Shall you learn the Italian language at an Elementary level?

If you have just completed the Beginner level yes, you can move on and learn the Italian language at a higher level.

The Elementary level is normally called A2 in the CEFR (Common European Frame of Reference for languages).

As it is a challenging level and you study a number of new topics, at Happy Languages it is split in 3 evening courses:

Elementary 1, Elementary 2 and Elementary 3.

You can choose the perfect course checking the specific courses’contents.

Let’s see their main features!

Our Elementary Evening Courses last 10 weeks, 1 hour and a half per week from 7pm to 8.30pm.

All these courses are held in our cosy and beautiful venue at the Aldgate Tower.

The nest term will start from the 21st January, so get ready!

Main contents of the Elementary level.

This level is focused on two past tenses, Passato Prossimo and Imperfetto.

You will work on the difference between them and on how to distinguish their uses.

Moving forward, you will study the Formal Imperative, the Present Conditional and approach the Future Simple.

In terms of vocabulary, you will go through many topics: past experiences, holidays, health, shopping, fashion, cinema and much more.

You will use fantastic materials that will make you enjoy your course even more.

For example, one of the textbooks that you might use is Domani 2.

Practicing all the topics above regularly will help you reach a good autonomy and feel confident about speaking Italian!

Who will teach you?

Being DITALS Centre (DITALS is the international certification to teach Italian as a foreign language released by the University for Foreigners of Siena), we make sure that our teachers plan and deliver courses at a very high standard.

All our teachers are fully qualified and periodically trained by expert tutors.

Are you getting ready for January?

If you want to refresh your Italian during the Christmas break, have a look at our lovely online resources!

Other than that, you can work on grammar and pronunciation watching our video tutorials as well.

Enjoy them and see you in January!

 

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