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Italiano secondo modulo

 For those who have already studied the basic grammatical rules and wish to expand their knowledge of the language by acquiring further notions. The aim of the course is to provide the student with fairly complex syntactic and grammatical rules in order to allow him to express and understand elaborated and articulated concepts

First module - Intermediate level B1:

With this module the student is able to understand the most important passages of texts written in a standard language, if they concern familiar arguments regarding the professional environment, study level as well as leisure time. He can make himself clear in the majority of situations that could arise during a trip. The student can write consistent texts on familiar arguments or of personal interest. He can describe experiences, events, desires and ambitions as well as express his own opinions or explain his projects.

DEFINITE ARTICLES: when not in use

NOUNS: exceptions and peculiarities

MODIFICATION: modification of nouns, adjectives and adverbs

ADJECTIVES: indefinite adjectives

COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE: comparatives, irregular comparatives, superlatives, irregular superlatives, other ways to arrange comparatives and superlatives, verbs followed by prepositions

PRONOUNS: interrogative pronouns, indefinite pronouns, sentences with ci e ne, combined pronouns, relative pronouns, pronominal verbs

FUTURE: the simple future for hypotheses/deductions, the future perfect for hypotheses/deductions, other uses

REMOTE PAST: the remote past, the remote past perfect tense

IMPERATIVE: the imperative in the polite form, differences between tu and lei

 

Second module - Intermediate advanced level B2:

With this module the student is able to understand the main concepts of complex texts concerning practical, theoretical or technical arguments that belong to his field of specialization. He can interact with native speakers with a sufficient degree of fluency and spontaneity, so that the conversation can be sustained without effort by anyone of the participants. The student can write clearly detailed texts on several arguments as well as define points of view addressing the pros and cons of every single option.

SUBJUNCTIVE: present: regular and irregular verbs, subjunctive or indicative? The past subjunctive, the present/past subjunctive to express opinions and wishes, the present/past subjunctive used in the independent form, the imperfect subjunctive: regular and irregular verbs, the past perfect subjunctive

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES: the conditional sentences, sentences with the imperfect/past perfect subjunctive, the imperfect/past perfect subjunctive used in the independent form

INFINITE, PARTICIPLE AND GERUND: infinite, participle, gerund, the infinite used as a noun, use of the infinite and the gerund with perception verbs, use of stare with the infinite and the gerund, temporal propositions with the infinite, subordinated propositions with the gerund, subordinated propositions with the participle, idiomatic expressions with the infinite, participle, gerund

PASSIVE FORM: essere used in the passive form, andare and venire used in the passive form, the passive si

INDIRECT SPEECH: theory, the indirect speech to give messages/pieces of information

USE OF TENSES AND MODES: the use of tenses and modes

SUBORDINATION: temporal and causal conjunctions, other conjunctions

 

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