Planning a trip to Italy? This class is designed for those traveling to Italy for business or pleasure. Learn about the transportation systems, currency and culture, idiomatic phrases to help you get a taxi, asking/receiving directions, making reservations, shopping, food selection, and of course making new friends!
We get it, you don’t know anything more than “pizza” and “pasta,” or maybe you’ve taken a decade off. Either way, you’re ready for that all to change with Italian 1. This class is perfect for you if you're completely new to the language and you want to get the basics down to start speaking conversational Italian. Here's what to expect:...
This class is for students with basic knowledge of the language, this course provides practice in conversation and introduction of new vocabulary and more complex grammatical structures. Coursebook: T. Marin, S. Magnelli "The Italian Project 1a & Project 1b" - Edilingua. Note: All the Italian classes at Casa Italiana are held in full immersion...
Alright, we know you can introduce yourself and make a damn good impression. In Italian 2, we’ll teach you how to take the conversation further. This class is for you if you're familiar with the basics and can say simple sentences in the present tense. Here's what to expect: Know before you go Start here if you’ve already completed Italian 1...
Improve your Italian language skills and expand your vocabulary while you learn about Italian regional cuisine, which is naturally related to local history, geography, lifestyle and culture. Each class includes a grammar topic and activities aimed to strengthen the four main linguistic skills. For students with Intermediate/Advanced reading comprehension...
Students with no prior knowledge of the Italian language will communicate in simple, everyday situations. Course includes practice in reading, writing and basic work in grammar.
Designed for those with basic knowledge of the language, this course provides practice in conversation and introduction of new vocabulary and more complex grammatical structures.
Students will deal with more complex Italian grammar and syntax to enable them to express themselves in various verbal modes: present, past and future.
In his course students will complete the overview of the basic Italian grammar focusing as well on speaking, reading and writing skills.
The course is designed for students who have completed the advanced courses and want to keep practicing their reading comprehension, expand their vocabulary, brush up their grammar and acquire better fluency.
Enriched vocabulary and advanced grammatical structures will enable students to handle a number of interactive, task-oriented social situations.
This course will cover the last chapters of the book “Nuovo progetto Italiano B1-B2”. The emphasis will be placed on stylistic and idiomatic expressions to reinforce the speaking and reading ability of the student.
Through the grammar and the reading of the book by S.Ciani and S. Gavelli "Scoprire l'Italia", students will review the major challenges in Italian grammar, including the verb system, areas of contrast with English, and some vocabulary issues. They will discover Italy through a treasure hunt with stops in Florence, Naples, Venice, Siena, Milan,...