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Amit 11 Apr in  Italian Language classes

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Ilanguages Institute replied | 30 Apr

We provide personal Training for Italian Language @ iLanguages Institute, Vadodara Center, Gujarat.

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Jiten replied | 06 May

Yes, We do conduct regular classes.

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Oscar 11 Feb in  French Language Classes, BA Tuition, English Language Teaching(BA Tuition), More... Arabic Language classes Class VI-VIII Tuition Telugu(Class VI-VIII Tuition) Hindi Language Classes Grammer and Vocabulary improvement(Hindi Language Classes) Italian Language classes Class IX-X Tuition Spanish(Class IX-X Tuition) German Language Classes

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Oscar replied | 06 Apr

Most of the people define IGCSE and CBSE but my question it base on the difference.

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Shirish replied | 02 May

As long as you score good at IELTS/TOEFL it hardly matters if you study from IGCSE and CBSE or any other boards.

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Pranay 24/05/2016 in  Italian Language classes

i need a certified cource of italian language in pune

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Pranay 25/04/2016 in  Italian Language classes

are there good job after learning italian language or any other

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Nazir 24/02/2016 in  Italian Language classes

Italian langues learning fees

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Vijayalakshmi replied | 16/04/2016

8000 INR for 40 hrs

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The replied | 23/05/2016

Rs.8000 including course fees, exam fees & study material,

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Naren 01/12/2015 in  Italian Language classes

Would like to learn Italian language, what is the elementary level in it?

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Lingua replied | 22/02/2016

Naren, we work a bit differently from the traditional school of thought about classical learning, we work on the three levels of EXPRESS IMPRESS and CONQUEST across the language. in first level your power of EXPRESSion in a particular language is being worked upon which is basic rather elementary and to begin with. The foucs is more on linguistic but we don't forget the 3 R's of...  more»
Naren, we work a bit differently from the traditional school of thought about classical learning, we work on the three levels of EXPRESS IMPRESS and CONQUEST across the language. in first level your power of EXPRESSion in a particular language is being worked upon which is basic rather elementary and to begin with. The foucs is more on linguistic but we don't forget the 3 R's of the language (Read, Rite and Recite i.e. in this terminology write comes as Rite :-) «less

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Federico replied | 01/06/2016

Did you learn Italian or not yet ?

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Naren 01/12/2015 in  Italian Language classes

How different is Swiss Italian language? Meaning Italian language in Switzerland?

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Jasleen replied | 28/12/2015

It is quite different from standard italian in speaking because the accent has regional influence. However written would be more or less like standard form only.

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Shabab replied | 10/01/2016

Spoken Italian in Switzerland is different form Standard Italian Language because of French influence. In terms of written Italian its more o less same. An example would be the words for driving licence: in Italian it is called a patente di guida while in Swiss Italian it becomes licenza di condurre, from the French permis de conduire.

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Naren 01/12/2015 in  Italian Language classes

Is "Dove" an Italian word origin? What does it mean?

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Shabab replied | 24/12/2015

Yes it is an Italian language word that means (where)

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Vajresh replied | 19/01/2016

avv (gen) ? where; (in cui) ? where, in which; (dovunque) ? wherever
dove vivi? ? where do you live?
di dove sei? ? where are you from?, where do you come from?
non so da dove iniziare ? I don't know where to begin
da dove entrato? ? where did he get in?
la citt dove abito ? the city where o in which I live
da dove abito vedo... ? from where I live...  more»
avv (gen) ? where; (in cui) ? where, in which; (dovunque) ? wherever
dove vivi? ? where do you live?
di dove sei? ? where are you from?, where do you come from?
non so da dove iniziare ? I don't know where to begin
da dove è entrato? ? where did he get in?
la città dove abito ? the city where o in which I live
da dove abito vedo... ? from where I live I can see ...
per o da dove sei passato? ? which way did you go?
siediti dove vuoi ? sit wherever you like «less

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Naren 01/12/2015 in  Italian Language classes

I'm seeing a dialect called Florentine dialect. How different is this from the typical Italian?

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Jasleen replied | 28/12/2015

Standard italian is Tuscan dialect which is said to be an ammended form of florentine dialect. The dialects are not very different from each other however there could be some regional influences on pronunciation of certain words.

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Palak replied | 31/05/2016

The Florentine dialect or "fiorentino" is often considered to be the origin of Italian, since standard Italian is based on the Florentine dialect. This is because many of the greatest Italian writers (during the Renaissance) wrote in fiorentino- eg. Dante Alighieri, Boccaccio, Machiavelli, etc. The most noticeable audible difference between fiorentino and Italian is the difference...  more»
The Florentine dialect or "fiorentino" is often considered to be the origin of Italian, since standard Italian is based on the Florentine dialect. This is because many of the greatest Italian writers (during the Renaissance) wrote in fiorentino- eg. Dante Alighieri, Boccaccio, Machiavelli, etc. The most noticeable audible difference between fiorentino and Italian is the difference in pronunciation of the letter C. Where an Italian would say "Coca Cola", a fiorentino would say "Hoha Hola", or "carta di credito" would be pronounced as "harta di hredito".
Source: I lived in Florence for 3 years «less

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Naren 01/12/2015 in  Italian Language classes

How far is CELI test recognized in Italy for job seekers?

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Nitika replied | 02/01/2016

CILS is more well known, certification is offered by embassy of Italy.

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Ddf 25/09/2015 in  Italian Language classes

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Shabab replied | 02/12/2015

Italian language is pretty easy to learn in comparison with other European languages. Its a lovely and musical language. However it depends on your interest. I am sure you will find it interesting just start and enjoy.

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Federico replied | 27/05/2016

Not it's not very difficult, but it take time and commitment like all languages

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