• The next steps: talking about your job, going shopping, ordering at a restaurant and going on holiday. Learn all the expressions you need as well as grammar and pronunciation for level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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    Al lavoro Part 1

    At work

    Here you'll learn: to ask and answer questions about occupation - masculine and feminine forms of some occupations - plural forms of nouns

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    Al lavoro Part 2

    At work

    Here you'll learn: more on the theme 'occupations' - the verb lavorare (to work) - plural articles

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    Al lavoro Review

    At work

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - masculine and feminine endings - noun plurals with articles - the form of the verb lavorare

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    Desidera qualcos'altro? Part 1

    Would you like anything else?

    Here you'll learn: to order in a restaurant - what to call the things on the table

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    Desidera qualcos'altro? Part 2

    Would you like anything else?

    Here you'll learn: what's on a typical Italian menu - some important words for describing food - adjective endings

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    Desidera qualcos'altro? Review

    Would you like anything else?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - ordering in a restaurant - adjective endings

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    Italian pronunciation: "gn" and "v"

    Here you'll learn: the pronunciation of gn and v

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    Com'è Roma? Part 1

    What is Rome like?

    Here you'll learn: to ask about cities - to talk about city attractions with c'è/ci sono - the verb andare (to go)

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    Com'è Roma? Part 2

    What is Rome like?

    Here you'll learn: Here you'll learn: - to ask about buses - to talk about location - the prepositions al, alla and all'

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    Com'è Roma? Review

    What is Rome like?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - location words - the forms of the verb andare (to go)

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    Lo posso provare? Part 1

    Can I try it on?

    Here you'll learn: some questions to use in a clothes shop - some items of clothing - some colours

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    Lo posso provare? Part 2

    Can I try it on?

    Here you'll learn: to ask about clothes sizes - a few more items of clothing - the verb provare (to try on) - comparative adjectives: smaller, bigger

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    Lo posso provare? Review

    Can I try it on?

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons - comparative adjectives - the forms of the verb provare

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    Italian pronunciation: "chi/che" and "ghi/ghe"

    Here you'll learn: the pronunciation of chi and che - the pronunciation of ghi and ghe

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    In vacanza! Part 1

    On vacation!

    Here you'll learn: to talk about where you go on holiday - to talk about holiday activities

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    In vacanza! Part 2

    On vacation!

    Here you'll learn: to make a hotel reservation - to talk about the weather

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    In vacanza! Review

    On vacation!

    Here you'll review: the vocabulary from the previous two lessons

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