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Communicative method: you learn Italian fast and speak easily!

 

Our Italian language school for Foreigners is staffed by highly qualified native speaker tutorsLessons are conducted using the communicative method with a humanistic approach and utilizing materials developed by the school staff.

The student is presented with a situation from daily life through the use of authentic materials. That situation is then analyzed in terms of grammar and of linguistic functions it raises. Italian lessons are also supported by learning activities such as games, role-playing and wild range of audios and videos.

Research in new teaching methods and constant efforts to keep the personnel up to date allow our Italian language school to produce relevant materials that satisfy the changing demands of students learning Italian language. Our Italian Courses in Milan are limited to either nine or ten students

Each lesson lasts 60 minutes

There are six levels of language skill. A prospective student's level will be determined by the results of a free mandatory test. Students receive a certificate of attendance with an evaluation of language skills.

Students receive a certificate of attendance with an evaluation of their italian language skills. Our Italian school is a specialized center and offers courses for students who want to take exams CILS or CELI (Italian certifications developed by the University for Foreigners of Siena and by the University for Foreigners of Perugia). These Italian classes are organized on demand: inquire at the office.

 

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ITALIAN SCHOOL IN MILAN

Via Ponte Vetero 21

e-mail: ilcentro@ilcentro.net

Tel.: +39 02 86.90.554

Fax: +39 02 86.90.754

P.IVA 08478280152

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