• Talking about a film, talking about your childhood, outdoor activities, an accident and when you’re not well

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    È un classico! Part 1

    It's a classic!

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to choose a film at the cinema
    2. the forms of "conoscere"
    3. "alcuni/e" and "qualche"
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    È un classico! Part 2

    It's a classic!

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to talk about a film
    2. details about the "passato prossimo"
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    È un classico! Review

    It's a classic!

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the last two lessons
    2. the forms of "conoscere"
    3. "alcuni/e" and "qualche"
    4. details of the "passato prossimo"
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    Da piccoli… Part 1

    When we were little…

    Here you'll learn:
    1. how to talk about your childhood
    2. regular forms of the "imperfetto"
    3. how to use the "imperfetto"
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    Da piccoli… Part 2

    When we were little…

    Here you'll learn:
    1. how to talk about outdoor activities
    2. how to use "piacere" and "preferire" in the "imperfetto"
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    Da piccoli… Review

    When we were little…

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary of the last two lessons
    2. regular forms of the "imperfetto"
    3. how to use the "imperfetto"
    4. "piacere" and "preferire" in the "imperfetto"
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    Alle strisce pedonali non si ferma nessuno! Part 1

    Nobody stops at the crosswalk!

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to talk about an accident
    2. the forms of "essere" in the "imperfetto"
    3. "fare", "bere", "dire" in the "imperfetto"
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    Alle strisce pedonali non si ferma nessuno! Part 2

    Nobody stops at the crosswalk!

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to talk about when you're not well
    2. the use of the "imperfetto" in comparison with the "passato prossimo"
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    Alle strisce pedonali non si ferma nessuno! Review

    Nobody stops at the crosswalk!

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary of the last two lessons
    2. the forms of "essere" in the "imperfetto"
    3. "bere", "dire" and "fare" in the imperfect
    4. the use of the "imperfetto" in comparison with the "passato prossimo"
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