Italian A1

Italian is a Romance language spoken primarily in Italy, but also spoken by Italian expatriates and their descendants around the world. It is the official language of Italy, and is also spoken in Switzerland and Vatican City. Italian is known for its beautiful and melodic sound, as well as its rich literary tradition. It features a relatively simple grammar and a vocabulary that has been heavily influenced by Latin and other languages. Italian is also known for its regional dialects, which can vary greatly from one region to another. It's widely used in business, politics, international relations and arts. Italian is studied as a second language in many universities and language schools around the world. The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) only recognizes six levels of language proficiency: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2.

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The Italian A1 Exam is a standardized test that assesses an individual's proficiency in the Italian language at the A1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The A1 level is considered the beginner level of language proficiency and is intended for those who have little or no prior knowledge of the Italian language. The exam tests an individual's ability to understand and use basic Italian grammar and vocabulary in a variety of situations. The test may include a listening comprehension, reading comprehension, and writing components, as well as an oral interview. The Italian A1 Exam is typically administered by organizations such as the Società Dante Alighieri, or the Università per Stranieri di Siena. It is not widely recognized by universities or employers as proof of language proficiency. The Italian A1 Exam covers the language skills that are used for basic communication and self-expression in everyday situations and in various contexts.

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    vollalamanasa manasa

    For the price, this isn't a bad course. It was good for a refresher after a long absence from learning. But it's very flat - not even a pointer on the screen to show where we are reading from. Sometimes the material is covered by the teacher's video. In terms of delivery, the teacher could have been more animated and also positive - there are a lot of comments like "this is very confusing" or "this is complex" which I don't think are required. The one thing that could really livened things up was the song in A1 - it could have been played to liven things up a bit, but the teacher didn't even read the whole thing. I'm not sure what the purpose of this was. Some of the lists ("Oggetti") had no discernible order at all. Not alphabetical, not gender, not object types. Throughout the course, some of the letters in red, showing when the emphasis is on a vowel other than the second to last, were already on the second to last, so their presence was confusing. Overall, I would not recommend this to anyone who is learning Italian for the first time, but it's reasonable for a refresher, and a bit of polishing would make a substantial difference.

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    varun dumpala

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