Talking on the phone can represent the ultimate challenge for someone learning a foreign language. In fact, on the phone, you only rely on tone of voice and the words spoken, and you don’t have body language to assist you in understanding.
That’s why talking on the phone in Italian is indispensable (if you ever need to do it in real life) and a great exercise to dramatically improve your knowledge of the language.
This time, let’s get the phone ringing and practice two great, “real-life” phone conversations in Italian. The two phone conversations you’re about to hear, one informal and the other formal, will greatly improve your vocabulary, comprehension of Italian, and understanding of Italian culture.