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|In this course, students gain basic knowledge of Italian as a foreign language, enabling them to successfully manage basic everyday situations. Student will learn strategies for communicating verbally and in writing despite limited language skills in the foreign language. Additionally, opportunities will be made available to effectively organize the process of learning Italian as a foreign language. Students learn/practice "communicative functions": to talk about personal experiences in past tense (simple past); to talk about situations/people and everyday activities in past tense (simple past and present perfect); to describe people; to make comparisons; to ask for advice, to give advice/directions to others; to express their wants/needs; to make hypotheses; to talk about future plans; to aks for and make suggestions; to ask for and provide information about past events; to give reasons for a decision; to use basic vocabulary on topics such as clothing and shopping habits, education and professional life. GRAMMAR: conditional; imperative; pronouns in combination with imperative; indicative future I; irregular plural constructions of Substantiva; relative pronouns chi, che, cui; Passato prossimo with object pronouns.
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