In this course students learn the basics of understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Italian. It stresses oral proficiency, correct pronunciation, listening comprehension, and grammatical accuracy, as well as the cultural and historical backgrounds of the Italian-speaking countries.
In this interactive course students continue the work of ITAL111; students acquire a further working knowledge of Italian necessary to accomplish basic tasks. It continues to emphasize comprehension and more practice in pronunciation and conversation and addresses listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills within an authentic Italian cultural context.
Prerequisite: ITAL110 (C or better) or equivalent
In this course students study vocabulary, grammar, and idiomatic constructions; and continue to hone speaking, listening and writing skills. Students write compositions using new and more complex language structures and read culture-related materials.
Prerequisite: ITAL111 (C or better) or equivalent
This course combines review with new and more complex language usage than were studied in ITAL201. It continues to emphasize intermediate-level speaking, listening comprehension, idiomatic usage, and practice in writing. An Italian cultural reader focuses on Italian history and culture.
Prerequisite: ITAL201 (C or better) or equivalent