Parlare é la chiave per imparare
Speaking is the key to learning
Getting ready for a trip to Italy, have some Italian relatives or simply love the language?
You’re in the right place!
With our experienced teachers, you will get all of the benefits of taking live lessons right from the comfort of your home and from anywhere in the world!
Our live online lessons are 100% personalized based on our students’ specific needs and goals. We believe that the best way to learn a language, second to living in the country, is by conversing in a realistic fashion. If you have an upcoming trip to Italy and you’re trying to learn the basics to be able to order your own food and call your own taxi, we will re-create those environments by doing fun skits to get you comfortable in a variety of situations. Or maybe you’re taking an Italian class in school and need help with the grammar understanding. No matter what your background and goals are, we are here to help you learn this beautiful language!
Time for your free 20-minute lesson! What do you say?
1 hour Lesson Packages
45 minutes Lesson Packages
30 minutes Lesson Packages
recommended for children under the age of 10
If you are not satisfied or decide to interrupt lessons at any point, the remaining lessons purchased are 100% refundable.
Your happiness is our strength and your progress is our success!
What Our Students Say
Dr. Laura Roselle started learning Italian in October of 2017 because of her Italian family history and her love for the country. She had been studying on her own for a little while but soon realized she needed someone to converse with and understand the grammar better. In just one year, Laura became fluent and was able to have advanced conversations on her travels to Italy in the summer of 2018. Upon request, LBR (or we?) arranged for her tours to be in Italian and she was able to fully understand the history of Rome in a foreign language! When we asked Laura what her method of study is, she told us that our conversation-heavy lessons made the world of a difference and she was able to practice what she learned in her free time, dedicating one hour a day to this mission. Her fluency goes beyond having simple conversations; she can articulate and explain very intricate topics such as her Italian family history and her career.
Laura is a Professor of Political Science at Elon University, NC but she’s also a passionate entrepreneur with a desire of helping people discover, record and preserve their family history for generations to come.
Hanna started taking Italian lessons just at the beginning of August in preparation for her upcoming 10-month Rotary Youth Exchange in a high school in Brescia, Italy. In just a month, with her dedication and many hours of studying outside of class, Hanna learned a great deal of Italian and is now ready to pack her bags for this new adventure.
“Why Italy?” we asked. “Because it is one of the most beautiful places on earth and the language and culture are so intriguing!” she responded.
Hanna graduated in May of 2018 from Jefferson City High School, Missouri and plans to attend the University of Arkansas upon her return pursuing a degree in mathematics or international business.
Robert started taking Italian lessons in March of 2017 and was one of my very first students! From the very beginning I loved his passion for Italian art and architecture and his enthusiasm to learn the language. He was very quick to learn and because of his excitement, I often had to remind him that it was okay to slow down and use simple sentences. However, he is an overachiever and has always tried to convey everything in Italian… and if he didn’t know a word he’d make it up! We still break out laughing when Bob comes up with a new neologism. After countless hours of dedications, not just during our lessons but on his own, and two short trips to Firenze, Bob has reached an amazing level of Italian being able to describe his crazy adventures as well as understanding what it’s been said to him.
Robert works in finance, currently in California, and is planning to take some extended time off to travel all across Italy.