Do you want to start long term Italian classes in London from January?

In January our long term Italian classes in London restart after the Christmas break.

If you are looking to start learning Italian from scratch, the Beginner 1 course is the perfect one for you.

It is the first course to attend in order to learn all the basics, according to the CEFR, Common European Framework of Reference for languages.

Our Beginner 1 course will start on the 28th January and will last for 10 weeks, 1 hour and a half per week from 7pm to 8.30pm.

This timing is ideal for all those who want to take classes after work, in a very convenient location.

Our venue is in the Aldgate area, just a few steps from Aldgate station!

What contents will you go through?

The course is for complete beginners, students who have never attended Italian courses before.

So the introduction of different topics is very gradual and you will consolidate what you learn through repetitions and fun activities.

Working together to find out rules and expressions and practicing in couples or groups is an enjoyable way to learn!

You will start from alphabet, numbers and greetings and move to all the useful expressions to introduce yourself.

Regular and some irregular verbs will be one of the main grammar topics, together with articles and nouns referred to different jobs.

You will then learn how to order in a bar or restaurant and put into practice a variety of questions and dialogues.

Then you will start talking about your hobbies and free time, what you like and dislike and all the activities you do and enjoy.

The verb “piacere” will be one of the most important to learn to express your tastes!

As you move on, you will expand your vocabulary learning many new useful words.

Who are our teachers?

Our Italian teachers are highly qualified and experienced.

They have specific qualifications in teaching Italian to foreigners and are constantly trained to keep very high teaching standards.

They will choose the best materials and support you through the course.

How does this sound?

Think about it and see you soon at Happy Languages!