Online Italian Courses

Italian Lessons

Learn Italian online with us from the comfort of your own home – it’s flexible and it’s personalised. With our online Italian courses for children and adults, you’ll soon improve your Italian speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Our teachers are highly qualified and will help you build your confidence as well as your Italian level.

We also offer Italian GCSE exam preparation courses which are prepared to match the Edexcel and AQA examining board specifications, so you can be sure that when your children sit an examination they have been thoroughly prepared.

Choose the course which best suits to you

Complete Italian

Complete Italian

Learn how to speak Italian quickly with our Complete Italian online course. Whether you’re learning as a beginner or at a more advanced level, our course – covering everything from Italian pronunciation, grammar to Italian expressions – will help you move past the basics and become fluent in Italian. We will help you master the art of speaking, but that’s only one piece of the language puzzle. When building our learning materials we focus on a variety of skills so that you are fully prepared for life beyond the classroom. Our scheme of work includes Speaking, Listening, Writing and Reading practice. In our Italian lessons You will be learning:

  • Speaking – 40%
  • Grammar – 25 %
  • Vocabulary – 18 %
  • Reading – 15 %
  • Writing – 2 %
Italian Conversation course

Italian conversation course

If you just want to focus on your Speaking skills you may want to choose the Italian Conversation package. Get Italian lessons focused on conversations and speaking practice with native Italian Speakers. You will build fluency and confidence through interactive language classes that are effective and fun! With at least three years of teaching experience, our teachers guide you in a customized language learning journey and make you quickly speak like a local speaker.

Italian for travel

Italian for travel

If you’ve booked a trip to an Italian-speaking cities, you might like our Italian for Travel course. Prepare to live your best life on your adventures abroad by learning basic Italian holiday phrases and vocabulary. Think everything from asking for directions to making a reservation. Book your Italian lessons now!

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Italian GCSE exam preparation course

Course content

Introductory skills

  • Building up your vocabulary
  • Developing your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills
  • Pronunciation
  • Using grammar

Holiday and Travel (Module 1)

  • What do you do in summer?
  • Holiday preferences
  • What did you do last summer?
  • Booking a room
  • Dealing with problems

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School (Module 2)

  • My school, my subjects and my teachers
  • School rules and pressures
  • School trips, events and exchanges
  • School activities and achievements

Family and friends (Module 3)

  • Relationships with family and friends
  • Describing people
  • Making arrangements
  • Social networks and reading preferences 

Interests and Influences (Module 4)

  • What you usually do
  • Hobbies and interests
  • TV – films and types of entertainment
  • Role models

Local area (Module 5)

  • Places in town and directions
  • Life in the town and rural life
  • Shopping and money matters
  • Features of a region

Customs and daily routines (Module 6)

  • Customs and festivals
  • Typical foods and ordering in a restaurant
  • Mealtimes and daily routines
  • Illnesses and injuries

Future aspirations, study and work (Module 7)

  • Work, volunteering, careers
  • The world of work
  • Applying for a job
  • Future plans

The environment (Module 8)

  • Environmental issues
  • Weather and climate
  • Healthy eating and healthy lifestyles

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