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Italian I - Beginner   

This is a basic course for students who have had little or no Italian. The purpose of this level is to study Italian grammar in order to develop reading, speaking, and listening skills. We will be using the text L'Italia d'Oggi (Italian Now) ISBN 978-1-4380-0006-0 with a conversational approach and Easy Reader as a reading book. Books can be purchased at the STC bookstore, located at STC Building 2.

 

Italian I - Beginner
Item: LI1005 Ida Colarullo
Tu 10/5/2021 - 12/14/2021 

Students must bring and wear a mask at all times.

NO CLASS NOV 23.  


*Please check with the ACE office to be sure the class has met its minimum before purchasing materials.
Required textbook: Italian Now (L'Italia d'Oggi), Level 1, Second Edition, Marcel Danesi, Ph.D. Barron's ISBN 978-1-4380-0006-0 with a conversational approach. Available in the STC Bookstore while supplies last or online.   Call (941) 924-1365 for STC bookstore hours.


 

 

 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Fee: $139.00

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