Online 24h Italian Group Class Beginner A1.2
Our Italian Language Course Online at Level A1.2 is designed to help you continue your language learning journey with confidence. Building on the foundation established in A1.1, this course will help you further develop your Italian language skills, so that you can communicate effectively in real-life situations. With a focus on practical communication, our experienced instructors will guide you through engaging lessons that will help you improve your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Italian.
Welcome to our online 24h Italian Group Class Beginner A1.2! This course is designed for students who have completed our A1.1 course or have equivalent knowledge of the Italian language. In this course, you’ll continue to build your basic language skills and expand your vocabulary and grammar knowledge.
Our experienced and qualified instructors will guide you through interactive and engaging lessons that focus on practical communication in real-life situations. You’ll learn how to ask and answer questions, make basic requests, and engage in simple conversations in Italian. You’ll also develop your reading and writing skills in Italian, as well as your listening and comprehension skills through authentic audio and video materials.
Our online 24h Italian Group Class Beginner A1.2 offers the flexibility to learn at your own pace, with both live classes and on-demand materials available. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to practice your language skills with other students in the class through group activities and role-plays.
By the end of this course, you’ll have reached the A1.2 level of proficiency in Italian and be well on your way to achieving your language learning goals. Our course also prepares you for Italian language certification exams such as CELI and CILS.
Join our community of passionate Italian language learners from around the world and sign up today!
Courses are offered on a modular basis (from module 1 to module 3) and each module follows the standards of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2). Each teaching class lasts 2 hours, for a total of 12 classes (24 hours) per module. The A1 book will be issued on the first day of lesson and will be used for all of the 3 modules.
Students must maintain a minimum of 75% attendance (9 lessons out of 12) to be eligible for a Certificate of Attendance awarded by the Singapore Italian School.
By reaching the A1 level, the student has a basic knowledge of the Italian language and is able to test their Italian language knowledge through the language exam CELI and CILS. These exams are internationally recognized and provide a valuable certification that can be used for academic or professional purposes.
The CELI (Certificato di Conoscenza della Lingua Italiana) is offered by the University for Foreigners of Perugia, while the CILS (Certificazione di Italiano come Lingua Straniera) is offered by the University for Foreigners of Siena. Both exams assess the student’s proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking in Italian, and provide a detailed evaluation of their language skills.
Obtaining a CELI or CILS certification can greatly enhance the student’s career opportunities or academic prospects, as well as serve as a personal achievement in their language learning journey.
Our students can take this exam at the end of their A1.3 module, once they have completed successfully all of the 3 modules A1. At the end of each module (A1.1, A1.2, A1.3) they will be tested with a 50-minutes exam based on the topics learned in the module, which however does not function as a language certificate.
- Over 12 lectures and 24 hours of content.
- Small classes (4-8 pax) for a better language practice and learning.
- Lessons recaps sent weekly directly from your teacher.
- Make-up classes at competitive prices.
- Online continuous learning and assessment.
- Conversational Italian supported by grammatical evidences.
- Course content designed by considering both the students’ needs and the Common Framework Reference for Languages (CEFR) standards.
- Practical assignments at the end of every session.
- Extra material for those students who want to improve one specific linguistic dimension.