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ITAL 1114 Intermediate Italian II (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The prime objective of the course is to improve reading and writing skills, to continue building oral proficiency, and to provide a lively and current cultural background of contemporary Italy. A review of the elements of language will be supplemented by the reading of selected texts, oral practice, and individual research, all presented within the context of contemporary Italian society and classic Italian culture. Students will develop their ability to satisfy basic survival needs and to engage in conversation on a fairly complex level.


Instructor(s): Brian O'Connor (Coordinator) and The Department

Prerequisites: Admitted by placement test, consent of instructor, or completion of ITAL1113

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Comments: Conducted in Italian
Elective for the Italian minor when taken as first course in language sequence. Satisfies Foreign Language Proficiency core requirement.


Last Updated: 08-Jan-16