Intermediate Italian II


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This course is for students who have completed the Intermediate Italian I class or others who have a solid foundation in the language, including reflexive verbs, indirect and direct object pronouns, expressions of time and duration, and simple and articulated prepositions. Upon completion of this level, students should be able to discuss topics including health, travel, holidays and business using the present and past tenses. This level continues to emphasize the improvement of oral comprehension and creative expression. Topics introduced will include review of imperfect tense versus passato prossimo, tonal pronouns, comparatives and superlatives, and simple future tense (Prego chapters 8-10). Students will need to purchase the Prego textbook (editions 6, 7 or 8).

Barry Bridgelal was born and raised until the age of 8 on the island of Trinidad. His family then moved to Boston. His years living in a cosmopolitan city, coupled with his multicultural background, fostered Barry’s proclivity for foreign languages. He has studied more than ten different languages! After undergraduate and post-graduate studies at Tufts University and King’s College, Barry started his teaching career. For the past 13 years, Barry has been teaching all levels of French, Italian and Spanish at area institutes and universities. In the classroom, he strives to show how a new language provides a new vision on life.

Start Date: 04/25/23, 8 meetings
Class Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Day of Week: Tuesday
Location: Zoom
Instructor: Barry Bridgelal
Status: Running/Openings