Italian/Layout

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Italian Language Course
Learning the Italian Language

Introduction | Lessons | Grammar | Vocabulary | About the Book | Layout

Wikibook Layout[edit]

There are 3 main parts to the organization of this Wikibook. These are the lessons, chapters and levels.

Levels are the largest and most broad category. These cover large amounts of information and contain several chapters. There are 3 levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Chapters come after and are smaller than levels, but larger than lessons. Each chapter contains three or four lessons.

Lessons are the final and smallest section, but the most important. Lessons contain the information the student will use to speak, read, write and live the Italian language.

Lesson Layout[edit]

Each lesson should include:

  • A short summary of what the student will learn
  • One or two conversation pieces
  • Vocabulary
  • Exercises and challenges
  • A final Lesson Review