ABSOLUTE  BEGINNER (A1 CEFR*):


  •      Greetings
  •      Introducing yourself & others
  •      Saying your nationality
  •      Making the first complete sentences
  •      Cardinal numbers
  •      Asking and saying your name/age
  •      Speaking on the telephone
  •      Asking how someone is
  •      Getting acquainted
  •      Asking for and giving information
  •      Speaking to someone using the Lei form
  •      Describing what someone looks like and his/her          personality
  •      Inviting/Accepting or declining an invitation
  •      Asking for and giving an address
  •      Describing your home
  •      Ordinal numbers
  •      Asking and saying what day it is


BEGINNER THREE (A2 CEFR*):


  •      Speaking about sentimental issues
  •      The family
  •      Family names
  •      Italian dishes
  •      Ordering at a restaurant
  •      Expressing preference
  •      Menu
  •      Verbs used in the kitchen
  •      Kitchen utensils
  •     Going shopping at the supermarket and                          specifying quantities
  •      Offering, accepting, refusing help
  •      Types of containers and shops
  •      Talking about the plot of a film
  •      Speaking about memories
  •      Describing past habits
  •      Putting a number of actions into chronological              order in the past
  •      Expressing agreement or disagreement
  •      Expressing joy, regret or disappointment


BEGINNER TWO (A1 CEFR*):


  •      Asking and telling the opening time of an office,           a shop, etc.
  •      Months and seasons
  •      Speaking of price
  •      Situating an event in the past
  •      Expressions of time
  •      Ordering and offering at the café
  •      Expressing preference
  •      Planning, forecasts, ideas
  •      Promises for the future
  •      Speaking about the weather
  •      Organizing trips and holidays


BEGINNER FOUR (A2 CEFR*):


  •     Talking about a meeting
  •     Useful expressions for shopping: size, number,            colour, style, price, payment by cash or credit  card
  •     Clothing
  •     Colours
  •      Asking for and expressing an opinion
  •      Discussing a television programme
  •      Criticizing and/or justifying your preference of               television show
  •      Asking to borrow something
  •      Expressing an idea, displeasure, a desire
  •      Talking about tv programmes and genres
  •      Giving advice, orders
  •      Asking for and giving road directions
  •      Talking about a concert
  •      Asking for a favour, justifying oneself, proposing          an alternative
  •      Asking for something politely
  •      Referring someone else’s opinion, news
  •      Wishing for something not attained or is not                  attainable
  •      Expressing the future in the past
  •      Vocabulary of music
  •      The greats of contemporary Italian music


                                                 * Common European Framework of Reference for Languages