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Italian

  • Level(s) of Study: Short course
  • Start Date(s): Week beginning 4 October 2021
  • Duration: 22 weeks (term-time only)
  • Study Mode(s): Short course
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Introduction:

Italian stage 1

This course is suitable for real beginner learners of Italian with virtually no prior knowledge of the language.

During the course you’ll learn how to talk about basic personal details, basic numeracy, and your work or studies. You’ll also learn how to talk about daily routines and past holidays.

At the end of the course, you’ll have some elementary appreciation of Italian grammar and structures and you’ll be able to give basic information about yourself and ask for directions.

You’ll also be able to communicate at a basic level when you are in restaurants and in hotels.

Italian stage 2

This course is suitable for beginner learners of Italian with some knowledge of the language, equivalent to stage 1 (for example GCSE grade B or C).

During the course you’ll learn about life in Italian-speaking countries, food, health, jobs, and how to talk about your childhood.

At the end of the course, you’ll have deepened your appreciation of Italian grammar and structures at an elementary level and you’ll be able to make comparisons, and talk about past events.

Italian stage 4

Italian stage 4 is the right stage for you if you’ve an intermediate knowledge of the language (e.g. A level grade D or E).

During the course you’ll study topics relating, for example, to Italian-made products, family, festivities, and the media.

At the end of the course, you’ll be able to talk about your intentions and wishes and events in the past.

Italian stages 5 and 6

During the course you’ll also study topics relating to your own interests.

At the end of the course, you’ll be able, for example, to summarise extended written and spoken texts, as well as discuss and debate complex ideas.

Any questions?

Contact the Nottingham Language Centre:

Email: ulp@ntu.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)115 848 6156

What you’ll study

We have currently adopted a range of blended teaching and learning methods, incorporating online learning and in-person teaching, which will be outlined in your timetable.

Campus and facilities

Fees and funding

The course fee is £250

Payment is due at the time of booking.

The course fee is £250

Payment is due at the time of booking.

How to apply

Bookings are now open.

Check out the schedule and book your place via our online store:

https://onlinestore.ntu.ac.uk/short-courses/language-courses/italian

Bookings are now open.

Check out the schedule and book your place via our online store:

https://onlinestore.ntu.ac.uk/short-courses/language-courses/italian