Today is the day you've been waiting for!
After an entire month learning Italian, I finally opened my mouth and spoke Italian for the first time.
In today's video, you'll see the results!
What you'll see is a compilation of five conversations in Italian – one conversation from every day last week, presented in chronological order.
(Huge thanks to Martina for putting up with me for an entire week!)
I'm going to resist the temptation to comment on how I think I did … I'll save that for next week!
Instead, I'll just suggest you consider two things as you watch:
To read more about how I've been studying, the materials I've been using, and to go back through all the previous project updates, please visit Italian Mission Control.
To be honest, I was equally curious to see what would happen.
After all, the study method I used was totally new for me – a strict “input only” diet.
In other words, I spent the entire first month listening and reading to Italian:
So, the obvious question was…
Would I actually be able to speak the language? Or would I simply stumble horribly over every word?
Judge for yourself…
And see you next week for more — after all, there are still two months of the project left, including a trip to Italy to be officially tested!
Please leave your comments and questions below! Also, don't forget that I'm keeping a record of all the resources I've been using to learn Italian in the project homepage: Mission Control.
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