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Italian Style- Courses of Specialist Italian

The Accademia di Italiano has developed a wide range of individual and combination (group + individual lessons) called Italian Style, intended for students interested in developing not only the linguistic, but also the cultural aspects of products Made in Italy, which receive so much acclaim the world over.
The specialist individual lessons have a completely personalized study program and schedule, based on the starting level, schedule constraints and the goals of the student. The combination courses combine group lessons of General Italian (3h every day) with individual Specialist lessons (1h30' every day).
It is possible to register for only individual Specialist lessons.
As with all Specialist lessons, a minimum starting level of Elementary/Pre-Intermediate A2/B1 is required.

Course information
A rather flexible syllabus easily molded to fit the goals of the individual student, has been developed for each of these courses.
After the entrance test and the inital in-depth needs analysis, the syllabus is then personalized to reach the desired results.

  • Extension of specialist vocabulary in relation to arguments covered
  • Active and involving discussions on specialist topics
  • In-depth study of personalized themes
  • Wide selection of up-to-date content
  • Teaching program created in conjunction with the student after the entrance test
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