Italian A1 Level : For Beginners!

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    20-40 Students
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  • 76 Hours
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About This Course

Learning a new language can be an exciting and rewarding experience, and Italian is a popular choice for many language enthusiasts. If you're just starting your journey into the world of Italian, you'll likely begin at the A1 level, which is the beginner's level. In this article, we will explore what you can expect from Italian for A1 and how to get started on your language-learning adventure.

Requirements

You don't need any prior knowledge to start this course - we will start from the beginning and gradually build up your knowledge!

The only thing you need is motivation to learn the language and a little spare time to watch videos and do the exercises.

Course Description

Learning a new language can be an exciting and rewarding experience, and Italian is a popular choice for many language enthusiasts. If you're just starting your journey into the world of Italian, you'll likely begin at the A1 level, which is the beginner's level. In this article, we will explore what you can expect from Italian for A1 and how to get started on your language-learning adventure.


At the A1 level, the focus of Italian language learning is on building a solid foundation in the basics. You will learn essential vocabulary, common phrases, and the fundamentals of Italian grammar. This includes understanding and using simple sentence structures, basic verb conjugation, and noun and adjective agreement. Pronunciation and listening skills will also be developed to help you understand and communicate in Italian.


To begin your journey into Italian at the A1 level, it's crucial to have a reliable resource such as a beginner's textbook or an online course designed specifically for beginners. These resources will guide you through the essential topics and provide exercises to practice what you've learned. Additionally, engaging with native Italian speakers or joining language exchange groups can greatly enhance your learning experience by providing opportunities to practice speaking and listening skills.


Remember, learning a new language takes time and effort, so be patient with yourself. Set small, achievable goals and celebrate your progress along the way. Italian for A1 is just the beginning of your language-learning journey, and with dedication and practice, you'll soon find yourself conversing confidently in the beautiful language of Italy. Buon Viaggio! (Good journey!)

Who This Course Is For:
  • Anyone who wants to start learning Spanish or wants to repeat the basics

Course Content

• Level Beginner • 63 Classes • 76 Hours

Unit 1

11 lectures, 17:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 1. 1 Introduce yourself Exercises 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 2 Introduce yourself 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 3 i numeri 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 4 the numbers 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 5 the three conjugation 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 6 The three conjugations - Exercises 01:00:00
Lecture 1. 7 Most frequent regular verbs in ARE 02:00:00
Lecture 1. 8 Most frequent regular verbs in ARE - Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Lecture 1. 9 Introduce yourself (2) 01:00:00
Lecture 1. 10 Introduce yourself (2) 01:00:00
Lecture 1. 11 Introduce yourself (2) - Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Unit 2

5 lectures, 07:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 2. 1 Writing A1: introduce yourself 01:00:00
Lecture 2. 2 Most frequent regular verbs in ERE 01:00:00
Lecture 2. 3 Most frequent regular verbs in ERE - Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Lecture 2. 4 The days of the week 02:00:00
Lecture 2. 5 The days of the week - Translation Exercise 02:00:00
Unit 3

5 lectures, 10:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 3. 1 Months and seasons 02:00:00
Lecture 3. 2 Definite articles 02:00:00
Lecture 3. 3 Definite articles - Exercises 02:00:00
Lecture 3. 4 Most frequent regular verbs in IRE 02:00:00
Lecture 3. 5 Most frequent regular verbs in IRE - Translation Exercise 02:00:00
Unit 4

6 lectures, 10:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 4. 1 Welcome to the second part of the A1 course 01:00:00
Lecture 4. 2 Introduce yourself formally 01:00:00
Lecture 4. 3 Introduce yourself formally - Translation Exercise 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 4 Indefinite articles 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 5 Indefinite articles - Exercises 02:00:00
Lecture 4. 6 Physical aspect 02:00:00
Unit 5

3 lectures, 05:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 5. 1 Writing A1: describe yourself 02:00:00
Lecture 5. 2 The 24 most used irregular verbs in the present tense (first part) 02:00:00
Lecture 5. 3 Family members 01:00:00
Unit 6

6 lectures, 07:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 6. 1 Possessives (long explanation) 02:00:00
Lecture 6. 2 Possessives - Exercises 01:00:00
Lecture 6. 3 Writing A1: describe your family 01:00:00
Lecture 6. 4 Frequency adverbs 01:00:00
Lecture 6. 5 Modal verbs 01:00:00
Lecture 6. 6 Modal verbs - Exercises 01:00:00
Unit 7

22 lectures, 15:33:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 7. 1 The 24 most used irregular verbs in the present tense (second part) 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 2 Dialogue: "io studio e lavoro" 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 3 Dialogue: "io studio e lavoro" - Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 4 My day/ My daily routine 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 5 Writing A1: your daily routine 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 6 The 24 most used irregular verbs in the present tense (third part) 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 7 What time is it? (Che ore sono?) 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 8 Dialogue: "Sono in Italia da 10 anni" 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 9 Dialogue: "Sono in Italia da 10 anni" - Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 10 Dialogue: "Sono in Italia da 10 anni" - Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Lecture 7. 11 Dialogue: "In bocca al lupo" 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 12 Dialogue: "In bocca al lupo" - Translation Exercise 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 13 The 24 most used irregular verbs in the present tense (fourth part) 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 14 The 24 most used irregular verbs in the present tense - Exercises 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 15 Grammar: "Stare + gerundio" 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 16 Grammar: "Stare + gerundio" - Exercises 00:03:00
Lecture 7. 17 The House 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 18 Writing A1: describe your house 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 19 I mezzi di trasporto 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 20 Il passato prossimo 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 21 Esercizi passato prossimo 00:30:00
Lecture 7. 22 Verbi irregolari al passato prossimo più comuni 00:30:00
Unit 8

5 lectures, 05:00:00 min

Lecture Unit Time (Minutes)
Lecture 8. 1 Dialogue: Directions 01:00:00
Lecture 8. 2 Dialogue: Directions - Exercises 01:00:00
Lecture 8. 3 At the supermarket + Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Lecture 8. 4 At the bar + Translation Exercise 01:00:00
Lecture 8. 5 At the clothing store 01:00:00
FAQs

he A1 level in the Italian language is the beginner level, where learners are introduced to the basics of Italian grammar, vocabulary, and common expressions.

At the A1 level, you will learn essential vocabulary, basic grammar rules, and simple conversational phrases. You will be able to introduce yourself, ask and answer simple questions, and have basic interactions in Italian.

The time required to reach the A1 level in Italian can vary depending on factors such as prior language learning experience and study consistency. Generally, it takes around 80-100 hours of study to complete the A1 level.

Yes, there are online platforms and language learning websites that offer A1 Italian courses. These courses provide structured lessons, interactive exercises, and opportunities to practice speaking and listening skills with instructors and fellow learners.

At the A1 level, you will develop basic listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Italian. You will be able to understand and use simple phrases and expressions in everyday situations.

Yes, the A1 level in Italian enables you to communicate basic needs and engage in simple conversations while traveling in Italian-speaking countries.

While there are no specific internationally recognized certificates for the A1 level in Italian, you can still receive a certificate of completion from language learning institutions or online platforms.

To practice your Italian skills at the A1 level, you can engage in activities such as listening to Italian music or podcasts, watching Italian movies or TV shows with subtitles, practicing simple conversations with language exchange partners, and using Italian language apps or online resources.

Absolutely! After completing the A1 level, you can progress to higher levels such as A2, B1, and beyond. Each level will build upon the previous one, allowing you to expand your vocabulary, grammar knowledge, and conversational skills in Italian.

Learning Italian at the A1 level allows you to start understanding and communicating in one of the most beautiful languages in the world. It opens up opportunities for cultural exploration, travel, and basic interactions with Italian speakers. Additionally, it serves as a solid foundation for further language learning and personal growth.

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