Understanding grammar is certainly one of the most difficult aspects of learning the Italian language, which is why the ILI School has decided to offer study afternoons that can help you overcome the hurdles and difficulties that Italian grammar has set in your way.
Every three months, a calendar of 20 meetings will be presented with the grammatical topics to be discussed at each meeting and the level at which they will be addressed.
The following cycles can repeat, partly or completely, the themes of the first cycle, also depending on the requirements of the individual lessons.
The course is open to all language levels
The lesson will be structured so as to provide all the useful explanations and necessary materials without the various levels present in the class disturbing each other.
5 afternoons of grammatical study
Thursday afternoon from 5:00 pm to 6:45 pm, weekly
The courses will be activated for groups of at least 8 participants
10 lessons + materials CHF 270.-
20 lessons + materials CHF 450.-
Students can purchase a package of 10 lessons or the entire cycle of 20 lessons.
In the calendar of 20 meetings, the grammatical themes and the level of the individual lessons will be specified so that each student can identify those that are useful for themselves.
To enrol in the ILI Courses, the student will have to complete an entrance test that allows the ILI School to evaluate the initial level of the individual in relation to the prerequisites required to attend the course. The entrance test is compulsory for all persons enrolled.
The entrance test is divided into two parts:
a) First written component
The written test allows for a verification of:
b) Second oral component
The interview, which takes place after the written test, aims at a global evaluation of the candidate.
Determined throughout the interview is:
At this point, we will recommend the training course that is best suited to the candidate’s knowledge and needs by directing them towards a module that takes into account:
1) of the linguistic level A, B, C;
2) of the level of competence in the different language skills;
3) of the needs expressed.