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Tue, Apr 26



Italian Grammar Class Level 1

for beginners and low intermediate

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Italian Grammar Class Level 1
Italian Grammar Class Level 1

Time & Location

Apr 26, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM PDT


About The Event


From Beginner to Low Intermediate

What you'll learn

  • You will learn Italian grammar from scratch to a solid A2 level.
  • You'll learn the basic of Italian pronunciations
  • You will have an understanding of nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and other parts of the speech
  • You will learn the basic verbs tenses: present, past, imperfect.


  • No previous Italian knowledge is required if you start the course from the first class (the next course will start in September 2022). Italian Level Test is strongly suggested if you plan to start the course not from the beginning.
  • You will need to speak and understand English with ease.
  • A lot of patience and positive energy :)

How to join the Course

  • The course starts in September, but you can join it whenever you want.
  • You can join a single class or a series of classes you are interested in.
  • If you want to know from which class you can join the course, take the test.

Class Description

  • Interactive group classes.
  • Grammar rules explanation.
  • Slide show of the content.
  • Practice session with exercises (30 minutes)
  • Review session of previous class (15 minutes)
  • Video recording of the class

Course Description

  • 25 Topics
  • 30 Classes - 1:30hr each
  • 45 Hours Course​ total
  • Live on Zoom
  • Every Tuesday at 4:00 - 5:30 PM PT | 6:00 - 7:30 PM CT


  • 1 Class: $15
  • 5-Class Package: $65
  • 10-Class Package: $110
  • Full Course (30 Classes): $290 - available only prior the beginning of the course

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Level A0

Basic Rules of Italian Pronunciation


Nouns: gender and number

Definite and indefinite articles

Adjectives; possessive and demonstrative pronouns

Adjectives; possessive and demonstrative pronouns

The present tense of essere and avere

There is/There are

The present tense of regular (and some irregular) verbs

The present tense of regular (and some irregular) verbs

Level A1


Direct object pronouns


Articulate prepositions


Indirect object pronouns

Piacere and similar verbs

The present perfect tense

Direct and indirect object pronouns

Level A2

Present Progressive

Relative pronouns

The imperfect tense

The pronouns ne and ci

Reflexive pronouns

Reflexive Verbs

Verbi riflessivi reciproci

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