First of all it would be good by dividing the lessons in sections:
-first 15 minutes in learning new vocabularies;
-30 minutes of grammar;
-finally 15 minutes of conversations of what we learnt during the lesson.
Then I think that the best way to learn a language concerns also the understanding of culture and history of the country. So if you are interested I can also give you some cultural and historical backgrounds of Italy in order to make the lessons more interesting.
I graduated in Economics and Social Sciences in Bocconi University, Milan.
I am studying International management at University of Adelaide; I will stay in Adelaide until September 2019.
As mothertongue I could really teach you very well the Italian language. Furthermore my mum is a teacher of italian grammar and literature at secondary school so she focused me a lot on the importance in learning well Italian language since when I was a child.
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