Learning a new language is terrifying. All the pronunciation rules you know and love in English are entirely irrelevant in this new language, its like being in primary school all over again.
Right now Sam and I are preparing for a trip to Israel, so naturally we are trying to learn some key words – I’m talking super basic stuff here, okay (hello, goodbye, food, water, bathroom, coffee) basics. Granted Hebrew might be a little extra hard because of the different characters, but I AM TERRIBLE AT IT. My only saving grace was a short phonetic guide sounding out each syllable so I might have a chance and getting close to saying the word correctly.
This is the second phonetic guide I am posting for you, highlighting every Italian persons favorite thing…FOOD! I also threw in some basic phrases for you at the end. My last post highlighted Greetings, Directions, Shopping, and Numbers. Before that, I wrote out a basic guide to Italian pronunciation . I promise this will be the last blog post that feels like a classroom, I just wish that there were more resources for me right now to learn Hebrew, so I figured maybe somebody wants this for Italian.