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Archive for the ‘Kurse’ Category

Come to Rome and enjoy Italian culture

Posted by Monica Corrias on April 13, 2008

Ciao, why come to Rome? As you know there are a lot of good reasons to come here, first of all the opportunity to cultural exchange in a city steeped in history and culture. Now there is a new good occasion: from April 4th to May 25th the “FotoGrafia-Rome’s International Festival” seventh edition, titled “Seeing normality. Photography portrays daily life” and sponsored by the Municipality of Rome.
If you like photography and you want to visit Rome important museum, I suggest you don’t miss this opportunity! There are many free exhibitions of Italian and international photographers around the city and you could speak and listen to Italian.

– In the meanwhile, to improve your Italian I posted a new piece of information about Italian future tense [click here]

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and some links to listen to Italian songs using the future tense: “Un senso” di Vasco Rossi; “Meravigliosa creatura” di Gianna Nannini; “Oh che sarà” di Ivano Fossati con Fiorella Mannoia; “Un altro mare” dei Tiromancino; “Ti insegnerò” di Povia

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Learn Italian with visual dictionary

Posted by Monica Corrias on March 28, 2008

Ciao a tutti, come state?

Vi scrivo solo due righe per informarvi che mi hanno invitato ad un gruppo molto carino su Flickr. In questo gruppo si impara l’italiano cercando di usare le foto (per creare vocabolari visuali) e traducendo le frasi o le espressioni importanti.

Vi consiglio di “dare un’occhiata” e, se vi piace, di iscrivervi al gruppo. Questo è il link (vi ricordo che i link su questo blog sono di colore verde e non sono sottolineati, quindi fate attenzione, soprattutto per ascoltare la musica).

Buona giornata a tutti.

duomo dai vicoli
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P.S. Vi ho detto che la scorsa settimana sono andata a Orvieto?

.Vi ho inserito una foto (le altre le potete vedere su Flickr: basta seguire il link che è sulla foto), così potete farvi un’idea della bellezza di questa cittadina dell’Umbria.

Quando ne avrete la possibilità, andateci!

Ancora buona giornata a tutti.

Posted in Classes, Courses, Italian, Italian for foreigners, Italian language, Italienisch, Kurse, Learning Italian | Tagged: , | 2 Comments »

Photos!

Posted by Monica Corrias on September 6, 2007

Ciao a tutti!

Ecco due immagini mandate da Marta, una studentessa di Madrid che ha frequentato di recente il nostro corso d’italiano.

Grazie Marta… e a presto. 🙂

fainuovierrori.jpg

gruppo.jpg

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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”

Posted in Courses, Italian, Italian for foreigners, Italian language school, Italienisch, Italy, Kurse, Rome, Scholarships, School | 1 Comment »

Learn Italian “Passato prossimo” and Italian pronouns

Posted by Monica Corrias on July 23, 2007

Ciao, how nice that you are here to learn Italian. Today I would like to tell you about Italian passato prossimo with pronouns.

Ho inserito una nuova lezione scritta quasi completamente in italiano. Se (= if) puoi apprendere questa lezione significa che puoi anche capire la mia spiegazione in italiano. Non ti preoccupare (don’t worry), è facile. Ora però vediamo il “passato prossimo” con i pronomi.

Ciao, e se puoi continua a sentire musica italiana.

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Last minute Italian language courses in Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on May 17, 2007

20% discount on Italian language courses starting on 4th June.


Ciao Italia school is open the whole year round and offers courses for all levels from beginners to advanced.

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 lesson lasts 55 minutes). Click here to compare to the usual prices.

Accommodation is booked only for the duration of the course.

If you are interested, please contact the secretary office and mention this blog as your referrer

mail: info@ciao-italia.it

Posted in accomodations, Bildungsurlaub, Courses, Italian, Italian for foreigners, Italian language school, Italienische Sprache, Italy, Kurse, Rome, School | Leave a Comment »

Italian language courses in Rome

Posted by Monica Corrias on May 1, 2007

New courses are starting at “Ciao Italia” school.

CLASSES
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 »

Italian modal verbs: how can I use it?

Posted by Monica Corrias on April 28, 2007

How can I say in Italian:

  • Can you repeat that, please?”  You have to say: ” Puoi ripetere, per favore?”

and also,

  • “I’m not able to come” = non posso venire
  • “This evening I have to work and I can‘t go out” = Questa sera devo lavorare e non posso uscire
  • Can you help me?” = “Puoi aiutarmi?

To say these sentences  you need the Italian verbs “potere” and “dovere”.

I posted some useful sentences for you with Italian verbs  “Dovere“,”Volere” and “Potere” in the blog-page “Classes“.

Potere, Dovere e Volere are modal verbs and usually they are used before a verb in the infinitive.

I hope you are happy to study and learn Italian language on line.

Take care and have a good time!

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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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