Language course in the morning and free time in the afternoon
The Italian standard course is the most popular group course attended by students. It’s the perfect choice for those who want to improve their communicative competence in the Italian language and enjoy lots of free time taking part to our afternoon activities.
During this Italian language course the students expand their vocabulary while learning how to communicate fluently in Italian in everyday life. Focuses on Italian Grammar are part of the programme. However, the objective of the Italian classes is not the study of a different grammatical topic every day, but the daily use of the Italian language in real communicative situations. Students are stimulated first to communicate and secondly to do it in a more accurate and efficient way.
The course is available for any language level identified by the CEFR .
Classes are every morning from Monday to Friday from 9:30 until 13:00 with 30 minutes break.
 The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The identified levels are A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 e C2.
Al prezzo del corso va aggiunta la quota d’iscrizione di 50 euro (valida per 12 mesi). Tale quota comprende i materiali usati in classe, l’uso del centro, la ricerca gratuita dell’alloggio, il test d’ingresso, la valutazione del livello e altri servizi.
Studying Italian in Verona in our Italian language school means also to meet new people and socialize in a professional and welcoming environment.
In the Italian course there are people from many different countries. During the Italian classes the teacher encourages students to participate to group works and conversations about new topics every day and to collaborate for the fulfilment of tasks tailored to suit their communicative needs.
In our language school the real protagonists are the students that create their own competence under the guide of experienced teachers.
The teaching materials are always updated and often created specifically for that group of students. The goals of the course are those identified by the level but also the specific goals identified by the teacher or expressed by the students during the Italian course.