Italian for Beginners

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What is Italian for Beginners Language Theatre? Is it a course or a play? It’s both! We proudly present a one-of-a kind educational program for beginners that includes vocabulary, grammar, exercises, dialogue, and much more in the form of a theatrical performance!
Follow our heroes from Act 1, with conversation mostly in English, to Act 22, where they speak mostly Italian! Together with Silvia's student, you will learn the fundamentals of Italian grammar and expressions. Your vocabulary will expand rapidly and naturally, and your comprehension skills will improve dramatically.
22 episodes · since Apr, 2015
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April 15, 2015 · transcript
- personal pronouns - present of ESSERE - negative form - introductions - omission of subject   Expression: Mamma mia!
April 15, 2015
- gendered adjectives and nouns - present indicative of STARE - Lei/tu - interrogative form   Expression: Non capire un'acca
April 15, 2015
- indefinite articles - c’è/ci sono   - numbers and idiomatic expressions
April 15, 2015
- avere - idiomatic expressions with avere - ce l’ho and dov’è   Expression: In bocca al lupo
April 15, 2015
- verbs in the first conjugation - definite articles - alphabet   Expression: Assolutamente
April 15, 2015
- verbs in the second conjugation - present indicative of fare and sapere - sounds /k/, /g/, /tf/, /dz/   Expresson: Fare bella e brutta figura
April 15, 2015
- verbs in the third conjugation - questo/quello - molto - diphthongs - vowels   Expression: Il dolce far niente
April 15, 2015
- possessives - direct object pronouns (mi, ti, lo, la, ci, vi, li, le) - present indicative of andare and potere - colors - double consonants   Idiomatic Expressions with Colors
April 15, 2015
- preposizioni articolate - present indicative of venire and dire - capitalization - time   Expression: Non vedere l’ora
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- reflexive verbs - modal verbs - personal pronouns with prepositions (con me, per te, a lui/lei, con noi, per voi, con loro) Expression: Volere è potere

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