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basically i know 2 languages. plus a few things in arabic.

i wanna learn italian because my mothers side are fluent in it since they spent some time there and if i ever go on a holiday 'year abroad' during my degree/gap year or after degree it'd be cool to be fluent in it.

im thinking duolingo? will that be enough or do i need to other things.

i can speak to my mum when practising and watch movies in italian if that helps?
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basically i know 2 languages. plus a few things in arabic.

i wanna learn italian because my mothers side are fluent in it since they spent some time there and if i ever go on a holiday 'year abroad' during my degree/gap year or after degree it'd be cool to be fluent in it.

im thinking duolingo? will that be enough or do i need to other things.

i can speak to my mum when practising and watch movies in italian if that helps?
I am half Spanish. I will give you an advice, combine duolingo with a grammar book (very important) . If you will practice with your mom and watch movies I can guarantee that in six months you will start to speak without thinking ! Good luck
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