Our Italian language services in New York City
Our Italian language instructors teach private Italian language classes and language lessons in the New York City area. We serve the population in and around New York City with Italian language instruction. Private Italian language lessons are taught to individuals and small groups. We also offer our Italian language services to businesses and corporations. The Italian classes are fun, stress free and taught mainly by native Italian instructors who teach these Italian language programs to adults, families, schools, small and large groups, businesses and corporations in and around New York City. Our Italian tutors serve the community of New York City seven days per week. Weekend Italian classes are a good alternative to weekday classes and allow students with busy schedules to learn Italian in their free time. If you wish to take private Italian language instruction in New York City, please contact us.
The Italian language is one of the most popular and revered languages in the world. It is spoken as an official language in Italy, but is also widely spoken in Croatia, Switzerland, Malta, and Vatican City. The Italian language is closely associated with arts and culture in Europe, and was at one time one of the most widely spoken second languages. It was commonly used both in business and politics throughout Europe. Today, Europeans and Americans alike often wish to learn Italian so that they can enjoy the great works of Italian Literature and to be able to visit Italy and communicate with the locals, since Italy is a popular European tourist destination. Interestingly enough, Italian is the closest language to Latin, using most of the original Latin vocabulary. Being a Romance language, it is also closely related to other European languages, such as French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Because English and Italian are both Indo-European languages, there are many similarities that can be found between the two vocabularies: essentially, every English word that has its roots in Latin is similar to its Italian cognate. However, a student of Italian must learn vocabulary, grammar, syntax, pronunciation, word order, and expressions, all of which can be quite challenging. As a result, working with a one-on-one Italian tutor can be a great advantage for a student of Italian at any level.