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12-week course: £114.00
courses start week commencing 16th April.
Enjoy the delights of Italy with the benefit of communication Our friendly, professional, qualified and experienced teachers aim to make learning Italian fun. Courses have aims and objectives in place to maximise your learning. Classes are informal and designed to be focussed on encouraging you to speak and communicate in Italian although all four skills will be practised (reading, listening, speaking and writing). Grammar and vocabulary is taught as a natural part of language progression. Learning takes place by a variety of media including; listening to audio clips, watching short video clips, reading stories and articles. You will learn grammar through practice exercises, both written and spoken. You are encouraged to practise by speaking in small groups.
A1 : Beginner – this course is designed for people with no previous experience of learning Italian, a complete beginner’s course.
A1.2 : Beginner 2 – this course is for people who have studied a little Italian (20 hours or equivalent)
A2 : Pre-Intermediate – this course is for people who have studied 40-80 hours of Italian or equivalent.
B1 : Intermediate – students have studied 80+ hours and can hold a conversation in Italian.
*Course Content– typical areas of focus are:
Topics: Greetings & introductions, family, nationalities, jobs, days/numbers/months, giving directions, food, daily routine.
Grammar: Alphabet & pronunciation, regular and irregular verbs (present tense), singular and plural nouns, adjectives, personal pronouns, negation, present progressive tense.
Topic: Food, travelling, describing places, house, seasons, shopping & going out, fashion, activities, cooking.
Grammar: Prepositions and articles, possessive adjectives, present perfect and past participle, direct object pronoun, imperative mood,
Topic: Finding information about the city, describing a house, planning an activity.
Grammar: Future tense, reflexive verbs, preposizioni semplici e articolate, adverbs.
Topic: Parlare delle vacanze, Facoltà universitarie e relative figure professionali, Prenotare una camera d’albergo, La storia di Roma, Parlare delle proprie abitudini per viver sano.
Grammar: Pronomi relativi, superlativo relativo & assoluto, Passato remoto – verbi regolari & irregolari.
*Please note, course content will vary depending on course teacher and course book content.
No refunds are given for classes not attended once a course has begun (Courses can be cancelled and refunded up to 5 days before their start)
Gabriella uses the theme of travel to teach you Italian language in her classes, from booking to sightseeing through Italian medieval villages, to sunbathing at the seasides. Graduated in English grammar and Literature in Italy, she now works as a TA in a primary school, and has taught Italian language and literature since her arrival.
I am an Italian teacher with background studies in Latin and Greek languages and Classical literature. I have obtained a Master degree in Classical languages and a Master of Art in UK in Classics. I am an enthusiastic teacher with experience in teaching Italian language and Italian literature. I also taught Latin and Greek in secondary schools.
I am a native Italian speaker, also fluent in English and Spanish. I was always passionate about languages, and took a Master’s Degree in Modern Languages in Italy and then decided to move to the UK where I have taught Italian for adults at Portsmouth College and offered Italian and Spanish private tuition. I studied for the PTTLS qualification during this time. After a break to look after her children I am now enjoying teaching at Language Class.