Italian Year 1 (Beginners)City University London
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- Short course
- Islington (Inghilterra)
Cosa impari in questo corso?
Introductions, yourself; the alphabet and sounds; numbers 0 to 100; class room interior, countries and nationalities; the family; professions and places of work; week-ends and hobbies.
Definite and indefinite article; adjectives and nouns: gender and number; personal pronouns; possessive adjectives; verbs in the present tense: essere, avere, verbs ending in -are, - ere, - ire, and reflexive verbs ending in - arsi, - ersi, - iris; irregular verbs (fare/avere/andare/uscire); negative/interrogative from of verb; the verb piacere, agreement and disagreement with piacere; verbs in - ire following the pattern of preferire; adverbs of frequency (raramente, spesso, qualche volta, sempre)
o Greeting people
o Introducing yourself and others
o Spell out words and use numbers
o Saying where you come from and where you live
o Giving details about yourself
o Expressing preferences, likes and dislikes
o Describing objects
o Talking about your profession and family relationships
o Talking about hobbies and spare time
o Talking about activities at the weekends and how often you do them
o Giving and asking time
Revision, food and drink, going out, booking into a hotel, the house; town and public places; people and their appearance
Indefinite articles, there is/ there are; prepositions; combined prepositions; preposition and adverb of place; duration form "da"; imperative form of regular and some irregular verbs; negative form of imperative; introduction of direct object pronouns; verbs taking direct object
o Ordering food in a bar or restaurant
o Booking into a hotel
o Describing one's house
o Asking and giving directions
o Buying a ticket
o Arranging a meeting
o Making suggestions
o Describing a person and their personality
Revision; daily routine; shopping & clothes; past event;
Reflexive verbs; more verbs taking direct object; indirect object pronouns; introduction of verbs taking indirect object; introduction of the past tense; verbs taking the auxiliary "essere" and verbs taking "avere"
o Talking about the daily routine
o Buying objects and clothes
o Talking about and describing past events
o Asking questions about past events
Teaching and Assessment
The emphasis in this course is on listening and speaking. The lessons focus on language that is required in authentic situations.
Classroom activities will include: role-playing, class room discussion, pair and group work, work on pronunciation and intonation as well as grammar in context. Listening to audio clips and watching videos are an important element in our lessons. More comprehensive grammar exercises and reading texts are generally set as homework. All evaluation will take place in a relaxed and informal...