Curious to learn the Italian language?
Nowadays many people want to learn the Italian language for different reasons.
Some need to talk to their partner’s family, or are interested in the culture and travel very often, or want to move to Italy soon.
Whatever the reason is, if you have attended around 60 hours lesson our Elementary 2 course is what you need.
During the course you will study new topics as well as refresh and consolidate what you learnt before.
What about the new topics?
First of all you will study the Present Conditional and practice expressing doubts and possibilities.
This topic will give you the chance to revise some vocabulary about house and furniture and to add new words.
Then you will focus on the formal conversation: how to use the Formal Imperative and how to combine it with Direct Pronouns.
Specifically, you will learn how to ask and give advice about health problems.
Moving forward, the Future Tense will be the next topic: talking about holidays you will start making plans and hypothesis using the Future.
Then you will revise two past tenses you already studied, Passato Prossimo and Imperfetto.
You will improve their use talking about a past holiday and describing actions and habits.
Along the course, you will enjoy many different activities and work with your classmates as well as playing lovely games all together.
That will make your course really fun!
How will the lesson be structured?
Each lesson is unique and perfectly planned in order to make you work on different abilities.
Your teacher will think of the best activities to enjoy what you learn: you will read something interesting, listen to a nice conversation, talk with your colleagues, write in Italian and much more!
All our Italian teachers are fully qualified: as we are DITALS Centre (DITALS is the international certification to teach Italian as a foreign language released by the University for Foreigners of Siena) we keep training them to keep our teaching standard high.
And before taking this Italian language course, have a look at our video tutorials to revise what you studied!