LEARNITALIAN.CA

A1.1 ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS • ONLINE

$340
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL $320
Until September 25th. After September 25th - $340

This will be the student's very first introduction to the Italian language at a basic level. Small, intimate classroom sizes taught by mother-language instructors will make the task of learning expressions for simple interactions easy and fun. The topics covered in this course include formal and informal greetings, conversation starting, basic phone etiquette, counting to 100 and telling the time.  Students will feel comfortable in a conversational context where the other speaker speaks slowly and is prepared to cooperate. No previous knowledge of Italian is required.


THIS COURSE TAKES PLACE ONLINE

Fall courses begin on October 14, 2022
The first day of each course depends the course time slot selected, see below.


REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Al Dente - 1

Paper textbooks can be purchased from Istituto. Sorry, we do not ship books, they must be picked up at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura located at 496 Huron St. in Toronto.   If you are unable to pick up the book contact Istituto for information on alternate vendors.

Alternatively, the texbook is also available in a digital version which can be  purchased from an external vendor click here.  Sorry, no exchanges from paper to digital.

Course features:
  • 2.5 hour classes each week for 10 weeks, total
  • Small class sizes of maximum 11 students
  • Our courses follow the Common European Framework set by the European Council
  • Highly qualified professional teachers with significant experience in teaching Italian as a second language. 
Course Session Time Slot:

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Pre-requisite: No previous knowledge of Italian is required

This will be the student's very first introduction to the Italian language at a basic level. Small, intimate classroom sizes taught by mother-language instructors will make learning the task of learning expressions for simple interactions easy and fun. The topics covered in this course include formal and informal greetings, conversation starting, basic phone etiquette, counting to 100 and telling the time. Students will feel comfortable in a conversational context where the other speaker speaks slowly and is prepared to cooperate.