Divertente 1 - Week #5
Second round of answersAfter this class you should be able to understand some additional answers to these questions;
where somebody is from
somebody's name or if they are married
if somebody speaks, studies or is american or Italian
what somebody does
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
Class DialogUsing only the vocabulary we have learned so far, learn how to say everything below in Italian, print it out and bring the printable form of this dialog and be prepared to say the dialog below for one of the person's in class.
Person #1 – Good morning!
Person #2 – Good morning, how are you?
Person #1 – Very well, thank you. How are you?
Person #2 – Not too bad, thank you very much!
Person #1 – You are welcome! What do you do?
Person #2 – I work at a school, what do you do?
Person #1 – I am a student.
Person #2 – What do you study? Do you like it?
Person #1 – I study Italian. Yes I like it.
Person #2 – Where do you study?
Person #1 – I study at a restaurant.
Person #2 – You don’t study at a school?
Person #1 – No, I study at the (al) Italian Table.
Person #1 – Pleased to meet you.
Person #2 – Pleased to meet you.
Person #1 – Goodbye
Person #2 – Goodbye
printable class dialog
Here are a few other resources (if you are interested) that can assist you in learning Italian words and/or phrases!
Have you seen? - Bella Italia!The Port of Naples -
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Have you heard? - Some good Italian MusicThis was one of the first songs I really got into by Eros Ramazzotti. I love the tunes and the words. I think you'll like it too!
great songs are available on --->
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