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Here’s what you will learn in this course:


Italian Pronunciation and Spelling

UNIT 1: Pronunciation of Italian Vowels, UNIT 2: Introducing Yourself, UNIT 3: Pronunciation of Italian Consonants, UNIT 4: Introducing People, UNIT 5: Italian Spelling and Capitalization, UNIT 6: Using the Verb Piacere, UNIT 7: Asking People How They Are, UNIT 8: Names and Surnames, QUIZ

Meeting and Greeting People

UNIT 9: Italian Nouns, UNIT 10: Asking Chi è?, UNIT 11: Asking Che cosa è?, UNIT 12: Plural Nouns,

UNIT 13: Asking Chi sono? and Che cosa sono?, UNIT 14: Italian Titles, UNIT 15: Meeting and Greeting Expressions, QUIZ

Asking Questions

UNIT 16: More Plural Nouns, UNIT 17: Days of the Week and Months of the Year, UNIT 18: Languages and Nationalities, UNIT 19: Question Words, UNIT 20: Italian-Speaking World, UNIT 21: Other Countries Around the World, QUIZ  

Describing People and Things  

UNIT 22: Personal Pronouns, UNIT 23: Using the Verb Essere, UNIT 24: Adjectives, UNIT 25: Numbers from 0 to 20, UNIT 26: Italian Currency, UNIT 27: Numbers from 21 to 100, UNIT 28: Asking Questions with Prepositions, UNIT 29: Using Quanto and Quale, QUIZ

Expressing Likes and Dislikes

UNIT 30: Forms of the Indefinite Article, UNIT 31: Forms of the Definite Article, UNIT 32: Expressing Here and There with Essere, UNIT 33: Using the Verb Avere, UNIT 34: Using the Verb Stare, UNIT 35: More About Using the Verb Piacere, QUIZ, PART ONE TEST



Learning the Present Indicative with -are Verbs  

UNIT 36: Present Indicative of -are Verbs, UNIT 37: Expressions of Time, UNIT 38: Verbs Ending in -care, -gare, -ciare, and –giare, UNIT 39: Italian Food and Drink, UNIT 40: Using the Verbs Bere and Dare,

UNIT 41: More About Nouns and Gender, UNIT 42: Numbers from 101 to 1000, QUIZ

Prepositions and the Present Indicative of -ere Verbs

UNIT 43: Present Indicative of -ere Verbs, UNIT 44: Using the Verbs Fare and Dire, UNIT 45: Prepositional Contractions, UNIT 46: Numbers Over 1000, UNIT 47: Telling Time, QUIZ

Demonstratives and the Present Indicative of -ire Verbs

UNIT 48: Present Indicative of -ire Verbs, UNIT 49: Using the Verb Capire, UNIT 50: Using the Verbs Andare, Uscire, and Venire, UNIT 51: Ordinal Numbers, UNIT 52: Demonstratives, UNIT 53: Expressing Dates,

UNIT 54: Italian Holidays, QUIZ  

Present Progressives and Possessives

UNIT 55: Present Progressive Tense, UNIT 56: Using the Verbs Potere, Volere, and Dovere,

UNIT 57: Possessives, UNIT 58: Talking About the Weather, UNIT 59: Italian Cities, QUIZ

Giving Commands

UNIT 60: Imperative Tense, UNIT 61: Negative Imperative, UNIT 62: Using the Verbs Sapere and Conoscere, UNIT 63: Partitives 195 Talking About Addresses, QUIZ, PART TWO TEST  



Using Reflexive Verbs  

UNIT 64: Reflexive Verbs, UNIT 65: Imperative Forms of Reflexive Verbs, UNIT 66: Reciprocal Forms of Verbs, UNIT 67: Fractions and Other Numerical Expressions, UNIT 68: Clothing, QUIZ

Using the Present Perfect Tense  

UNIT 69: Present Perfect Tense with Avere, UNIT 70: Present Perfect Tense with Essere, UNIT 71: Irregular Past Participles, UNIT 72: More About the Definite Article, QUIZ

Using the Imperfect Tense  

UNIT 73: Imperfect Tense, UNIT 74: Irregular Verbs in the Imperfect Tense, UNIT 75: Progressive Form of the Imperfect Tense, UNIT 76: More About Demonstratives and Possessives, QUIZ  

Using the Pluperfect and Past Absolute Tenses

UNIT 77: Pluperfect Tense, UNIT 78: Past Absolute Tense, UNIT 79: Irregular Verbs in the Past Absolute Tense, UNIT 80: Transportation, QUIZ  

More About Nouns and Adjectives

UNIT 81: More About Masculine and Feminine Nouns, UNIT 82: Nouns of Greek Origin, UNIT 83: Position of Adjectives, UNIT 84: Form-Changing Adjectives, UNIT 85: Human Body, QUIZ, PART THREE TEST  



Talking About the Future

UNIT 86: Using the Future Tense, UNIT 87: Irregular Forms in the Future Tense, UNIT 88: Future Perfect Tense, UNIT 89: Talking About Sports, QUIZ

Using the Conditional Tense  

UNIT 90: Conditional Tense, UNIT 91: Irregular Forms in the Conditional Tense, UNIT 92: Past Conditional Tense, UNIT 93: Using Negatives, UNIT 94: Italian People, QUI

Using Object Pronouns  

UNIT 95: Object Pronouns, UNIT 96: Object Pronouns with Past Participles, UNIT 97: A Bit More About Adjectives, UNIT 98: Adverbs, UNIT 99: Computers and the Internet, QUIZ

Using Double and Attached Object Pronouns  

UNIT 100: Double Object Pronouns, UNIT 101: Attached Object Pronouns, UNIT 102: Stressed Pronouns,

UNIT 103: Still More About the Verb Piacere, QUIZ  

making Comparisons  

UNIT 104: More About Pronouns, UNIT 105: Adjectives of Comparison, UNIT 106: Adverbs of Comparison, UNIT 107: Relative Pronouns, UNIT 108: Italian Coffee, QUIZ, PART FOUR TEST, FINAL EXAM

Italian-English Glossary

English-Italian Glossary

Answer Key



Basic Skills- Italian Pronunciations and spelling

5 minutes

This course is designed for individuals who desire to grasp the fundamental concepts of the Italian language without undergoing a structured curriculum. It can also function as an add-on, supplementary, or primary course material for classrooms, one-on-one teaching, or homeschooling, as it provides a comprehensive overview of the main aspects of Italian grammar, vocabulary, and communication. The book presents a clear and simple explanation of important Italian grammatical concepts, including all major verb tenses. Along with grammar, vocabulary is taught through vocabulary lists and examples. The glossaries located at the end of the book include the most frequently used words.

Italian Pronunciations and spelling
1 minute

Here’s what you will learn in this chapter:

1- Pronunciation of Italian Vowels
2- Introducing Yourself
3- Pronunciation of Italian Consonants
4- Introducing People
5- Italian Spelling and Capitalization
6- Using the Verb Piacere
7- Asking People How They Are
8- Names and Surnames

Pronunciation of Italian vowels
5 minutes

How do you pronounce it? This chapter covers important aspects of Italian pronunciation. In Italian, there are two types of sounds: vowels and consonants. Vowels are made when you let air out of your mouth without stopping it. These letters are the same as those in English: a, e, i, o, u.

Because both Italian and English use the same alphabet, be careful not to confuse the sounds that particular letters represent! Some sounds in Italian may be different from the sounds those letters represent in English.

Italian stressed vowels are not pronounced with a "glide" as in English (for example, the added w sound in the middle of the word "going").

This chapter has pronunciation guides to help you learn the sounds of Italian. Follow them carefully so that you can sound like a pro!


Starting Course

After Intro

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Duration: 10 hours
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Video: 9 hours
Level: Advanced
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