Italian Language Classes24-Aug-2015
ITALIAN LANGUAGE, CULTURE, FOOD
Please join us every season at the Columbus Foundation for Italian classes with a focus on conversation and exploring lesser known parts of Italy and their unique cuisine. We are delighted to offer the following courses, taught by highly respected and experienced teachers:Beginners 1: For students who have little or no knowledge of Italian.
Beginners 1a: For students who have taken a Beginners 1 class and are comfortable with the preset, future, and some past (passato prossimo).
Beginners 2: For students with at least 2 semesters of Italian and are ready to move on to past (passato prossimo), imperfect, and conditional.
Intermediate 1: Continuation of Beginners 2 with added emphasis on speaking.
Intermediate 2: Advanced grammar and conversation.
Advanced: For those who have taken all grammar classes and are interested in fine tuning their speaking skills.
• When: Monday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm (11 classes)*
• Where: Columbus Foundation, 8 East 69th Street, New York, NY (between Madison and Fifth Avenues)
• Fee: $290*
• *For exact dates, fees, and registration information, please contact Josephine Belli by telephone at 212-772-6615 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Italian language classes are offered at the Columbus Citizens Foundation Townhouse through Josephine Belli and IACE at the contact information above. Class semesters at the Townhouse are generally held during the spring, summer, and fall, beginning in late January/early February, May, and September, respectively.