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Teacher: Michele Rampa (Rome / Online)

ITTeacher from Italy. Speaks Italian, English, French.

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Linguistica, Introduzione, Studio, Inglese, Italiano, Soggetto, Pronomi personali, verbali, soggettivi, aggettivi, verbi, tempi verbali, presente, passato, prossimo, remoto, trapassato, congiuntivo, condizionale, avverbi, modo, plurale, singolare, sesso, femminile, maschile, neutrale, determinante

Linguistic, Introduction, Study, English, Italian, Subject, Pronouns, personal, verbal, subjective, adjectives, verbs, time, present, past, recent, conjunctive, conditional, adverbs, mode, determinant, plural, singular, sex, neutral

I will begin with a linguist introduction of the English and the Italian. I would approach the English study through the main use of it, and the simplification and variations of the language, compared to the Italian one. I would deal with the pronunciation, introducing the phonetics, and syllables of words, alone and in complete statements with the punctuation. I would progressively deal with the different characteristics of the English language, parts of the grammar: first the nominative part

Lessons in person or online:

Milano, Italy
Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - 20122 Milano
Padova, Italy
Via 8 Febbraio, 2 - 35122 Padova
Milano, Italy
Via Festa del Perdono, 1, 20123 Milano
Roma, Italy
Via Domenico Morichini, 37 - 00161 Roma
At home
In your office
In a public place

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Hourly rates (EUR € / USD $)

1 student€30.00 [~$31.96]
2 students€15.00 [~$15.98]
3 students or more€8.00 [~$8.52]


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Rome, the capital of Italy, is a city that is steeped in history, culture, and art. It is one of the world's most visited cities, and its ancient ruins, art museums, and religious landmarks draw millions of tourists every year. The Colosseum, Vatican City, and the Trevi Fountain are some of the city's popular tourist destinations.

Italian is the official language, but you'll find few locals who speak English. Rome has a diverse population, with Italians making up the majority, followed by North African and Romanian immigrants.