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My name is Antonio Lucicesare.  I’m an Italian teacher and teacher trainer with nine years’ experience teaching Italian in London to both native and non-native English speakers. I currently work at King’s College London and the Italian Cultural Institute and previous experience at the University of Greenwich, Regent’s College and London Business School.  I also work as a freelance teacher for several language agencies.

I like to take a communicative approach to my teaching.  I focus on designing interactive and enjoyable lessons that help learners of all ages to improve their skills and gain confidence in using Italian for effective communication.   I am also really interested in the use of new technologies in language teaching and learning.

In addition to my love of the Italian language, I’m passionate about Italian history and culture.  I’m a particular fan of my region, Puglia , which is famed for its red earth and olive groves, rugged coasts, beautiful beaches, and wonderful food.  I organize unique, tailor-made holidays with language schools in Italy, in Puglia, in Tuscany, Rome, in Sorrento and more for my students where they can stay with an Italian family, take language classes, learn how to cook Italian specialities, see the region’s best sites or just enjoy a few lazy days on the beach!

If you’d like to get in contact with me to talk about learning Italian, or visiting Italy (Puglia , Tuscany, Sorrento or Rome..)  feel free to send me an email at

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  1. Grazie Antonio! Sono contenta che ti sia piaciuto il mio blog “learn Italian language”. Buon lavoro!

  2. I really like your blog and i really appreciate the excellent quality content you are posting here for free for your online readers. thanks peace dale tuck

  3. Ciao Antonio, mi dispiace di scriverti così in ritardo. Sono Melissa dal Blog “Diario di una Studentessa Matta”. Ho appena scoperto il messagio che mi hai lasciato in gennaio!! non so come avrei potuto perderlo! Ho appena dato un’occhiata al tuo sito e lo trovo molto bello e molto interessante. Complimenti! Non vedo l’ora di leggerlo! Ritornerò presto! Grazie per aver visitato il mio.

  4. Good points

  5. Normally I do not read post on blogs, however I would like to say that this write-up very compelled me to take a look at and do it! Your writing taste has been surprised me. Thank you, very nice post.

  6. matt laclear seo

    Good points

  7. Excellent ideas

  8. You my good friend are a genius

  9. Excellent weblog!

  10. Nicely put from a fantastic blogger

  11. Glorious blog!

  12. Thank you for a great post.

  13. Wonderful blog!

  14. Eda Conte

    i am an Italian teacher of primary school students and am in the process of developing my blog for my primary school children and came across your blog while searching for ideas and it is fantastic i wish i could achieve your standard -FANTASTICO E PROPRIO UNA MERAVIGLIA

    • Antonio

      Grazie mille, se hai bisogno di aiuto contattami.

  15. Liwei

    Hi, I have been training my tongue to pronounce the Italian sound “r”, mainly by watching youtube videos; but I still cannot make it >< could you please give me some advice?

  16. Tina

    very helpful!

  17. alberto

    Bravo Antonio!!
    Il tuo blog mi piace molto!!

  18. Un blog utilissimo che consiglierei a tutti che imparano la lingua italiana!
    Studiando italiano all’Istituto Italiano di Cultura ho imparato tanto e sono sicuro che era una delle esperienze più importanti della mia vita. Ho pubblicato un testo sul mio blog dove descrivo come ho imparato questa lingua bellissima!

    Cordiali saluti,

  19. Ninja Cookies

    We have been using this website for a while now, and have found it very helpful for our Italian course at Uni. Especially the grammar practice and learning resources. Thank you Antonio for being such a great and fun lecturer! 🙂

    Grazie mille, a presto

  20. Hey Antonio,
    I’ve been reading your blog and I think the content you post is brilliant.
    I’m a language enthusiast myself and along with some friends we’ve started a language app – VocApp. It is a flashcard mobile and website app that provides a number of innovative features, such as creating flashcards from a photo, creating flashcards with your voice, creating flashcards from a text (in just a few seconds you can make a set of words from your favourite song, e.g.
    I imagine that you must be very busy but if you were interested in testing our app (and possibly writing a short review of it if you want) I could grant you access to our language courses and paid options of our app, so that you can explore it thoroughly.
    Keep up the great work! I’ll be looking forward to hearing from you.
    All the best,

    • Antonio

      Ciao Camille,
      Sounds interesting, I will take a look, grazie!

  21. James Earnshaw-Crofts

    An excellent collection of materials and content which, as a teacher of Italian to 11-18 yr old students, I will happily try out to enrich their learning and broaden their cultural knowledge. Ottime idee Antonio, grazie, complimenti e auguri!!

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