79 episodes

What’s special about this podcast for Italian learners? I’ll tell you! It combines your love for the Italian language and culture with your thirst for knowledge. All its episodes are organized into big categories (which you’ll find on my website) that go from Italian culture, society, geography, history, cinema, music, television and food to science, technology, philosophy, literature, linguistics and all the subjects we Italian students learned in school. You’ll be practically walking in an Italian student’s shoes all the way to fluency. You want to impress Italians by talking about the legend behind the origin of Panettone? About the landscape, economy and traditions of Tuscany? About the funniest Italian commercials from the eighties? About a day in the life of an ancient citizen of Pompeii? About the scientific causes of rain, snow and rainbows? Well, then this is the podcast for you! On the italianglot.com website you’ll find a transcript and exercises for each episode so you can also read the text and focus on the vocabulary.

Italianglot Podcast Carmine Albanese

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    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

What’s special about this podcast for Italian learners? I’ll tell you! It combines your love for the Italian language and culture with your thirst for knowledge. All its episodes are organized into big categories (which you’ll find on my website) that go from Italian culture, society, geography, history, cinema, music, television and food to science, technology, philosophy, literature, linguistics and all the subjects we Italian students learned in school. You’ll be practically walking in an Italian student’s shoes all the way to fluency. You want to impress Italians by talking about the legend behind the origin of Panettone? About the landscape, economy and traditions of Tuscany? About the funniest Italian commercials from the eighties? About a day in the life of an ancient citizen of Pompeii? About the scientific causes of rain, snow and rainbows? Well, then this is the podcast for you! On the italianglot.com website you’ll find a transcript and exercises for each episode so you can also read the text and focus on the vocabulary.

    79: La storia della lingua italiana – Parte 2

    79: La storia della lingua italiana – Parte 2

    La storia della lingua italiana è molto complessa. Vi racconto passo dopo passo come siamo arrivati dal Latino all’italiano che parliamo oggi.
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    • 27 min
    78: La storia della lingua italiana – Parte 1

    78: La storia della lingua italiana – Parte 1

    La storia della lingua italiana è molto complessa. Vi racconto passo dopo passo come siamo arrivati dal Latino all’italiano che parliamo oggi.
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    • 27 min
    77: Filosofia – Il mondo cambia o resta uguale?

    77: Filosofia – Il mondo cambia o resta uguale?

    Il mondo cambia o resta uguale? Oggi vedremo a quali conclusioni sono giunti Eraclito e Parmenide, due filosofi che hanno dato una risposta a questa domanda.
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    76: Mappe mentali

    76: Mappe mentali

    Le mappe mentali possono aiutarti a migliorare il tuo italiano, ma anche tantissimi aspetti della tua vita. Cosa sono, come funzionano e perché funzionano?
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    • 41 min
    75: A muso duro

    75: A muso duro

    Il film A muso duro racconta la vera storia dell’italiano che creò le Paralimpiadi. Ho imparato molto da questo film e volevo condividerlo con voi.
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    • 36 min
    74: Le Marche

    74: Le Marche

    Dove si trovano le Marche? Com’è il paesaggio, il clima, l'economia, la gastronomia? E cosa potete visitare in questa regione?
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Lots of pertinent information with grammar inclused in an easy to digest way. I love that he teaches language across multiple platforms, IG, YouTube, and podcasts. I can absorb it in multiple ways which is important for language learning. I also bought all his books. They come digitally but I’m old school and wish they were paperback. I realize digital is more environmental and economical so I can forgive it, however. You’ve made the right choice to follow this podcast.

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