High Intensity ITalian 1

Description

Short on time and cannot commit to a 60 or 90-minute class? Introducing High Intensity ITalian (HIIT) 1! Our 30-minute classes meet once a week for 10 weeks and offer busy students at a Beginner level the opportunity to learn the essential grammar structures of Italian in a high-intensity but quick-moving setting! High-Beginner and Pre-intermediate-level students who need to review the basics are also welcome! Each week a new grammar point or structure is presented and students will have a week to practice it on their own. In this course the following topics will be covered: Pronunciation, Gender and Number, Adjectives and Articles, Key questions, Present Tense of  Verbs, Idiomatic use of verbs avere, fare, stare and andare, the difference between sapere and conoscere and will be introduced to the verb piacere.  Think about going to the gym… for your brain! At the end of this course, students will have learned (or reviewed) the basics of Italian 100-103. Learning Italian at a highly intense yet quick pace will challenge and reward you at the same time! Class material included! All our classes are recorded. Students receive the link to the recording the day after each class. Your teacher is Lorena.

 

Schedule of Dates

Day & Time: Wednesdays 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm (PST)
Class Dates: Jan. 24, 31 – Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28 – Mar. 6, 13, 20, 27

What if Class Has Started?

For our adult classes we can accept new students once a course has started on a case-by-case basis up to mid-way through the course.  If you join a course late, the course fee will be pro-rated so that you don’t pay for the lessons you missed before joining the class. Contact us.

Textbook Info

There is no textbook for this course.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

Please review our class terms and conditions page here.

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