It's not a Language Podcast, It's Entertainment

An analysis of how became more an experience than simply an exercise in learning Italian.
Heather Green

A few months before heading off to Italy for vacation, my boyfriend and I started listening to to, well, learn Italian. It was more of an experience than I anticipated. Maybe that's because when you spend time listening to someone chatting in your ears, they somehow become a little bit of a part of your life. And I think that's even truer with podcasts than with other radio shows because the tone usually is more intimate.

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