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Italian Intermediates: Conditional Verb Tense, Popular Expressions, Numbers
In 7 classes, students gain confidence in learning Italian by focusing on grammar, verbs, and mini-conversation skills. We will go over the conditional verb tense (presente and passato), popular exclamation expressions, and ordinal numbers.
Emily Culbertson | Italian Teacher & Italian Tutor
474 total reviews for this teacher
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$25 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 7 weeks
45 minutes per class
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This course is a part of the series called Italian Intermediates, intended to be after the series Let's Start Speaking Italian 1-8. However, your student can jump in at any level to learn the Italian grammar, vocabulary, and verbs we are focusing on for this course. Week 1: i numberi ordinali (saying first, second, third,...). We'll learn how to say 1st to 10th and then the patterns up to 1,000th. We'll also look at examples in sentences. (p312) Week 2: Regular verbs in the Condizionale...
The goal of this class is to help students get excited and feel confident in speaking some Italian through learning some key grammar and verb skills. We will go over the conditional verb tense in presente and passato, learn ordinal numbers, and popular exclamation expressions in order to get them interested in foreign languages for college or feeling more confident in upper Italian for those learning the language for fun, traveling to Italy, living in Italy, or understanding Italian relatives better.
I believe that taking foreign language classes opens the doors to many opportunities. In high school, I took Spanish, and at university, I learned up to the Intermediate level in Italian. I now give students the opportunity to learn the Italian language by making it fun and engaging through my teaching style, print-offs, and Quizlets games. I have been teaching basic through intermediate Italian courses since 2019 involving basic conversation skills, grammar (present indicative, passato prossimo, conjugating verbs with pronouns, adjectives reflecting the correct the-- as there are 7 the's in Italian, and more), as well as vocabulary and fairytale reading classes to make the language to come to life in a fun way. I've taught over 900 students.
Optional to review the material taught.
Printer will be needed if you desire to print off the pdf of what we learn in each class.
There are no quizzes or tests. We review and engage in mini-conversations together. Your student should expect to participate. If asked, I provide a certificate in pdf format for finishing the course.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Quizlet may be given at times as a ways to review what we learned. Your student will need an account signed up for in order to play the games/ save the scores. Italiano Bello is a website that I may suggest students using to review verb tenses-- no signs ups or accounts required. It will also students to practice creating verbs in that verb tense. YouTube may be used in class if extra timer permits to learn conversation skills, a song, or watch a show in Italian. No account needed. Links will be in classroom to re-watch video if desired.
Printables will be in the classroom. Quizlet may be given at times as a ways to review what we learned. Students will need an account signed up for in order to play the games/ save the scores. Italian Bello to review or look at examples. YouTube may be used in class if extra timer permits to learn conversation skills, a song, or watch a show in Italian.
Emily Culbertson | Italian Teacher & Italian TutorItalian for Beginners through Intermediate (ages 3 and up)
474 total reviews
568 completed classes
Hello, I'm Emily (or in Italiano, Ciao, Sono Emilia)! → A Bit About Me: I was born in England and currently live in the United States. I went to a Christian private school when I was younger and then did homeschooling until college. In May...