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Archive for May 1st, 2007

Italian language courses in Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on May 1, 2007

New courses are starting at “Ciao Italia” school.

The students will study in small groups of 2-12 with people of different nationalities who have a similar language level. The small size of the classes guarantees particular attention as well as a high quality of teaching
(each lesson lasts 55 minutes).

Standard Group Courses
4 hours a day (more than 3 students) or 3 hours a day (less than 4 students) intensive course, from Monday to Friday, for a minimum of 2 weeks. Each morning you will have two classes with two different teachers: the first one will focus on grammar and syntax whereas the second class will focus on conversation, reading, listening, writing and lexis . In about six months time the student will complete the programme, which will enable one to face the most varied communication functions.

Conversation Courses
2 hours a day (10 hours per week) of conversation (speaking, reading, listening, writing) in the Standard Course, for a minimum of 2 weeks. Current events, Italian culture, lifestyle, and other topics of interest will be discussed during the lessons.

Next starting dates

14th May (Only for not beginners)

28th May All Levels

11th June (Only for not beginners)

Standard (S2)

2 weeks

40 hours 345 Euro
Standard (S3)

3 weeks

60 hours 490 Euro
Standard (S4)

4 weeks

80 hours 610 Euro

20% discount on Italian language courses starting from 28th May

Accomodation service

mail: info@ciao-italia.it

Posted in accomodations, Classes, Courses, Italian, Italian for foreigners, Italian language school, Italienische Sprache, Italy, Kurse, Learning, Rome, School | 4 Comments »

Eggplant Parmigiana and object pronouns

Posted by Monica Corrias on May 1, 2007

Hi, in Rome today is a perfect day to make a pick-nick. A typical Italian recipes is eggplant Parmigiana.The recipe is now on line and you can read it in English and Italian, so you can learn Italian language (and object pronouns) and Italian cooking.Have a great day! (Buona giornata!)… and remember the Italian proverb: “L’appetito vien mangiando!” (Appetite comes with eating)

If you need an experienced Italian language teacher email me! I’m available for Italian instruction in Rome.

Posted in Cooking, Italian, Italian classes, Italian Grammar, Italian instruction, Italian native speaker, Italian teachers, Italian tuition, Italien, Italy, Learning, Lingua e cultura, Recipes | Leave a Comment »

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