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ITAL3301

Grammar Composition&Conversatn

This course aims at strengthening and developing the intricate linguistic competence that students must possess in order to decipher and produce various verbal codes. Special emphasis will be given to oral and written expression through a systematic review of complex linguistic structures. The mastery of grammar will be acquired through an intensive practice of a variety of exercises. Readings and discussions of special topics will culminate in the writing of short pieces of descriptive narrative and argumentative prose.

Required Texts: Una grammatica italiana per tutti. 2. Livello Intermedio. Roma: Edilingua (ISBN 9788877157850) - Additional material for the course will be provided by the Instructor.

Students are also required to participate in the Diction & Pronunciation course.

Students are also encouraged to participate in all the workshops offered in the evening.
Subject:
Italian
Department:
Italian
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Summer 2014 Language Schools

ITAL3301A-L14 Lecture (Borgotallo, D'Amanda)

Summer 2013

ITAL3301A-L13 Lecture (Borgotallo)
ITAL3301B-L13 Lecture

Summer 2012

ITAL3301A-L12 Lecture (Borgotallo)
ITAL3301B-L12 Lecture

Summer 2011

ITAL3301A-L11 Lecture (Borgotallo)
ITAL3301B-L11 Lecture (Tellini)

Summer 2010

ITAL3301A-L10 Lecture (Borgotallo)
ITAL3301B-L10 Lecture (Borra)

Summer 2009

ITAL3301A-L09 Lecture (Borgotallo)
ITAL3301B-L09 Lecture (Morena)

Summer 2008

ITAL3301A-L08 Lecture (Borgotallo)
ITAL3301B-L08 Lecture (Morena)

Summer 2007

ITAL3301A-L07 Lecture (Gatto)
ITAL3301B-L07 Lecture (Morena)

Summer 2006

ITAL3301A-L06 Lecture (Gatto)

Summer 2005

ITAL3301A-L05 Lecture (Merli)

Summer 2004

ITAL3301A-L04 Lecture (Mula)