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B1.1 | INTERMEDIATE In-person

$320
THIS COURSE TAKES PLACE IN PERSON AT ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI CULTURA
at 496 Huron St. in Toronto

Students at this level should be able to understand the main points in communications related to familiar matters such as work, school, and free time. They can deal with common situations arising while traveling to regions where Italian is spoken. They can describe events, dreams, and speak about their own plans and desires, and provide opinions and explanations.

- To make an analogy
- To invite someone
- To express emotions such as surprise, relief, joy, fear, and show understanding
- To express opinions, hopes, desires, preference, agreement or disagreement, and make assumptions, using more complex sentences

This course begins on July 21, 2022

2.5 hour classes each week for 10 weeks total


REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Nuovo Espresso 3

Paper textbooks purchased from Istituto must be picked up at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura located at 496 Huron St. in Toronto. Sorry, we do not ship books.

A digital version of the textbook is also available.   Click here to purchase a digital version of the textbook.

 

IMPORTANT - New students at the Istituto must complete the placement test before registering for this class.  The purpose of this test is to ensure students are taking the correct course based on their assessed level.  Returning students are not required to take  this test.

TAKE PLACEMENT TEST HERE


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Students at this level are considered independent users who can continue to strengthen A1/A2 level competencies while diversifying the contents and ways of their interactions.

Students can understand the main points in communications related to familiar matters such as work, school, and free time. They can deal with common situations arising while travelling to regions where Italian is spoken. They can describe events, dreams, and speak about their own plans and desires, and provide opinions and explanations.

CONTENT:
B1.1 (Unit 1, 2, 3)

- To make an analogy
- To invite someone to join me
- To express emotions such as surprise, relief, joy, fear, and I can show understanding
- To express my opinions, hopes, desires, preference, agreement or disagreement, and I can make assumptions, using more complex sentences