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What you will learn after you complete each lesson
There are two very specific things that you will learn with your very first lesson: first, you will learn how to use Italian verbs that end in the suffix “ARE” in the present tense. Do you know that there are Italian verbs that end in: “ARE”, “ERE” and “IRE?”
Secondly, you will learn all of the subject pronouns in Italian.
This learning Italian lesson will begin with a review of what you covered in lesson number 1. I am a big proponent of consistently reviewing and refreshing all of the material we cover. So most lessons begin with a review of what you have learned in the prior lesson. So, you will experience Lesson number 2 as a continuation of what you learned in lesson number one.
Here, you will be engaged with the narrator in a "question and answer" type of session that will force you to think in Italian. Sorry, but, there’s really no choice here, you will begin thinking in Italian immediately. Most importantly, I’m going to be looking over your shoulder :-), so, DO NOT CHEAT!!! Close your transcript and become fully engaged in this audio based "question and answer" session.
Lesson number 3 places you in my beautiful city of Naples, Italy where you will converse (in Italian of course) about walking around the city, visiting museums, working, and even studying the beautiful Italian language. I like to call this "situational learning" because it places you in a very realistic situation. I hope to some day run into you in my beautiful Naples… Maybe we can do coffee
Lesson number 4 begins with a review of what we covered in lesson number three (as I mentioned before, most of the lessons begin with a review from the prior lesson). In addition, in this learning Italian lesson we cover possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns.
Don’t let the grammatical definitions scare you away. Possessive adjectives in English are words such as "my," "your," "his," "her," "our," "their," etc. Possessive pronouns in English are words such as "mine," "yours," "his," "hers," "ours," "theirs," etc.
As with all Italian lessons, a great deal of emphasis is placed on perfecting your pronunciation and pitch in this learning Italian lesson.
Lesson 5 places you in a conversation with your friend in Rome Italy. You and your friend engage in a friendly Italian conversation about each other’s pets. You also converse in Italian about each other’s houses, personal and household items including coats, hats, bed linen, and even the laundry mat.
These are all very real scenarios that will reinforce your retention of every single Italian word and phrase that you learn with me.Oh, I almost forgot to tell you, you also get to go to a party in Rome in this lesson. Hurray….
Lesson number 6 utilizes much of the material that you learned in the previous lesson (#5) to help you fine tune the topic of Italian language Possessive Pronouns and Possessive adjectives.
Again, don’t let these grammatical terms scare you away, by the end of this lesson you will be a master at Italian Possessive Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives.
In lesson number 7, you will find yourself in a very realistic conversation that will reinforce everything that you have learned in both lessons five and six.
If you had any doubts about your recently acquired mastery of Italian Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns, this lesson will remove this doubt from your mind for ever!!.
Also, since the structure in Italian is different for his/her/its, you will benefit from this very detailed explanation in this lesson.
Do you remember that in Italian the Possessive changes in gender and number according to the nouns it refers to? Now, "Their" and "Theirs" represent an exception because in Italian the word "loro" is used for masculine singular/plural and feminine singular/plural, so… it does not change. However, the article that accompanies "loro" does change depending on the noun(s) "their" or "theirs" refer to….
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