Beginners’ Italian: Food and drink
Beginners’ Italian: Food and drink

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Beginners’ Italian: Food and drink

Beginners’ Italian: food and drink

Introduction

In this free course you learn some basic vocabulary relating to food and drinks, greetings and introductions. You practise ordering drinks and snacks in an Italian café. You will also find out about customs to do with food and drink. Listening to Italian speakers in a variety of situations will enable you to practise initial listening skills.

This OpenLearn course provides a taster for studying other Italian short courses at The Open University’s Open Centre for Languages and Cultures [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] .

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