TOTALLY E-LEARNING ITALIAN COURSE A1
This option lets you have more practice on your own: 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! You can watch a video whenever you want and can do the activities again and again (for one year starting from your first access)!
But if you feel you need some face-to-face lessons to be more confident, we’ll be happy to help you in your language path.
|A1_1||6 videos and interactive activities for absolute beginners A1||€ 70|
|A1_2||6 videos and interactive activities for beginners||€ 70|
|A1_3||6 videos and interactive activities for intermediate A1||€ 70|
|A1_4||6 videos and interactive activities for advanced A1||€ 70|
|Level A1||24 videos and interactive activities to complete whole level A1||€ 240|
WHAT IS LEVEL A1? WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW TO ATTEND THIS LEVEL? WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
A1 (Common Europe Framework of Reference): Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has.
ABSOLUTE BEGINNER: you don’t need to know Italian. You’re going to learn the very basic words to understand Italian. You start from the very beginning and you learn how to introduce yourself, how to spell a word, numbers, to be, to have and the nouns feminine and masculine, singular and plural.
BEGINNER: it’s better if you know the very basic Italian. You’re going to learn how to describe places. You start from the basic things and you learn how to use adjectives, how to use there is and there are and the definite and indefinite articles.
INTERMEDIATE A1: it’s better if you know the very basic Italian. You’re going to learn how to speak about your preferences and about the present. You start from the basic things and you learn how to use the verb “piacere” and “fare”, the present regular and irregular.
ADVANCED A1: it’s better if you are an intermediate beginner. You’re going to learn how to speak about your daily life and to talk about past events. You start from the intermediate A1 and you learn how to use the modal verbs, the reflexive verbs, “andare” and “venire”, the simple past, how to describe people and the possessive adjectives.
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