The Best Italian Movies with English Subtitles on YouTube - Daily Italian Words (2023)

Watching films is a great way of learning a language. You’ll absorb a lot of vocabulary while also becoming acquainted with a story and its characters, making the learning process all the more enjoyable.

In a previous set of articles, we covered our recommendations for Italian movies to watch on Netflix but this time, we’ll be taking a look at YouTube and the films that are available to watch for free (gratuitamente) with a specific focus on those that have English subtitles (sottotitoli in inglese).

There is a good selection but it can be a bit overwhelming if you don’t know what to look for. This is why we decided to do the job for you by finding films that have decent audio and video quality, as well as working subtitles.

Important: The full length films listed below have been uploaded by third-party YouTube accounts that are not affiliated with this website in any way. We don’t have any information on how or why these films were made available, nor do we have any control over whether they will be taken down.

Table of Contents

  • How to Check for Subtitles
  • Award Winning Films
  • Italian Comedy Movies
  • Other Old Italian Movies
  • How to find Italian Films on YouTube
  • Italian Movies on Other Streaming Platforms

How to Check for Subtitles on YouTube

Some films have the English subtitles embedded into the video directly, so no further action is required on your part.

For others, you need to enable them in the YouTube player. To do so, simply click on the Subtitle/Caption button.

The Best Italian Movies with English Subtitles on YouTube - Daily Italian Words (1)

If more than one language is available, you can select English with the Settings button (gear wheel icon) just next to it.

The Best Italian Movies with English Subtitles on YouTube - Daily Italian Words (2)
The Best Italian Movies with English Subtitles on YouTube - Daily Italian Words (3)

Italian Movies on YouTube: Award Winning Films

Il Postino (The Postman)

Il Postino depicts the encounter between Chilean exiled writer Pablo Neruda and local postman Mario. Despite their different upbringings, the two become friends. It received Four Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Actor.

The film was co-written by Massimo Troisi who also plays the leading role. The Neapolitan actor was well-know in his home country for his theatre and cinema work, including the comedy Non ci resta che piangere made with Roberto Benigni. His accent is not the easiest to understand because of its notable Napolitean influence. You can see a few scenes from the film in the video below.

Sad trivia: Troisi died of a heart attack twelve hours after the end of filming Il Postino. He was only 41 years old and had already been ill for some time.

Click on the link below to open the YouTube page. You need to activate the English subtitles with the Subtitle/Caption button.

Mediterraneo (Mediterranean)

One of my favourite Italian films, Mediterraneo, tells the story of a group of Italian soldiers sent to Greece during World War II. When they realise that the enemy is long gone, they set up camp in a small village and get acquainted with the local people and their culture.

A great mix of comedy, love and hope starring many well-known Italian comedians and directed by Gabriele Salvatores, a respected indie filmmaker. The film won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language film in 1992. Below is the only English trailer I was able to find.

English subtitles are included the video, so there is no need to activate them. (If you click the button you’ll load the auto-generated Italian subtitles.)

Divorzio all’Italian (Divorce Italian Style)

This 1961 comedy-drama stars one of Italy’s most famous actors, Marcello Mastroianni. He plays Ferdinando, an impoverished noble man from Sicily, who is married to his devoted wife Roasalia but is secretly in love with his cousin Angela. Divorce still being illegal in Italy at the time, Ferdinando tries to imagine several ways to separate from his wife.

The film won an Oscar for the best original screenplay, while Mastroianni was nominated for Best Actor, and Pietro Germi for best director.

In the clip below, you can watch one of the most famous scenes where the lawyer pronounces the closing statement in court. I couldn’t find a version of this scene with English subtitles unfortunately.

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Trivia: divorce became fully legal (legale) in Italy in December 1970. In 1974, a referendum introduced by the anti-divorce movement was held in the hope of withdrawing the new law, but 59.3% voted against it.

Click the dedicated button on the player to activate the English subtitles.

La Classe Operaia Va in Paradiso (The Working Class Goes to Heaven)

Ludovico “Lulù” is a factory worker who works extra hours to provide for two families and his own spending. Praised by the bosses and disliked by his co-workers, Lulù changes his view on working conditions after he accidentally cuts his finger on the job.

The film generated a lot of controversy because of its criticism of labour unions. But as director Elio Petri describes:

Con il mio film sono stati polemici tutti, sindacalisti, studenti di sinistra, intellettuali, dirigenti comunisti, maoisti. Ciascuno avrebbe voluto un’opera che sostenesse le proprie ragioni: invece questo è un film sulla classe operaia.

Everybody has been critical of my film, union officials, left wing students, intellectuals, communists executives, maoists. Each one of them would have wanted a film that would support their own motives. Instead this film is about the working class.

Here is a scene where Lulù speaks in front of his factory colleagues.

Controversy didn’t stop the film from winning the Palme d’Or (Golden Palm) at the 1972 Cannes Film Festival, one of the highest honours a feature film can receive on an international level.

Remember to activate the subtitles when starting the video.

8½ – Otto e mezzo (Eight and a half)

Federico Fellini is considered one of the most important directors to have lived, not just in Italy but worldwide. One of his most highly praised masterpieces is , the story of Italian film director Guido Anselmi (played by Marcello Mastroianni), who is lacking inspiration to finish his new science fiction movie.

Best Foreign Language film at the 1963 Academy Award, Otto e mezzo received virtually unanimous acclaim and is considered one of the greatest films of all time. Below you can watch a recent trailer made for the remastered version.

Trivia: otto e mezzo (eight and a half) is the number of films that Fellini had directed up until then: eight features directed by him alone plus one co-directed with Alberto Lattuada.

You’ll need to activate the English subtitles on this one too.

La Strada (The Road)

Another highly praised film by Federico Fellini, starring his wife Giulietta Masina who plays a young woman named Gelsomina. After her sister dies, she is sold by her mother to the same street performer (Anthony Quinn) her sister ran away with a year earlier. A poetic journey and one of the director’s most sentimental films.

Below is an English trailer made for the restored version.

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Fellini won another Oscar for Best Foreign Language film, as well as the Silver Lion at the International Venice Film Festival.

There are two subtitles to choose from: English and English (United Kingdom). The latter doesn’t seem to be synced properly, so choose English.

Italian Comedy Movies on YouTube

Made in Italy: Ciao Brother

This 2016 comedy is the most recent film I found. A film debut for the two leading actors (famous for their comedy sketches on TV), it depicts the story of a forty-year-old thief, who is forced to flee to Los Angeles and attempts to scam the son of a wealthy entrepreneur by claiming to be his lost brother.

Here is the trailer.

You can activate the English subtitles with the dedicated button on the YouTube player.

Poliziotto Superpiù (Super Fuzz)

I remember watching this simple feel-good movie many times when I was a kid. (I would turn the TV on every time the names Terence Hill or Bud Spencer were in the credits.) In this comedy fantasy, Hill leads on his own as a Miami cop that acquires superpowers after a nuclear explosion. Ernest Borgnine co-stars as his mentor Sergeant Dunlop.

I found the English trailer below (with the title Supersnooper which comes from the main theme song).

Remember to activate the subtitles when watching the film via the link below.

Segni Particolari: Bellissimo (Distinguishing Features: Beautiful)

This comedy was a big hit at the Italian box office, grossing more 3.4 billion lire (Italy’s old currency before the euro). The story revolves around Mattia, a famous writer and womaniser about to get married. However, the day before the wedding, he confesses to a priest that he is in love with another younger woman.

I wasn’t able to find a short scene with English subtitles. The clip below is the beginning of the film, with the credits starting after Mattia’s conversation with the priest. In this first scene he doesn’t tell him about the marriage, but he says that the cause of his sins are women, and he doesn’t understand why they like him so much.

The film stars Adriano Celentano, who is best known as one of the most talented and controversial songwriters in his home country. But Celentano has done much more such as create his own TV shows, and star in a long series of comedies including this one.

The subtitles are embedded in the video so no need to activate them.

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Operazione San Gennaro (Treasure of San Gennaro)

This 1966 Italian comedy stars Totò, one of the most famous Italian comedians, as well as other important actors such as Nino Manfredi. It is about an American criminal and his girlfriend who partner with locals to rob the treasure of San Gennaro in Naples.

The Best Italian Movies with English Subtitles on YouTube - Daily Italian Words (4)

Subtitles are included in the film directly, so no need for further action.

Totò, Peppino e la… Malafemmina (Totò, Peppino, and the Hussy)

One of the most successful films of Neapolitan comedian Totò, it was the top grossing movie in 1956. It contains some of the most famous scenes from the duo Totò and Peppino (actor Peppino De Filippo), such as the dictation of a letter full of grammatical errors below.

The story is about the Caponi brothers. When they learn that their sister’s son left school to be with a ballet dancer in Milan, they travel north to bring him back.

You need to activate the subtitles with the Subtitle/Caption CC button.

Miseria e Nobiltà (Poverty and Nobility)

A Marquis’ son decides to ask the daughter of a simple cook to marry him. Because his parents do not agree to this, he hires two poor men and asks them to pretend to be the girl’s aristocrats parents. As you can imagine, things go terribly wrong!

I couldn’t find extracts with English subtitles, but here is a funny scene with not a lot of dialogue, where much of the comedy comes from the actors’ movements.

Another film starring Totò and this time one of Italy’s most famous actresses, Sofia Loren. The film is an adaptation of the famous Italian comedy of the same name.

Remember to click the button to activate the subtitles.

Other Old Italian Movies on YouTube

La Donna della Domenica (Sunday Woman)

Based on the novel of the same name, it stars Marcello Mastroianni and French actor Jean-Louis Trintignant. While investigating the murder of an ambiguous architect, police commissioner Santamaria is led to a woman that he initially suspects but then falls in love with.

I wasn’t able to find a short clip with subtitles, but here is a preview of the film.

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The music is composed by legendary musician Ennio Morricone (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon a Time in America, etc.).

Subtitles are available once activated with the dedicated button in the player.

Il Magnifico Avventuriero (The Magnificent Adventurer)

A 1963 adventure film about a sculptor and ladies’ man who flee to Florence after stealing the gold necessary to finish his art work. On his way, he meets the count Frangipani and falls in love with his wife, while also pursuing other female encounters. Loosely based on the real life of artist Benvenuto Cellini.

The Best Italian Movies with English Subtitles on YouTube - Daily Italian Words (5)

The subtitles are included in the main video, so no need to enable them.

Detenuto in Attesa di Giudizio (In Prison Awaiting Trial)

This Italian drama made in 1971 stars Alberto Sordi, one of Italy’s most famous actors, who won the Silver Bear for this performance at the Berlin Film Festival. Sordi plays a respected family man who is arrested without any explanation when he crosses the Italian border.

Here as well I couldn’t find a clip with English subtitles, but the full film has them.

Remember to activate the captions.

How to find Italian Films to Watch on YouTube

Nothing surprising, just type italian movies with english subtitles, or italian movies eng sub into the search bar. Yep, it is that simple. Of course you might be a bit overwhelmed by the results if you don’t know any of the films, so that’s why our article exists! You may also find films that have poor image quality or sound, and sometimes they even look like they’ve been recorded off a TV screen, so it is a bit hit and miss!

As I said at the beginning, I don’t know what the copyright situation is for this films, so they might be taken down at some point, and maybe new ones will be uploaded as well.

That said, most of the films I included in my list come from the channel Films&Clips, and they claim the movies are available for free legally. Given the vast selection, it looks like it’s a legitimate channel which is great news for you. You can find more films than the ones I’ve listed here, but some may not always have English subtitles, while others are Italian B-Movies (horror and sex comedies mostly).

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Movies made in Italy.

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FAQs

How can I watch Italian movies online? ›

If you want to watch Italian films at home or on your own device, you are bound to have Netflix or Amazon Prime. There is a fairly large selection of (free) Italian movies.

Does Netflix have any Italian movies? ›

With the help of travel bloggers, I have compiled a list of 13 Italian movies on Netflix (or movies set in Italy on Netflix) that are worth watching. From Italian comedies to love stories and romance to Italian gangster movies, there's something here for everyone.

Are movies in Italian cinemas dubbed? ›

Even Italian films were dubbed to preserve a high level of audio fidelity and diction into the 1970s, but the practice has tapered down as on-set recording technology has improved. Italian audiences since the 1930s have thus become accustomed to watching foreign films and TV shows dubbed in Italian.

Where can I find Italian movies? ›

With 20% more than any other site, Amazon is the best site for streaming Italian movies. If you use Amazon prime, most of them are included.

Where can I watch series in Italian? ›

If you are looking for TV Shows Italians watch nationwide, the main tv broadcasting companies in Italy are Rai and Mediaset, who offer live or on demand content for free on RaiPlay and on MediasetPlay. You'd also be surprised to know how many Italian TV Shows are available in full or partially on Youtube.

Can I watch Amazon Prime in Italian? ›

The PrimeVideo.com website and Prime Video app user interface are available in multiple languages. Follow the instructions below to select your preferred language settings. On the PrimeVideo.com website: Go to the Account and Settings page.

How Much Is Netflix a month in Italy? ›

How much does Netflix cost? Watch Netflix on your smartphone, tablet, Smart TV, laptop, or streaming device, all for one fixed monthly fee. Plans range from USD9.99 to USD19.99 a month.

What should I watch on Netflix Italy? ›

Italian Movies & TV
  • 44 Cats.
  • Winx Club.
  • Gormiti.
  • Medici.
  • Suburra: Blood on Rome.
  • DI4RIES.
  • Baby.
  • Devotion, a Story of Love and Desire.

Are movies in Italy in Italian? ›

This is partially because of the language barrier (most films in Italy, especially big American blockbusters, are dubbed from English to Italian) and also because you're probably too busy seeing the sights.

Who invented dubbing? ›

Dubbing as we know it is generally reckoned to have started around 1930. The film generally credited with pioneering sound mixing is Rouben Mamoulian's Applause. Mamoulian experimented with editing all the sound on two interlocked 35mm tracks which was really the beginning of standard film tracklaying/dubbing practice.

Why is everything dubbed Italy? ›

In that period, Italian emigrants in the United States were recruited by American studios to dub American movies, to then send them to the Italian public. Dubbing was necessary to make foreign movies available in Italy: subtitles, the easiest technique to translate movies, could not be read by illiterate people.

Is Italian hard to learn? ›

The Foreign Service Institute (FSI) considers Italian to be one of the easiest languages to learn. Indeed, it is a lot faster language for monolingual English speakers to learn than for example Russian and Chinese. Russian might take nearly twice as many classroom hours as Italian to reach the same level of fluency.

How do I learn Italian? ›

What is the best way to learn Italian?
  1. Free online app – Duolingo.
  2. Online Courses.
  3. Listen to podcasts.
  4. Watch YouTube videos.
  5. Use Italian language books.
  6. Use flash cards.
  7. Face to face course.
  8. Go to Italy!
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Does Netflix have Italian shows? ›

From romantic Italian films to murder mysteries, watching Italian shows on Netflix can not only be entertaining but also a proactive learning experience! From beginners to advanced, here are the most binge-worthy Italian Netflix series.

Can you learn Italian by watching TV? ›

If you push yourself, watching a TV show can be like taking an Italian class. You can make a goal of how many vocabulary words you want to learn per episode, then keep a vocab list to study later. Jotting down new words and phrases helps you remember both how they're pronounced and how they're written.

Does Rai Italia have English subtitles? ›

Rai Italia has announced that the audiovisual productions with the purpose of information or entertainment, intended for the Italian communities abroad (including the "L'Italia con Voi" program), will be broadcast in Italian with English subtitles.

Does RaiPlay have English subtitles? ›

Unfortunately, the answer is no. Subtitles are not available on RaiPlay.

Is Prime in Italy? ›

Membership to Prime is available at a cost of €4.99 a month (or €36 a year) and new members can enjoy all of Prime's benefits by signing up for a free 30-day trial at www.amazon.it/prime.

Which country has Prime Video? ›

Amazon Prime Video or simply Prime Video, is an American subscription video on-demand over-the-top streaming and rental service of Amazon offered as a standalone service or as part of Amazon's Prime subscription.

How much does Amazon Prime cost in Italy? ›

In Italy the price will rise from 36 euros to 49.90 euros, and in Spain it will go up from 36 euros to 49.90 euros, a 39% increase in both countries.

Which country has free Netflix? ›

Netflix Free Subscription: One of the biggest and most popular streaming platforms in the world, Netflix, has announced to offer a free subscription of its mobile plan in Kenya. With this, users in the market will get access to about a quarter of TV shows and movies streaming on the platform.

How can I get Netflix free? ›

It's not possible to get a Netflix account for free for longer than one month. To get a free account for a month, sign up for a free trial with an email account and payment option that isn't already registered to another account.

Which country Netflix is best? ›

SurfShark found that Netflix in the United States has the most titles overall—5,879 movies and shows—while Canada has the biggest catalog of movies specifically, with 4,043 films.

Are any Disney movies set in Italy? ›

The international release of Luca, the first Disney and Pixar film to be set in Italy.

How many movies were filmed in Italy? ›

Throughout 2021, a total of 153 films made in Italy were released in that European country, including co-productions.

Where was the movie made in Italy made? ›

Aug. 9, 2020 Made in Italy was shot on-location in the Tuscany countryside of Monticchiello in the Pienza municipality of the Val d'Orcia. The film is produced with the help of the Toscana Film Commission.

Is Netflix different in Italy? ›

While Italians have access to plenty of local culture, they (and US citizens visiting Italy) don't have access to American Netflix “culture”. Although Netflix is available in Italy, the local flavor of the streaming service lacks much of the content that's found on the American version of the streamer.

How can I learn Italian Netflix? ›

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How do I get Netflix in Italy? ›

How to Get Italian Subtitles and Audio on Netflix
  1. Log in to your Netflix account from an internet browser. ...
  2. Go to Manage Profiles. ...
  3. Select the profile for which you wish to change the language. ...
  4. Select Italian in the Language drop down menu. ...
  5. A second method to change the language setting.
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What is the Hollywood of Italy? ›

Hollywood on the Tiber is a phrase used to describe the period in the 1950s and 1960s when the Italian capital of Rome emerged as a major location for international filmmaking attracting many foreign productions to the Cinecittà studios.

What is the highest grossing film in Italy? ›

The following is a list of the highest-grossing films in Italy. The list is topped by James Cameron's Avatar (2009) which surpassed his Titanic (1997) to take the local record. The highest-grossing Italian film is Quo Vado? (2016) starring Checco Zalone and directed by Gennaro Nunziante.

Do Italian movie theaters play movies in English? ›

The cinema showing movies in English most often is the city-centre Nuovo Olimpia, off Via del Corso, while movie theatres showing English-language films on a regular basis include Intrastevere near Piazza Trilussa, the indepedent Farnese Persol in Campo de' Fiori, Lux in the capital's Trieste suburb, the tiny Cinema ...

What is dub in slang? ›

Dub has many meanings in English. It can variously mean “to nickname” and “to voice a film in a different language.” It can be short for double and the letter W. It can be slang for a marijuana “joint”, or $20 worth of drugs. Dub also refers to a popular genre of music derived from reggae.

Why is it called dub? ›

The use of the word dub in a recording context originated in the late 1920s with the advent of "talking pictures" and referred to adding a soundtrack to a film; it is an informal abbreviation of the word double.

Which countries prefer dubbed movies? ›

In France, Germany, Italy and Spain dubbing is the most common method of language transfer, whereas the subtitling countries include Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Greece, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, and Sweden.

Why were Italian films shot without sound? ›

'One factor was the nature of equipment they were using,' said Stephen Natanson, a young director and graduate of the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Cinecitta's film school. ' A lot of it was basically war surplus, and most cameras were so noisy it was impossible to record live sound. '

Why are movies dubbed in Italy? ›

Dubbing is the culprit. Almost all foreign films shown in Italy are dubbed into Italian before they are seen on screen. The original reason was that the majority of Italians were illiterate when foreign films were first imported into the country.

Is living in Italy safe? ›

Areas to Avoid in Italy

As a general rule, Italy is considered one of the safest countries in the world to travel in. The city with the highest crime rate in Italy is Milan. The tourist spots in larger cities are carefully patrolled, but petty crime, (pickpockets, purse snatching, etc.)

Is it cheap to live in Italy? ›

Italy is one of the cheapest countries to live in.

In fact, Italy is the 4th cheapest country in Western Europe.

Can I learn Italian in 2 years? ›

With three 60-minute lessons per week, you could likely learn Italian in 1-2 years. This method is more expensive but great for people with busy schedules. Self-study. Many people succeed at learning Italian through self-study methods, but how long that takes depends completely on you.

What does Ciccio mean in Italian? ›

ciccio m (plural cicci) (familiar) honey, sugar, pal, mate (affectionate name)

How can I become fluent in Italian fast? ›

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  2. Feed your brain. ...
  3. Make Italian your lingua franca. ...
  4. Make mistakes. ...
  5. Talk to your pet in Italian. ...
  6. Bring Italy to you. ...
  7. Build a routine.

How many words do you need to be fluent in Italian? ›

Learning those 1000 words would give you a huge head start in becoming fluent in Italian. Statistically speaking, having these 1000 words in your Italian vocabulary, would mean you would know close to 9 out of 10 words in every Italian conversation. Understanding most Italian conversations would be a breeze.

Can I watch Netflix in English in Italy? ›

Due to geo-restrictions, it's hard to access the US Netflix in Italy. However, with PureVPN, it's possible for you to access Netflix US in Italy in a matter of seconds. Instant access to US Netflix on any device. 20 Gbps VPN servers for high speed streaming.

Does Hulu have Italian movies? ›

That's the number of subscribers Hulu is said to have as of 2019. If you're a Hulu subscriber and an Italian language learner, that's even better! You're about to discover four Italian movies on Hulu that'll give you an insider glimpse of Italian culture, history and, of course, language—slang included.

How can I watch Italian cartoons? ›

YouTube is the number one place to find Italian cartoons or animated films. Sometimes they may be a bit grainy if the cartoon is old, but it is almost always easy to find the cartoons you are looking for on YouTube.

How do I find Italian movies on Netflix? ›

Most original Netflix content offers audio and subtitles in different languages, but if you want to simplify the process, even more, you can simply search for “Audio in Italian” and let Netflix do the rest.

Where can I find Italian shows on Netflix? ›

How to Get Italian Subtitles and Audio on Netflix
  1. Log in to your Netflix account from an internet browser. ...
  2. Go to Manage Profiles. ...
  3. Select the profile for which you wish to change the language. ...
  4. Select Italian in the Language drop down menu. ...
  5. A second method to change the language setting.
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Does Netflix have shows in Italian? ›

From romantic Italian films to murder mysteries, watching Italian shows on Netflix can not only be entertaining but also a proactive learning experience! From beginners to advanced, here are the most binge-worthy Italian Netflix series.

Is Pretty Little Liars on Italian Netflix? ›

pretty Little Liarson Netflix Italy the complete TV series is back in streaming: the seven seasons from Tuesday 15 March reappear in the Italian catalog.

Is Netflix different in every country? ›

Netflix is available in over 190 countries around the world. Each country has its own catalog of original and licensed TV shows and movies. The country on your account can't be changed unless you move to a new one. If you have moved recently, see Traveling or moving with Netflix for details.

Is made in Italy on Netflix UK? ›

Made in Italy is currently not on Netflix.

How can I watch Disney movies in Italy? ›

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  1. After subscribing to Disney+ and sign in to your account and play any TV show or movie.
  2. When the video starts playing, look for a little box in the top-right corner of your screen. ...
  3. The menu will give you options to choose your audio and subtitle preferences in various languages.
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Is Italian hard to learn? ›

The Foreign Service Institute (FSI) considers Italian to be one of the easiest languages to learn. Indeed, it is a lot faster language for monolingual English speakers to learn than for example Russian and Chinese. Russian might take nearly twice as many classroom hours as Italian to reach the same level of fluency.

How do I learn Italian? ›

What is the best way to learn Italian?
  1. Free online app – Duolingo.
  2. Online Courses.
  3. Listen to podcasts.
  4. Watch YouTube videos.
  5. Use Italian language books.
  6. Use flash cards.
  7. Face to face course.
  8. Go to Italy!
12 Sept 2022

How can I watch Italian cartoons? ›

YouTube is the number one place to find Italian cartoons or animated films. Sometimes they may be a bit grainy if the cartoon is old, but it is almost always easy to find the cartoons you are looking for on YouTube.

Is Netflix different in Italy? ›

While Italians have access to plenty of local culture, they (and US citizens visiting Italy) don't have access to American Netflix “culture”. Although Netflix is available in Italy, the local flavor of the streaming service lacks much of the content that's found on the American version of the streamer.

Can I watch Netflix in English in Italy? ›

Due to geo-restrictions, it's hard to access the US Netflix in Italy. However, with PureVPN, it's possible for you to access Netflix US in Italy in a matter of seconds. Instant access to US Netflix on any device. 20 Gbps VPN servers for high speed streaming.

Does Hulu have Italian movies? ›

That's the number of subscribers Hulu is said to have as of 2019. If you're a Hulu subscriber and an Italian language learner, that's even better! You're about to discover four Italian movies on Hulu that'll give you an insider glimpse of Italian culture, history and, of course, language—slang included.

Is Pretty Little Liars based on a true story? ›

Published in 2006, Pretty Little Liars launched the series and marked Sara Shepard's debut as a YA author. The novel is loosely based on Shepard's experiences growing up in a suburb of Philadelphia, although, thankfully, she says she never had a serious stalker issue.

Has Pretty Little Liars been removed from Netflix? ›

Just like Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, too, disappeared from Netflix suddenly just a few months back. All the seasons of the show have been removed from the Netflix menu in most countries, leaving all the fans puzzled and surprised.

Is scream like Pretty Little Liars? ›

The latest film Scream (2022) is the perfect pick for fans of PLL: Original Sin as both feature characters who talk about their love for horror movies and how their experiences feel just like the films that they have enjoyed. Scream (2022) is also one of the most thrilling slashers of the year.

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Name: Reed Wilderman

Birthday: 1992-06-14

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