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Archive for March, 2007

Your second lesson: “Il verbo essere”

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 31, 2007

Hi people! Are you ready for your second lesson of Italian?

Are you already trying to speak Italian? My goal is to improve your ability to converse in this language.

I usually do that at Ciao Italia School and I’d like to do the same on web.

Buono studio! Speak Italian constantly, attend my lessons and you’ll see… 😉

Posted in Classes, Italian, Italian for foreigners, Italian Grammar, Italienische Sprache, Italy, Learning, teaching | 3 Comments »

Learning Italian recipes and easy grammar course

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 28, 2007

Ho fame! = I’m hungry Can I have an easy Italian recipe in Italian language?

Of course! = Certo! A new recipe: Caprese Salad

Posted in Cooking, Courses, Italian, Italian for foreigners, Italian Grammar, Italian language school, Italienische Sprache | Leave a Comment »

First lesson on line: “c’è; ci sono”

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 25, 2007

In this page you can find your first lesson. Enjoy it! 🙂

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Italian movies in March

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 24, 2007

poster of “Amnesia”Ciao Italia school organises many free of charge activities: Italian movies with introduction, lectures, parties, lunches with teachers, nights in typical clubs, wine tasting at the school, guided tours by an art historian as well as special prices for theatres, opera, concerts, restaurants and sports-clubs. Cooking courses (not professional) in a private house.

The library, the videotheque and internet facilities are available for the students in the afternoon.

In March, you can see and talk about these Italian movies:

poster of “Dopo Mezzanotte”Dopo mezzanotte” by D. Ferrario;

Notte prima degli esami” by F. Brizzi;

La notte di San Lorenzo” by Taviani

Amnesia” by G. Salvatores

Posted in Courses, Italian for foreigners, Italian language school, movie, Rome, Travel | Leave a Comment »

Ciao Italia Schule und Bildungsurlaub

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 23, 2007

Ciao Italia ist eine Schule, die darauf spezialisiert ist, Ausländern die italienische Sprache zu vermitteln . Sie ist Mitglied der ASILS (Associazione di scuole di italiano come lingua seconda) und der ELITE (European Federation of Associations for Teaching Mother Tongue to Foreign Students ).

Ciao Italia ist von den Städten Hamburg und Frankfurt a. M. als Institution für Bildungsurlaub anerkannt worden. Sie wurde von hoch qualifizierten Lehrern, die schon mehr als 15 Jahre auf diesem Gebiet tätig sind, gegründet.

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Learning italian recipes

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 21, 2007

Learning Italian means learnig italian culture too and Italy has a great cooking tradition (food and cooking in Italy are a part of society!), so I’d like to share with you some example of that.

You’ll notice that can be a good way to improve your Italian … and “Pasta alla Norma” is very delicious.

Enjoy a tipical sicilian dish in the new page, called “italian recipes”. And “buon appetito!”… more

Posted in Cooking, Courses, Italian, Italy, Recipes, Travel | Leave a Comment »

Learning Italian and Cooking Courses in Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 20, 2007

Learning Italian and Cooking Courses (not professional)
In Ciao Italia, you can take conversation courses during cooking lessons: 4 hours of theory/practice, in a private home with teachers who are native speakers of Italian. You’ll learn about typical recipes, terminology and idioms which are used in the kitchen for making conversation and eating together. You can reserve small groups classes (For information on prices please contact the Secretary’s Office).

La settimana scorsa gli studenti hanno imparato a preparare un tipico menù siciliano. Oltre a mangiare di gusto si sono rilassati, hanno imparato nuovi piatti, ma soprattutto si sono divertiti. Nessuno di loro pensava che una lezione di cucina potesse essere così istruttiva e piacevole insieme. Per questo motivo ho pensato di scrivervi alcune ricette e qualche modo di dire legato al cibo, che però rimando al prossimo post perché ora devo preparare il mio corso estensivo serale. Ciao

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snapshots from Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 18, 2007

This post is just to tell you that finally I posted my profile on the page “about me”, where I began to insert a little bit of Italian. 

In the next posts I’d like to write in Italian, so you can practise it 🙂

Here below  is my portrait with some students from Ciao Italia.

ciao.jpg 

By the way, I hope you enjoy also the new photogallery: “some snapshot from Rome” by R.M. Puglisi.  

Posted in Italian for foreigners, Italy, photos, Rome | Leave a Comment »

CILS in Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 17, 2007

Sempre più studenti sono interessati al certificato CILS – a certificate of Italian as a second language, measures and assesses the level of competence a student has reached in Italian language – e questo mi gratifica molto , come insegnante e come madrelingua, perché indica che l’italiano sta finalmente venendo riconosciuto a livello europeo e mondiale.La certificazione Cils é riconosciuta come titolo ufficiale di competenza linguistica e permette l’accesso all’Università, perché segue le direttive del Common European Framework of Reference del Consiglio d’Europa – The certification system of CILS follows the guidelines laid out in Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Mi capita spesso di preparere questo esame che facilita l’ingresso nel mondo del lavoro e che aiuta in particolare gli studenti universitari, ma non solo loro.La certificazione CILS è motivo di orgoglio e di gratificazione personale per tutti i non italiani che decidono di rimanere a vivere in Italia, o per coloro che tornano nei loro paesi con la certezza di aver raggiunto un alto livello linguistico, e con la soddisfazione di possedere uno strumento fondamentale per conoscere la cultura e la tradizione italiana.

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Scholarships in Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 16, 2007

Ciao Italia offers Scholarships to students through the Italian Institutes of Culture and departments of Italian in Universities around the world. The scholarships entitle the students to a 50% reduction on our Standard course of 4 weeks (80 hours. Cost: Euro 300), and a 30% reduction on our Standard course of 2 weeks (40 hours. Cost: Euro 240).

A 40 Euro registration fee includes course material, entry test, final certificate, accommodation service, use of the school facilities – library, videotheque, Internet – and some social activities) All the interested students can get in touch with the relevant Italian Institutes of Culture abroad or Universities in their country and apply.

The Scholarship will be confirmed only upon receipt of an official reference by the Italian Institute or University where the application was submitted.

An updated list of Italian Institutes abroad is available at www.esteri.it

Posted in Italian for foreigners, Italian language school, Italy, Rome, Scholarships | Leave a Comment »

 
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