Sos Italian - Learn Italian the next level (from A1 to A2)
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Sos Italian - Learn Italian the next level (from A1 to A2)

Italian course for Elementary levels
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Created by Chiara Brambilla
Last updated 12/2016
English
Price: $50
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 8 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Communicate in Italian in a simple way
  • Understand elementary Italian sentences and frequently used expressions
  • Have a better knowledge of Italian
  • Make comparisons
  • Talk about your past and your childhood
  • Talk about your wishes and future plans
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Requirements
  • Basic knowledge of Italian (A1 level of CEFR)
  • Or the topics explained in Sos Italian - Learn Italian from scratch
Description

Welcome to Sos Italian for elementary levels.

  • Do you love Italy and Italian?
  • Do you already have a basic knowlege of Italian?

Then, it’s time to bring your Italian to the next level with this course.


What will you learn?

You will learn to:

  1. Talk about your spare time
  2. Talk about your past, memories and habits
  3. Talk about the weather
  4. Talk about your future intentions
  5. Talk about your wishes


How is this course structured?

Units are made up of three sections:

  • A video explanation about grammar
  • An Interactive exercise
  • A complete didactic unit, specifically designed to help you hone your Italian reading and writing skills. This unit will allow you also to both strengthen your knowledge of the topics explained during the video lessons, and learn new vocabulary. The unit is in pdf form, so you can either complete it directly from your computer or print it.

Moreover, in the last unit of this course you’ll find four communicative tasks. These tasks are based on the topics explained during the lessons and will give you the chance to hone your Italian speaking skills.


By the end of this course you will:

  • Have a better knowledge of Italian
  • Be able to communicate in Italian in a simple way
  • Understand elementary Italian sentences and frequently used expressions
  • Make comparisons
  • Talk about your past and your childhood
  • Talk about your wishes and future plans

Are you ready? Let’s start learning Italian!

Who is the target audience?
  • People with a basic knowledge of Italian (A1 level of CEFR)
  • People who want to improve their Italian knowledge
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Curriculum For This Course
20 Lectures
02:02:32
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Welcome!
1 Lecture 03:00

Free resources that might come in handy during this course and the Keys to the didactic units

Preview 03:00
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Comparing object and persons
4 Lectures 30:46
The comparative
08:36

Make some sentences using comparativo

The comparative
6 questions


Make some sentences using superlativo relativo or assoluto

The superlative
6 questions

Irregular comparatives and superlatives
07:17

Write the irregular comparativo or the irregular superlative of the following adjectives

Irregular comparatives and superlatives
6 questions

The impersonal form
07:28

Translate the following sentences in Italian

The impersonal form
6 questions
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Talking about the past
4 Lectures 26:09
L'imperfetto
06:11

Complete the sentences with imperfetto

Imperfetto
6 questions

I nomi alterati (Part 1)
04:45

Transform the following nouns in nomi alterati (diminutives)

Nomi alterati
6 questions

I nomi alterati (Part 2)
08:47

Transform the following nouns in nomi alterati 

Nomi alterati 2
6 questions

Imperfetto vs Passato prossimo
06:26

Complete the sentences with imperfetto or with passato prossimo

Imperfetto vs passato prossimo
6 questions
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Talking about future plans and Hypotheses
4 Lectures 20:41
The future
09:04

Complete the following sentences with the future tense

The future
6 questions

Adverbs ending in -mente
03:14

Transform the following adjectives in adverbs of manner 

Adverbs ending in -mente
6 questions

Verbi fraseologici
04:14

Translate the following sentences into italian

Verbi fraseologici
6 questions

If sentences
04:09

Complete the following sentences 

If sentences
6 questions
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The Conditional
2 Lectures 13:49
The Conditional
09:06

Complete the following sentences with condizionale presente

The Conditional
6 questions

The Italian present continuous
04:43

Complete the following sentences with Italian present continuous

Italian present continuous
6 questions
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Let's talk
5 Lectures 28:07
Introduction to the conversation section
03:05

Conversation 1 - Making comparisons
05:36

Conversation 3 - Talking about the past
06:14

Conversation 2 - Talking about future plans
06:11

Conversation 4 - Talking about what would you do
07:01
About the Instructor
Chiara Brambilla
3.3 Average rating
2 Reviews
55 Students
2 Courses
Language Tutor

Hi, my name is Chiara. I grew up in a small town near Milan. Languages and culture have always fascinated me. As a result, I spent my university years to hone my teaching and translating skills.

I graduated in Linguistic Sciences for intercultural communication, focusing on English and French. Then, I studied for a postgraduate certificate in Teaching Italian as a foreign language. Finally, I completed my linguistic education with a Master degree in translation studies.

In all these years, I've taught successfully both in public and private schools. And, so far, I've experience with children, teenagers, university students and adults.

Since 2014, I run a blog about Italy, Italian, teaching and translation, and I also provide online Italian lessons, and English to Italian translation services.