian automatico. A great site (with mainly free) as well as paid resources for intermediate Italian language learners. Also with a large number of (entertaining) videos on youtube. Many of these have subtitles.