Whether you want to speak Italian for travel or personal enrichment, our classes are a great way to learn la bella lingua. And our classes cover the full range of proficiency levels from beginning to advanced.
Beginning Italian classes introduce you to basic vocabulary and expressions used in everyday situations.
Beginning lessons cover how to:
•Ask and respond to simple questions
•Engage in simple conversations
•Interact in social, business, and travel situations
•Read a variety of basic written materials
•Write simple sentences on everyday topics.
Intermediate and advanced classes build on your existing skills to help you read, write, and speak Italian with greater fluency.
Intermediate and advanced lessons teach you how to:
•Engage in conversations with ease and confidence
•Increase your proficiency in Italian grammar and vocabulary
•Read and understand the meaning of Italian texts and articles
•Write short essays on common topics
•Deepen your understanding of current Italian culture
Classes meet once a week for 5-10 weeks. All instructors are native Italian speakers.
Are you seeking new skills for personal and professional development? Join us for our Certificate Open House on Wednesday, March 30th... More »
Now that you've learned Italian, practice your skills! Cultura Italiana is an opportunity to improve your conversational fluency in Italian... More »
This twice-weekly course is for beginners who have never studied the Italian language. Participants will learn basic verb conjugations and u... More »
This twice-weekly course continues to build on skills learned in Level 1. Intended for beginners who have never studied the Italian languag... More »
A class for intermediate students who want to hone their skills learned in Italian levels 1-3. Review the use of verbs to correctly express... More »
Deepen your understanding of Italian film, language, and culture. You'll be watching and discussing classic Italian movies, animation, and T... More »
Students will learn pronunciation, the essentials of grammar, and basic everyday vocabulary and expressions in the present tense. Required t... More »
For students who have taken one quarter of Italian or the equivalent. You will practice present tense and expand expression in culturally ap... More »
For students who have taken two quarters of Italian or the equivalent. Emphasis is on strengthening communicative skills through conversatio... More »
For students who have had three quarters of Italian or equivalent experience. Required text: Avanti! Beginning Italian, 2nd ed., Volume 2. C... More »
For students who have had four quarters of Italian or equivalent experience. Focusing on grammar, speaking and listening comprehension. Taug... More »
Approfondite la conoscenza dell’Italia e degli Italiani. Leggete e discutete gli eventi correnti usando giornali e riviste italiani. Migli... More »
Guardate l’Italia come fanno gli Italiani. Immergetevi nella cultura e nella lingua italiane attraverso letture e video clip. Discutete gl... More »
Students will learn survival travel vocabulary and cultural information in preparation for a visit to Italy. ... More »
See Italy the way the Italians do. Read and discuss current events using the latest Italian publications. Prerequisite: at least seven quart... More »
If you're planning a trip to a place where Italian, or Spanish is the primary language, learn the basics in one of our brief courses for travelers. Or spend a Saturday morning receiving a cultural orientation to Rome or Madrid. Read more. . .
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