Our Standard Italian courses will help you go from struggling to ask for a cup of coffee to feeling completely at ease with the Italian language. Whatever type of Italian language tuition you’re looking for - short-term, long-term, intensive or standard - at whatever level, you’ll find a course to suit you. Italian lessons from April to October for all levels. Lessons are conducted in small international groups. Learning is gradual and progressive. The beginning of the courses takes place every Monday for those who are not beginners, and every two weeks for absolute beginners. Our teachers are Italian and have the best qualifications mother tongue. They use modern teaching materials and use a communicative method.
A long term Italian course is one of the most effective and economical ways to develop fluency in Italian. Develop fluency in Italian and have one of the most amazing experiences of your life. This course provides a total immersion in Italian life and culture. It is meant for beginners who are starting to learn the language or for those who possess basic knowledge of the Italian language and who wish to spend a long time in Italy. With this course they will learn in a progressive and effective techniques of written and oral communication, using the contents of each level from level A1 (Beginner) to level C1. You can prepare yourself for the examination AIL Firenze.
Centro Giacomo Puccini offers a variety of Italian Courses for Professionals designed to help you use Italian in your career. Whether your Italian language goal is to negotiate for a multinational company or simply to be able to get around during your business trips abroad, our programs give you what you need. Feel confident giving presentations and taking part in meetings with clients, colleagues and suppliers. Feel comfortable making small talk, Improve cross-cultural understanding in a business context. Improve business writing skills especially digital: emails, texts & tweets
Based on an immersive, communication-based approach to language acquisition students learn the Spanish grammar step by step according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) accompanied by writing, listening, vocabulary and conversation practice. Class activities, for example, include reading newspaper articles, practicing telephone conversations and watching Spanish films followed by analysis and debate.