Our Italian courses are divided into the standard proficiency levels: the basic levels A1-A2, the intermediate levels B1-B2 and the advanced levels C1-C2. Each level is further divided into two parts, e.g. A1.1 and A1.2.
Each course contains four or five thematic learning units. Each units contains Communication topics, Grammar, Vocabulary, an extra section called Pausa Caffè and an episode of our Videocorso. Each unit has also a final Unit Test. An extra Test is made at the end of each course.
Note: You won’t find complete courses yet, but we are working on it. We want to offer free, but high quality courses and as you can image this takes time. Thank you for your patience and your support!
The level A1.1 is the beginner level, right for people who has no or very less knowledge of Italian and want to start learning. With this course you’ll learn to use familiar everyday expressions and basic phrases, introduce yourself, ask and answer questions about personal details and use basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs like ordering a coffee.
The level A1.2 is the continuation of the beginner level A1.1. Together this two courses gives you A1 knowledge. With this course you’ll learn to use familiar everyday expressions and basic phrases in a vacation context, ask and answer questions when traveling and use basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of concrete needs.