Did you enjoy your last Italian language course with us?

If you have reached the Intermediate level and are looking for your next Italian language course, you can restart very soon.

Our new courses are starting from the 21st January!

First of all, if you are not sure about what the intermediate level is, consider that in the CEFR it is called B1.

Roughly you should have studied for 90 hours to start the Intermediate 1 course, 105 hours for the Intermediate 2 and 120 for the Intermediate 3.

If you have never taken an Italian language course at Happy Languages and you are not sure about your level, don’t worry!

One of our teachers will be happy to have a chat with you and give you advice.

In terms of contents, the Intermediate level is quite challenging.

You will cover Trapassato Prossimo, Congiuntivo Presente, Congiuntivo Passato, Congiuntivo Imperfetto, If Clauses (Reality and Possibility), Relative Pronouns, Passive Forms and much more.

The constant practice will help you become more and more independent and use the Italian language in a number of situations.

Also, by the end of the course you will be able to talk and express your opinion about current topics like pollution and environment, job market, new technologies.

These topics are split in the three Intermediate courses.

Each course will take place at the Aldgate Tower, once per week from 7pm to 8.30pm for 10 weeks.

Last but not least: our teachers!

Happy Languages is DITALS centre (DITALS is the international certification to teach Italian as a foreign language released by the University for Foreigners of Siena)

It means that all our teachers are highly qualified and constantly trained, so they will be able to support you through the course and choose the best materials to interest you.

The textbooks used may change depending on the class and teacher’s preference, however one of the most used is Bravissimo 3.

So, are you ready for January?

Book your course and see you soon!

 

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