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Study Italian in Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on August 15, 2007

Are you moving to Italy to enjoy Italian life and culture? Would you like to study Italian in relaxed and friendly atmosphere? What about Rome? I suggest you to come in September or in October.
Ciao Italia (Italian language school in Rome) is open the whole year round and lessons are normally given from Monday to Friday (mornings and afternoons), except during national or local holidays, and today August 15th is one of them, but Rome is amazing and museum and tourist place are open today so our students are enjoying Rome.
The school offers courses for all levels – from beginners to advanced – therefore generally I teach students in different levels. I can teach classes with people of different nationalities who have a similar language level (group are maximum 12 students), or private lessons.
The teaching structure in Ciao Italia school breaks down into 5 levels:
Level 1, for absolute beginners;
Level 2, elementary: for those who have some basic knowledge;
Level 3, pre-intermediate: more complex sentences and terms;
Level 4, intermediate: higher comprehension of spoken and written Italian.
Level 5, advanced: is for students who have a good knowledge of the language, both theoretical and practical.
Also I taught students for the University entrance exam or the C.I.L.S. certificates (Università per Stranieri di Siena).

If you like, you can test your Italian on line here.

Ciao, a breve la prossima lezione on line e ricorda: “All roads lead to Rome” = “Tutte le strade portano a Roma”


One Response to “Study Italian in Rome”

  1. Zintia said

    Todos los caminos llevan a Roma (spagnolo, e perciò si pronuncia Rrrrrrroma!!)
    Todos os camiños levan a Roma (galego)
    Todos os caminhos vão dar a Roma (portoghese)
    Credo che queste siano tutte le lingue che io conosco e che ti mancano… Ma penso che questo proverbio si può trovare in molte altre lingue, o dovrebbe potersi trovare!
    Forse mi vedi qualche volta per qui… Immagina che imparo a mettere le doppie dove devono essere!

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