Enhanced Comprehensive Italian Level 2 - Lesson #8
The calendar, days of the week and telling time in ItalyAfter this class you should;
be able to ask what time it is in Italian.
be able to say what time it is in Italian
know, recognize and be able to use days of the week, months, etc in conversation
understand both the 12 and 24 clock
understand how to issue and respond to time sensitive invitations
Telling the time in ItalianChe ora è? - o - Che ore sono? - (What time is it?)
Italian Days, Weeks and Months
|Basic Exercise on telling time in Italian.|
Printable large flash cards (English Side)
Printable large flash cards (Italian Side)
Printable small flash cards (English Side)
Printable small flash cards (Italian Side)
basic online exercise
Exercise (Italian to English)
Exercise (English to Italian)
|Printable Practice Sheets|
|printable comprehension crossword|
Useful Italian question;
Seriously? (or) Are you joking?
Class DialogLearn how to say everything below in Italian, print out and bring the printable form of this dialog and be prepared to say the dialog below for one of the persons in clas
Person #1 – Hello
Person #2 – Hello, can I speak with _______ please?
Person #1 – This is me, who is speaking?
Person #2 – Hi ________, I am ________.
Person #1 – Hi _________ how are you? I thought you were in Paris.
Person #2 – I am in Paris. I will return on Friday.
Person #1 – What time do you arrive?
Person #2 – My train arrives at 3:52 PM. Do you want to do something this weekend?
Person #1 – Maybe, I need to look at the calendar. Friday night Bob is having a birthday party for Mary.
Person #2 – I thought Mary’s birthday was in July. This is March.
Person #1 – No, you are wrong. Her birthday is next Tuesday but she has to go to Germany for a week so he is having the party on Friday.
Person #2 – Are you free on Saturday? Maybe we could do something.
Person #1 – Saturday I have to watch some soccer. My son’s team is playing.
Person #2 – What time is the game?
Person #1 – The game starts at 10:00 AM.
Person#2 – Do you want to go shopping after the game? I will buy you something you used to want.
Person#1 – You will buy me a ….. (Interrupted by person #2)
Person#2 – Yes, you are right, I will buy you a new bicycle.
Person#1 – What time are we going shopping?
Person#2 – Let’s meet at “Café di Carlo” at 6:07 PM. I have to go, bye.
Person#1 – Bye
printable class dialog
You can learn more about the passato prossimo on these pages of the following books.
87 - 88, 138 - 140 & 155 - 157 (page #'s may vary as I have an older edition) of "Ciao" by Carla Federici & Carla Larese Riga, copyright 1986.
331 - 345 of the book "Italian Grammar Drills" by Paola Nanni-Tate, copyright 2007.
If you do not own these books, don't worry, it is not mandatory that you do unless you were instructed to buy them at the beginning of the class. However, they can be very useful in a lot of ways and if you would like to know more about these books and where to buy them, simply go to our online bookstore or quicker yet, just click on the appropriate book below.
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