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Complete Italian course: Learn Italian from levels A1 to B2

What you’ll learn

  • Go from a beginner to an advanced level in Italian. Master the language and learn all about Italy’s culture.
  • Learn all about the Italian culture such as the history of Italy, art history, art, music, food and some of the many beautiful places to visit in Italy!
  • Master the four core aspects of the language: PARLARE (speaking), SCRIVERE (writing), LEGGERE (reading) e CAPIRE (understanding).
  • Achieve language proficiency! Speak fluently like a native Italian.
  • Grammar rules with examples and exercises to speak and write correctly.
  • Phrases to use in everyday life to interact with people in Italian.
  • Go as far as a B2 level. This level is required to study or work in Italy as a foreigner.

Requirements

  • A positive attitude, forza e coraggio!
  • No previous knowledge of the Italian language is required, you can start from scratch !If you have a certain knowledge of the language, you will also get in depth lessons of grammar and pronunciation to improve.
  • The daily lessons and exercises last 30-45 minutes.
  • A desire to learn Italian in a fun and easy way!

Description

Complete Italian course: Learn Italian from levels A1 to B2. Here’s The Perfect Solution If You Want To Speak Italian Fluently, Even If You Don’t Have Much Free Time To Study…

Learning Italian… Once time-consuming and hard, now a slide!

Imagine for a second what your life would be like if you could:

  • Speak Italian fluently and be able to meet new amazing people.
  • Travel to Italy and interact with the locals.
  • Know about Italy’s history, art, music & food which means being a more knowledgeable and educated person.

Would that get you excited?

I’d like to introduce you to our Complete Italian Course, which will help you experience all that… and so much more.

Bottom Line: this is the easiest, simplest, and fastest way for you to learn Italian in your free time and anywhere you are.

And best of all… you’ll start seeing results in 3 months or lessguaranteed.

What you will get: 

35+ HOURS & 160+ FULL HD video lessons with native Italian teachersdetailed explanations with slides, examples, and exercises to complete after finishing each unit of studies.

Master the four pillars of the language:

PARLARE (speaking)

SCRIVERE (writing)

LEGGERE (reading)

and CAPIRE (understanding)

You can download a PDF and audio MP3 file for each lesson to study & practicePut them on your phone and take the classes with you anywhere to continue learning in your free time or while doing other activities, such as walking, driving, or working out.

By finishing the course, you will have achieved a B2 level, which means you can“interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity native speakers  without strain for either party.”

Our Proven Method To Master The Italian Language Includes:

  • The alphabet and the pronunciation of all the letters in Italian, which means you will learn how to pronounce like a native, read aloud and write words correctly(module 1).
  • How to greet and say goodbye in different moments of the day so you can start conversations with new people you meet in formal and informal situations(module 2).
  • Expressions to tell how you are & how you feel. Phrases to introduce yourself, tell your name, nationality, and what you do for a living to have fluent conversations with others and speak about yourself confidently(module 3–5).
  • Regular & irregular verbs to be able to explain your way of thinking & talk about your hobbies regarding sports, arts, and others(module 6-7).
  • The numbers in Italian, the days of the week, months & seasons of the year to talk about important dates and festivities(module 8).
  • The adjectives to describe other people & things, as well as the adverbs to express how, how often, when, and where you do something (module 9).
  • IL CIBO!= The Food. It is no surprise that food is a big reason why Italy is a well-known country worldwide. In module 10, you will learn new vocabulary about this subject and new verbs regarding cooking, and all about delicious recipes.
  • The nouns & the articles to develop your abilities in sentence construction and grammar building to chat about different topics (modules 11-13).
  • New words about clothing & the fashion industry to communicate what you like and don’t like to wear(module 11).
  • The parts of the body in detail, express how you feel regarding your health to doctors or other people (module 11).
  • Comparative & superlative forms to describe how people and things are different and characterize everything around you(module 15).
  • The prepositions, which means you will be able to structure sentences and mark unique relationships between persons, objects, and locations(module 15).
  • The negations to be able to deny or contradict an argument(module 16).
  • Modal verbs to indicate a modality such as a likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestion, order, obligation or advice(module 16).
  • Vocabulary about animals and nature. Phrases and new expressions about the festivities in Italy throughout the year, as well as the names of  holidays(module 16 and 17).
  • New vocabulary about the family to speak about your close ones in detail(module 18).
  • Le emozioni = the emotions in Italian(module 20).
  • Relative pronouns: -chi, -che, -cui, -il quale. Which are used to provide more information about the subject it relates to, while avoiding repetition when referencing it(module 20).
  • The imperative form in Italian to give an order, give a warning or advice, and make a request. The negation of the imperative form and its use with pronouns(module 20).
  • Commonly used foreign words that are used in Italianadapted from other languages such as English, French, etc.(module 20).
  • The imperfetto, to express a continued and prolonged action that happened in the past or a habit in the past(module 21).

Everything You Will Learn About Italy:

  • Learn about MILANO, the history behind the city and its main cathedral, the theater, and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (module 4).
  • The story behind the famous Palio Di Siena, the tale of the Befana: an old woman who delivers gifts to children through Italy on Epiphany Eve, and interesting facts about Luciano Pavarotti, the famous performer singer(module 5).
  • The active volcanos in ItalyL’Etna, Il Vesuvio e Lo Stromboli. The life of Giorgio Armani, the man, the brand & the legacy(module 6).
  • Columbus, the great explorer and navigator, and Marcus Aurelius, the roman emperor and influential ruler. All about the dialects in Italy and the details of their origins(module 8).
  • Insights about Italian liquors such as il limoncello, la sambuca, la grappa, and many others. How to prepare Italian desserts such as il babbà, la granita, and curious facts about authentic Italian cooking(module 10).
  • A legend about the foundation of Rome with the brothers Romolo & Remo. Get to know the beaches in Sardiniaamong the most beautiful in the world(module 12).
  • The most important festivities in Italy throughout the year & 40-minute lessons dedicated entirely to the regions in Italy and what makes each one unique with their characteristics(module 12-14).
  • Gli agnolotti from Piemonte, a regional type of pasta. The oldest brewelry in Italy, in a city called Biella(module 16).
  • The history of Rome and its famous monuments. Pizza in Italy and around the world(module 19).

Grammar & Other Parts Of The Course:

  • The accent in Italian to be able to write correctly and understand when to use the accento grave(è) and the accento acuto(é)(module 2).
  • Vocabulary & curious facts about the subject of La Scuola = The School(module 5).
  • How to use the words -Qualcuno & -Nessuno, understanding their differences with detailed explanations & examples(module 9).
  • Learn the professions and job titles in Italian, and amplify your lexicon(module 9).
  • The colors & new words about the clothes, so you can speak about what you like to wear and why(module 11).
  • The proper use of the words -Questo & -Quello to indicate people and objects that are close to you (module 11).
  • How to use -Avercela as a verb Italians use to say someone is angry with them. Ce l’hai con me? (Are you angry with me?) . The word -Tranne to make exceptions, exclude something or someone(module 12).
  • “Proprio” as a word to emphasize adjectives so you can express when you really like or dislike something. Learn how to use the phrase -nel caso in cui and the word -qualora which means “in the event that” or “in the case that” to speak about hypothetic events(module 13).
  • The preposition -di to speak about ownership, it is translated as “from”, “of”, “about”(module 14).
  • Using the superlative in Italian to exaggerate or emphasize an adjective, it is not delicious, it’s absolutely delicious, this is the purpose of the superlativo assoluto(module 15).
  • How to conjugate verbs in the present progressive in Italian to be able to talk about an action that is still in progress. And the present progressive in the past(module 16).
  • Reflexive verbs to speak about an action that reflects back upon oneself, meaning that the person performing the action is also the one receiving it. And the negation of these verbsReciprocal verbs that expresses the idea of an action that is done by two or more people, or things to each other(module 17).
  • Learning the passive voice in Italian to draw attention to the doer, the subject that experiences the action. Instead of the person or object that performs the actions. How to use the passive voice with reflexive verbs(module 18).
  • Direct object pronouns, which are used to replace the object, thing or person and take the place of the noun. Indirect object pronouns to tell you for whom something is bought, given, told, etc(module 19).
  • The passato prossimo, which you will use to describe actions that were completed in the past. Also, how to use irregular verbs in this past tense(module 19).
  • Explanation and use of the transitive and intransitive verbs in Italian. Transitive: requires a direct object to finish its meaning. Intransitive: doesn’t need a direct object to complete its meaning(module 19).
  • The preposizioni articolate in Italiano, which are the result of simple prepositions and articoli determinativi. The use of the prefix -in (module 20).
  • How to use -prima di, to express that something happened before a certain event(module 20).
  • Relative pronouns: -chi, -che, -cui, -il quale. Which are used to avoid repetition when speaking about a certain subject(module 20).
  • Exercises to put into practice and master the new concepts you learned by repetition, which means you will also challenge yourself to study (modules 1-20).

Enroll in our program today and get all of this included:

  • Access to the course on any device such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, etc.
  • Lifetime access to all course content and any updates with new material. There is a new lesson uploaded montly.
  • Access our private Facebook Group, where review any doubts students might have, learn new topics, and practice together.
  • Access to our digital books that go from levels A1- B2. Each book has 10+ units of lessons and 10+ units of exercises to complete with videos, audio, and interactive material.
  • We’re so confident that this is exactly what you need to get from 0 to Italian language mastery that we offer a 100% money-back guarantee. But if for some reason, you aren’t on your way to language proficiency in the first 30 days, email us, and we will take care of your refund!

Benvenuto a Pronto!

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone interested in learning Italian for work, study purpose or to meet new people, make new friends.
  • Everyone who wants to master this beautiful new language to gain a new skill that can benefit their life both professionally and socially.
  • If you are at an intermediate level you can improve your Italian with this course.
  • Anyone that wants to learn Italian in a fun and easy way, to achieve a B2 level which allows you to work and study in Italy as a foreigner.

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