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What are the best apps to practice Italian?

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    Arthur Smith
    Written on January 28, 2017
    "I want to keep current with the skills needed in my workplace and also wanted to work on my soft skills to make better progress at work. I found Udemy very helpful. With a vast range of course available which are good on my pocket, I can invest my time at my convenience to progress in my career."
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      Ruth Reynolds
      Written on October 19, 2017
      "I've been able to learn beginner Italian. The app makes it fun by using images that people of any age can relate to. I've been able to learn words in just a few minutes between breaks at work. That's the best benefit - use it when you want, where you want."
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      Ruth Reynolds
      Written on October 19, 2017
      "I've been able to learn beginner Italian. The app makes it fun by using images that people of any age can relate to. I've been able to learn words in just a few minutes between breaks at work. That's the best benefit - use it when you want, where you want."
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      Lisa Huang
      Written on November 4, 2017
      "I really like this app to practice new words in Italian. I would recommend this fun app to friends."
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      Helen Edwards
      Written on October 21, 2017
      "Babbel does not make you babble, it lets you learn many languages among them Italian! I know what you're thinking, have you ever met anyone who's actually learned a language from one of these? Well today you have, me! I learned Italian from this super fast, and super easy!"
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      Helen Edwards
      Written on October 21, 2017
      "Babbel does not make you babble, it lets you learn many languages among them Italian! I know what you're thinking, have you ever met anyone who's actually learned a language from one of these? Well today you have, me! I learned Italian from this super fast, and super easy!"
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      Divya Patil
      Written on October 20, 2017
      "Learning a language is difficult without guidance, whether its a person or not. Apps are a great tool to reinforce languages as you learn them."
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      Apps

      Android, iOS

      Free - with in-app purchases

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      Tyler Guerrero
      Written on October 23, 2017
      "My boss was including me on a tip to the old country, and I couldn't pass it up. Too bad I couldn't speak a word of Italian. Luckily I used this and in a few weeks I was rolling my r's and making hand gestures like a Godfather type of guy, but it was actually me. Highly recommend."
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      Tyler Guerrero
      Written on October 23, 2017
      "My boss was including me on a tip to the old country, and I couldn't pass it up. Too bad I couldn't speak a word of Italian. Luckily I used this and in a few weeks I was rolling my r's and making hand gestures like a Godfather type of guy, but it was actually me. Highly recommend."
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      Ryan Lynch
      Written on November 8, 2017
      "I am currently learning Spanish in school and this app is making it way easier for me (helping me answer a lot of questions during class). Great app, I definitely recommend people who want to learn other languages to use this app."
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      Aditya Gavde
      Written on April 15, 2018
      "Rosetta stone is a fantastic application if you want to learn a new language but are embarrassed about taking a course with other people. I have anxiety about going back to school but I've found that an app like this allows me to learn on my own time.. on my couch. This creates a better learning environment for me as it's familiar and comfortable. Also, I get a little embarrassed with answering in class, especially in a language I'm not comfortable with."
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      Aditya Gavde
      Written on April 15, 2018
      "Rosetta stone is a fantastic application if you want to learn a new language but are embarrassed about taking a course with other people. I have anxiety about going back to school but I've found that an app like this allows me to learn on my own time.. on my couch. This creates a better learning environment for me as it's familiar and comfortable. Also, I get a little embarrassed with answering in class, especially in a language I'm not comfortable with."

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    Best apps to practice Italian
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Duolingo Apps 8 Free
    2 Babbel Apps 3 Free
    3 busuu Apps 3 Free
    4 Rosetta Stone Apps 0 Paid
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