In Part 3, you’ll focus on the future tense, so you discuss your holiday plans and upcoming events. You’ll also learn to express desires and give advice. Time will be set aside to revise the conditional tense, which you’ll practice using through groupwork, games and role-play.
You’ll gain further insight into contemporary Italian culture and current affairs, through watching film and TV clips, listening to popular music and reading newspaper articles.
By the end of the course, you’ll have the confidence and skills needed to hold detailed conversations, helping you to make friends on your travels, or bond with new relatives and neighbours.
Who is it for?
To join here, you should have approximately 160 hours of prior learning, and be able to communicate at CEFR A2 level of Italian. You could have taken part 2 of our intermediate syllabus, and we also accept a good or recent GCSE. Check the eligibility section for further information.
Find out more about our Learn Italian with City short courses courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Our skilled tutors follow best practice from the Common European Framework for languages
- Acquire skills needed for real-life scenarios and conversations
- Experience Italian contemporary culture through film, music and TV.