In part 1, you’ll revise beginners topics to refresh your memory. You’ll then talk about family members in more depth and describe physical and personality traits.
Italians are known for their sartorial style and we’ll examine clothes shopping in detail – teaching you how to ask for different sizes and colours, and to try them on.
You will reinforce and consolidate the passato prossimo, and begin using reflexive verbs, and indirect pronouns.
This is an immersive course, taught mostly in Italian, so you’ll really hone your skills – particularly listening. It’s a truly authentic way to learn, giving you more confidence when chatting to fast-talking native speakers
Who is it for?
Join us here if you have studied Italian for around 60 hours. Some of you may have completed our beginners syllabus, have rusty GCSE or can communicate at CEFR A1. You can find more detail in the eligibility section.
Find out more about our Italian courses
This course takes place one evening a week at 18:30 for 10 weeks.
- Part 1 gives you a feel for the course without signing up to the full year
- Follow best practice from the Common European Framework Reference
- Taught mostly in Italian and lead by a trained native tutor.