These pages do not collect data of any kind or do any profiling.
The project “Italian after English” is not a course of Italian for Foreigners – at least, not yet. Its aim is to provide help notes in English for learners of Italian as a second/foreign language.
If you are a native speaker of English, your mother-tongue is your natural starting point. Even if you are adopting a (highly recommended!) direct approach to Italian, the structures of your language and their differences from the target language are bound to interfere.
If you are a native speaker of a non-Western-European language, being acquainted with English offers several advantages when you start learning Italian. Here are a few:
The three colours
This landing page is a loose representation of Italy's flag - the green-white-red "tricolore".
This central area will host the content pages.
The red column on the right provides direct access to tools and to reference materials. Among the tools there are an Italian/English-English/Italian dictionary and a site where you can listen to the pronunciation of words in several languages, including Italian. Both are external but open-access resources.
Credits and contacts
All the contents are freely available to anyone, provided that the source © www.gporcelli.it is cited; copying and redistributing are allowed only on a non-profit basis.
Most terms are explained in the pages themselves or in windows that can be accessed via .
For further assistance or to report problems of any kind you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Milan, October 2018