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Italian Immersion - Level 4   

Class Overview

Improve your communication abilities in Italian while enhancing your understanding of Italy and Italian culture. Continue to improve your listening and speaking skills through conversation, reading, media, and practice. Review and expand the use of grammar, verbs, and vocabulary. 

In this early intermediate class, we will review the use of indicative mood (passato prossimo, imperfetto, futuro), and the present and past progressive moods. Expand on your ability to use direct and indirect pronouns. Learn the present and past conditional moods, along with relative pronouns. 

Become more comfortable conversing in Italian about current and past events, and gain more insight into Italian culture. 

As a class we will also have the opportunity to attend Seattle Opera's production of the Barber of Seville by Rossini, enjoying discounted tickets with seats near the front. Enjoy a Seattle Opera hosted mixer for all the Italian classes in the Seattle area before the opera begins.


Learning Objectives

  • Build knowledge of Italian grammar (indicative and conditional moods)
  • Strengthen listening and speaking skills 
  • Become more comfortable conversing in Italian about current and past events
  • Gain more understanding of Italian culture


Recommended Textbook

Il Ladro di Scarpe (ebook with audio) by Enrico Lovato; publisher: Alma Edizioni. Ean: 9788861823693 (paper version) or 9788861825277 (ebook) 


Who Might Enjoy This Class?

Prerequisite: students who have completed Italian Immersion - Level 3, Italian - Level 3, or comparable education (present and past tense at an elementary level).

  • Italian language students who wish to become more confident in understanding and speaking Italian, and more familiar with Italian culture
  • Students interested in improving their language skills in a more immersive classroom experience

This class is currently not available. 


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