How to learn Italian with movies
Do you feel frustrated when you listen to fast-speaking Italians?⠀ ⠀ Have you already watched movies to practice Italian, but you still struggle to understand words and (idiomatic) expressions?⠀ Discover step by step how to use your favorite films and TV series to boost your understanding of spoken Italian.⠀
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Does a teacher have to correct every mistake I make in Italian?
Does a teacher have to correct every mistake I make in Italian? No, doing so the teacher is just evaluating you. He/she is taking care of your symptoms (which are only 5% of your problem) and not of the cause. You'll make the same mistake again 5 minutes later. Your Italian is not something that can be fixed like a bike by a mechanic. What you need are effective methods for long-term learning and for eventually being able to self-correct.
The more I speak in Italian, the more my Italian will improve?
No, if that's the only thing you do. Speaking is output. Before you always need input. Input in the form of books (not textbooks), stories, podcasts, movies / videos, comics, etc. You can't talk about music in Italian, if you've never read or listened to anything on that subject in Italian. Listen and read and then speak. Keep calm and repeat endlessly those steps.
What kind of basic mindset should I adopt in order to learn Italian?
Adopt the mindset of acquiring interesting information and of being entertained in Italian. Don't adopt the mindset of having to study Italian. Focus more on the content and less on the language itself. Ask yourself: what do I want to learn or what do I want to experience through Italian?