Rank #1: 1. A Day In Florence (Intermediate)
So, you took the whole day off yesterday and went to Florence with your friends… good for you! Now, back to reality, let’s take our Italian language up a step with this first intermediate level lesson. We’ll start off with some past tense verbs, so you’ll get the chance to tell us what you did yesterday in Florence. Enjoy!
Intermediate Level – Lesson Nr. 1
Rank #2: 12. The Italian Gossip (Intermediate)
Some say gossip is just a trivial pastime; some other think it is essential to psychological and even physical well-being. No matter what you believe, do not say you’ve never done it… we will not believe you! Let’s learn some useful expressions about love, marriage, money… it’s gossip time, signore e signori!
Intermediate Level – Lesson Nr. 12
Rank #3: 26. Do Not Be Late!
It’s morning in Venice, and you and your Italian friend Francesca are planning to go to the movie in the afternoon. Let’s see how to use the very handy word “quando” (when) , and how to ask questions about time, so to make sure you meet at the right time (and at the right place…). And do not be late!
Rank #5: 16. Let’s Go Shopping!
Someone once said “Whoever said money can’t buy happiness simply didn’t know where to go shopping”. What do you think? Well, let’s go shopping and find out! Many Italian products are world-famous for their style and quality, and if you go to Italy, you’ll definitely want to know how to ask “How much is this?”.
Rank #6: 6. What A Conversation!
Rank #8: 29. A Very Busy Guy
Let’s meet Lorenzo, a very busy kind of guy, always on the run: he calls the train he takes every morning “my office”. In today lesson, we are going to learn how to conjugate verbs ending in “ere”, like “prendere” (to take), “leggere” (to read), and “scrivere” (to write).
Rank #9: 4. The Carnival In Venice (Intermediate)
A whole city filled with beautiful masks, elaborate costumes, musicians, clowns, magicians, and colorful parades: people of all nationalities together for an extraordinary celebration of life. Get your mask ready, we’re taking you to “Il Carnevale di Venezia”!
Intermediate Level – Lesson Nr. 4
Rank #10: 28. At The Hotel
One of the best way to enjoy Italy is renting a car, driving through the countryside, and stop for the night at a typical family-run small hotel. Let’s make sure that making a reservation and checking in at that cozy Italian hotel is going to be easy and fun by practicing these simple but very useful sentences.
Rank #11: 33. A Visit From A Friend
What’s better than a visit from a friend you haven’t seen in a long time? The only thing is, your friend is from Italy, and only speaks Italian. In today’s lesson, we are going to learn how to conjugate and use a very common verb: “potere” (can).
Rank #12: 5. Where Are You Going? (Beginner)
Ok, enough of introductions… it’s time to move ahead and start going places! But where exactly? Well, we’ll start going to a pizza place, and then we’ll go home. After all, it’s been a long day, trying to master the Italian language!
Rank #13: 25. Living In Italy
Our VIP Member Francesca was bitten by the Italian bug some time ago, and she decided to move to Italy. She now lives in Siena, studying Italian and working as photographer. Let’s see how she’s doing while we learn how to conjugate some useful verbs like “studiare” (to study), “lavorare” (to work), “viaggiare” (to travel), and “amare” (to love).
Rank #14: 7. To Be Or Not To Be
Rank #15: 17. To Have Or Not To Have
Learning verbs and remembering their correct usage could be a daunting task for anyone, we know, but it doesn’t need to be boring. Today, we’ll talk about cars, cats, and family, using and practicing the verb “To Have”. And we’ll see some funny things about it.