Italian Language Courses

Learn Italian with Us

Italy is considered to be the leading economy in the world which is listed in the fifth position for their excellent economies around the world. Besides this, many people are learning to speak both Italian as well as English languages within their country.

Moreover, Italian is known to be a romantic language that is much closer to Latin. Furthermore, languages like Italian is also considered as a scientific language that offers a larger opportunity to a student by studying physical sciences as well as mathematics. It is considered to be the world's leading country in culinary art, interior design, fashion, graphic design, furniture design, and many more things.

 

Career-Crafters offers coaching for 2 levels of the Italian language Basic and Intermediate Courses. Our aim is to prepare you to communicate effectively in the Italian Language

Basic Course 30 Hours

Introducing yourself

  • Nationality

  • Address and telephone number

  • Asking and saying how one is

  • Asking and giving personal details about one’s job and the languages one speaks

  • Apologising

  • Ordering food and drink at a bar and paying

  • Reading a simple menu

  • Spelling one’s name

  • Talking about one’s preferences

  • Asking and telling the time

  • Talking about one’s everyday routine

  • Referring events in a chronological order

  • Expressing frequency

  • Expressing likes and dislikes

  • The Italian alphabet

  • Numbers 1-100

  • Days of the week

  • Booking a table at a restaurant

  • Understanding simple city directions & Understanding a menu

  • Expressing agreement/disagreement

  • Adjectives

  • Some Italian recipes

Intermediate Course 30 Hours

Introducing yourself

  • Giving instructions for a touristic itinerary, a recipe, or a set of rules

  • Describing people and situations in the past

  • Talking about your family, yourself, and your origins

  • Making a reservation

  • Ordering at a restaurant

  • Inviting and accepting an invitation

  • Expressing your opinion, making comments about your experiences

  • Describing situations and events in the past

  • Agreeing & disagreeing

  • Having an argument

  • Building friendly, informal relationships

  • Projects and wishes for the future

  • Hypothesis, suppositions, and resolutions

  • The world of work

  • Telling the plot of a movie/a book

  • Streets and street signs

  • Excuses and accepting excuses

  • Talking about cities and culture

  • Conflict and resolution

  • Linking past to present

  • Making friends – talking about self, states of mind and feelings

  • Making polite requests

  • Giving explanations, finding solutions, saying “sorry”