• With beginner's course 3, you will practise and improve vocabulary relating to various topics: cooking, eating, searching for an apartment and free time. New verbs will be introduced in dialogues, and you will learn how to put your Italian into practice in everyday situations according to level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    Anche tu sei sposato? Part 1

    Are you married too?

    Here you'll learn: reflexive verbs - regular -ire verbs - talking about your family

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    Anche tu sei sposato? Part 2

    Are you married too?

    Here you'll learn: the double negation - special -ire verbs - describing personal characteristics

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    Anche tu sei sposato? Review

    Are you married too?

    Here you'll review: vocabulary from the last two lessons - reflexive verbs - ire verbs - double negation

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    Italian pronunciation: "gli" and "qu"

    Here you'll learn: how gli and qu are correctly pronounced

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    Un sacco di melanzane! Part 1

    A lot of aubergines!

    Here you'll learn: how to give exact measurements - the forms of fare - 100 numbers

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    Un sacco di melanzane! Part 2

    A lot of aubergines!

    Here you'll learn: how to shop at the market - indefinite measurements - saying what is great

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    Un sacco di melanzane! Review

    A lot of aubergines!

    Here you'll review: vocabulary from the last two lessons - the forms of fare - 100 numbers and measurements

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    Italian pronunciation: "ci" and "gi" before vowels

    Here you'll learn: when the i in ci and gi is not pronounced

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    Ti piace quest'appartamento? Part 1

    Do you like this apartment?

    Here you'll learn: the demonstative determiners - the difference between questo and quello - to say what you like and what you don't like

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    Ti piace quest'appartamento? Part 2

    Do you like this apartment?

    Here you'll learn: the direct object pronouns - the contraction of in together with the definite articles - to describe an apartment

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    Ti piace quest'appartamento? Review

    Do you like this apartment?

    Here you'll review: vocabulary from the last two lessons - the demonstative determiners - the contraction of in and an article

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    Italian pronunciation: "sc"

    Here you'll learn: the two ways of pronouncing sc

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    Che tipo di sport preferisci? Part 1

    What type of sport do you prefer?

    Here you'll learn: the forms of sapere - regular adverbs - to talk about sports

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    Che tipo di sport preferisci? Part 2

    What type of sport do you prefer?

    Here you'll learn: the forms of potere - the usage of sapere and potere - to discuss plans for your freetime

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    Che tipo di sport preferisci? Review

    What type of sport do you prefer?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the last two parts - the forms and usage of sapere and potere - regular adverbs

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    Italian pronunciation: "h" and consecutive vowels

    Here you'll learn: two important principles of Italian pronunciation - the silent h - two vowels that follow each other

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    Muoio di fame! Part 1

    I am dying of hunger!

    Here you'll learn: adapting troppo, molto... - talking about what you eat

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    Muoio di fame! Part 2

    I am dying of hunger!

    Here you'll learn: the passato prossimo with avere (to have) and essere (to be) - discussing Italian specialities and favourite dishes

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    Muoio di fame! Review

    I am dying of hunger!

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the last two parts - the passato prossimo - the forms of troppo, molto, poco, altrettanto

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