Italian - Basic to Intermediate

It covers levels: A1, A2, B1, B2.

Suitable for:
  • Anyone starting with a basic understanding of the Italian language.
  • Anyone with an A1, A2, B1 or B2 level.
  • Students that will sit the Junior Certificate (1st to 3rd year)
  • Students that will sit the Irish State Exams (4th to 6th year)
  • Anyone with an intermediate or advanced level looking to reinforce the foundational Italian grammar.
The Italian card is organized into 35 distinct tables, each focusing on essential word categories such as pronouns, possessives, prepositions, adjectives, articles, and more. It also shows you verb endings for different tenses, like present, past, imperfect, conditional, and future. You’ll find charts for regular and irregular verbs, along with some useful vocabulary. It’s just a handy tool when learning Italian.
Each table covers a specific topic, so you can focus on the chart that relates to what you’re learning in class. It’s simple and helps you concentrate on what you need. This card is designed to make learning Italian grammar easier, whether you’re just starting out and want a solid understanding of the language or aiming for success in your exams.
Some of the grammar topics you will find in the Basic to Intermediate Italian card:
    • Definite and indefinite articles (il, la, i, le, un, un, una…)
    • Personal pronouns (io, tu, lui…)
    • Wh-Questions (Che? Quale? Dove?)
    • Possessives in masculine, feminine, singular, and plural (mio, mia, miei…)
    • A chart with 40 common adjectives.
    • Reflexive pronouns and verbs (mi sveglio…)
    • Frequency adverbs (sempre, spesso, mai)
    • Verb tenses:
      •  Present (io parlo)
      •  Past (io ho parlato)
      •  Imperfect (io parlavo)
      • Present progressive (sto parlando)
      •  Future (io parlerò)
      • Conditional (io parlerei)
    • List of common regular and irregular verbs in the present tense.
    • Direct and indirect object (mi, ti, lo, gli…)
    • List of words used to form the negative (non…mai, non…ancora)
    • Prepositional articles (a, del, nel, sul…)
    • Time expressions (ieri, un mese fa, presto…)
    • Keywords (e, ma, con, senza…)
When you buy the Italian card, you get access to a free PDF resource you can download and print. This resource provides a step-by-step guide on how to use your card effectively. It explains the meaning of each colour used and gives a detailed explanation of each table with examples to help you understand the content better.  

The Italian Grammar Card is available only in the Basic to Intermediate level.

Intermediate to Advanced level coming out soon.


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