Learning to speak Italian fast and having fun is possible also as far as writing is concerned. This is an introduction to an activity which originated here at Dilit from an idea of our teacher Letizia. If you practice regularly, you can get interesting results in terms of writing ability in Italian and the correctness of what you are writing.
It’s easy: Italian Diary. Therefore, write the same way you write your own diary: what you have done during the day, a particular event, people you have met, things you have talked about…or a thought, a dream, a project, a movie you have seen, a book you are reading, … or any other thing you would write in a diary in your own tongue. The more you get familiar with the Italian writer in you, the more ideas will pop up spontaneously.
Very Important!!!!!! While you are writing, keep in mind more about conveying your ideas, rather than grammatical correctness, which you can think about later.
Let’s imagine that the first day of writing is May 1:
After a month of practicing Italian writing, go back to the previous productions (as in the framework). Take the diary of a certain day and read over and over what you have written. Take your time, slowly, word by word.
Notice! Review with lightness serenity continuity. You are doing yourself some good.
We have seen clear results after three months at least. Do it yourself to see solid results.
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