Benvenuti in Italia! Orientarsi con l'italiano - Part 1 (POK)

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Benvenuti in Italia! Orientarsi con l'italiano - Part 1 (POK)
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No prerequisite knowledge is required, but it is necessary to speak English.
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Benvenuti in Italia! Orientarsi con l'italiano - Part 1 (POK)
Italian as a second language with e-LOCAL (Electronically Learning Other Cultures and Languages). This beginner’s course, stemming from the European project E-LOCAL, will guide you into the discovery of Italian language and culture.

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The course is divided into 2 parts, part I and part II. In part I you will follow the main characters of the course in their adventures: Anna and Alex. With them you will discover the Italian language and culture. They are two Erasmus students who arrive in Bologna. Anna and Alex are welcomed in their university town by Lorenzo and Lucia and are helped in their learning process by Elena and Giovanni.

Part I is organised in 4 main units, plus an introductory unit and a final assessment unit. In units 1-4 you will find:

- a story with seven situations and a comprehension quiz at the end;

- grammar explanations along with related exercises;

- cultural pills with short tests and everyday information;

- language exercises to fix grammar, lexicon and communicative aspects.

You will also find a unit 0 with preliminary grammar information, and a final unit with the assessment of the course.

In each part of the course, where necessary, you will find a specific glossary, but please remember that you will always have the Overall Glossary at your disposal, which contains the entire vocabulary used during the course. You will also be able to download the Overall Grammar, which includes all the grammar explanations of the course. You can find both the Overall Glossary and the Overall Grammar in the Additional Materials.

At the end of this course a new edition will be activated.

The course materials will still be available to all registered users for a long time, even after the closing of the edition.

You can access the course absolutely free of charge and completely online.



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Free Course
No prerequisite knowledge is required, but it is necessary to speak English.

MOOC List is learner-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.