Announcements: Italian Classes & Travel Opportunity


March and April 2014
All classes are taught at the Raw Bean coffee house (611 SW Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101)
Classes start at 5:30 and end at 7:00 p.m.
The cost is $90 for six weeks.
Please register for classes on line at

Beginning Italian 2
Starts:Tuesday, March 11th (3/18, 3/25, 4/1,4/8, 4/15)
Teacher: Sabrina Caggiano
In this class you will learn: articles, conjugation of verbs in ARE, ERE, how to formulate questions, how to tell time, vocabulary about family, home and means of transportation and conversation.
Textbook: “Learn Italian The fast and fun way” di Marcel Danesi. $12 on Amazon (you will not need your book on the first class).

Intermediate Italian
Starts: Monday 17th (3/24, 3/31, 4/7,4/14, 4/21)!
Teacher: Sabrina o Natasha
Textbook: TBA
In this class you will continue to brush up on Italian grammar principles and you will practice conversation based on different kinds of settings.

Advanced Italian
Starts: Wednesday 19th (3/26, 4/2, 4/9, 4/16, 4/23)
Teacher: Sabrina o Giuliana
Textbook: TBA
This class is designed for people who can fluently speak the Italian language and who are interested in discussing in Italian topics that range from history, literature and Italian culture and society. Grammatical principles will be addresses as needed.

Travel Opportunity

GoLearn! Northern Italy: Torino and the Charming Countryside

torinoposter750wExperience educational travel with the University of Utah specifically designed for small groups as you travel with U of U faculty and experts on local or international trips.

Indulge in the history and cuisine of Piedmont and its capital Torino (Turin) with our Italian star, Giuliana Marple! Torino, the birthplace of Italy, boasts stunning baroque, rococo and neoclassical architecture and palazzos, many dating to the mid-19th century, the time when Italy’s constitution was signed in this very town, making Torino the first capital of Italy.

For more information visit the University’s GoLearn page.

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