Italian intermediate level

Finally, the 2020 is here! You’re full of good intentions and energy to start new activities. So why not use this new energy to improve yourself? Why don’t you improve your Italian? Here some advice about Italian intermediate level!

Italian intermediate level- step 1

Firstly, what does Italian intermediate level mean? For the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, intermediate users understand points regarding family, work, school or leisure-related topics. They can deal with most travel situations in areas where the language is spoken. They are able to create simple texts on topics of personal interest: describe experiences, events, dreams, and ambitions, as well as opinions or plans in brief.

Italian intermediate level- step 2

You need to be an elementary level. You’re going to learn how to use better pronouns. You learn how to use “ci” and “ne” pronouns, the combined pronouns and the pronouns with the imperative mood. Moreover, you’re going to learn how to talk about habits and desires: how to use the conditional mood, the indefinite adjectives and pronouns and the impersonal form with “si”. Last, you’re going to learn how to talk about past events and how to express your opinion: how to use the past perfect tense, the relative pronouns and the subjunctive mood.

Italian intermediate level- step 3

With Italyamo you can reach your goals with different options: totally e-learning Italian course B1 or video and  face-to-face lessons or face-to-face lessons. The first option offers you more practice on your own. You watch the flipped videos, do the activities et voilà : you’ll be ready to speak Italian in your own time and in the best manner for you to learn a foreign language! The second one offers you videos and activities but also face-to-face lessons to activate what you have already learned. The third option offers you the possibilities to be supported during your learning path online and offline in a mostly personalized way.

What are you waiting for? Improve your Italian with Italyamo! Be independent!

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