Here are 33 ways to spend 15 minutes learning Italian today.
2.) Make a notebook entry on Italki.
3.) Record a Speak Italian vlog.
4.) Listen to a random 30 Minute Italian Podcast episode.
5.) Read an article from this Italian website.
6.) Watch a quick clip of an Italian soap opera.
7.) Sing along with an Italian song.
8.) Translate Italian song lyrics.
9.) Check out Duolingo for Italian.
10.) Listen to a random episode from the Italianpod101 podcast.
11.) Go search for a gorgeous new language partner on Italki.
12.) Go hire a community tutor on Italki.
13.) Read some jokes on this website.
14.) Buy a book from Amazon.it (and cry about the shipping charges).
15.) Watch a Speak Italian vlog (and laugh at all of my mistakes).
16.) Watch some Italian movie trailers.
17.) Read and translate an Italian recipe. (And then cook it later and send me a picture!)
18.) Look at yourself in the mirror and say “Sono Italiano/a” for the full fifteen minutes.
19.) Label everything in your kitchen with the Italian word with Post-It Notes.
20.) Designate a room in your house to Italian and spend fifteen minutes just in that room thinking in Italian.
21.) Send someone in Italy a postcard using Postcrossing.
22.) Read a blog post from Diario di una Studentessa Matta and see why she proclaims herself as a crazy student.
23.) Read a blog post on an Italian book with a heavy emphasis on dialects from Italicissima.
24.) Watch a Ted talk with the Italian transcript.
25.) See if you could hang with an educational course in Italian on the Oil Project.
27.) Add some Italian movies to your Netflix queue and schedule time to watch one in your calendar.
28.) Read an excerpt of Dianne Hale’s book La Bella Lingua in Italian.
29.) Do some exercise…in Italian.
30.) Do a free Italian course on Mango Languages.
32.) Learn some new Italian slang.
33.) Read an article about learning languages in Italian and English on The Polyglot Dream.