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Radio Arlecchino: Italian Grammar and Culture

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Location:

Austin, TX

Description:

Radio Arlecchino provides lessons that illustrate specific Italian grammar points. Grammar examples and dialogs are built upon the escapades of Arlecchino, Pulcinella, and other masks of the Italian Commedia dell'arte. Radio Arlecchino is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin.

Language:

English

Contact:

The University of Texas at Austin Department of French and Italian 1 University Station B7600 Austin, TX 78712


Lessons

Episode 1: Narrating in the Past - passato prossimo vs. imperfetto


Episode 2: Narrating in the past - passato remoto


Episode 3: Narrating in the past - trapassato prossimo, trapassato remoto


Episode 4: Subjunctive - I'm in the mood for ...


Episode 5: Subjunctive - Opening night jitters


Episode 6: Subjunctive - All's well that ends ...


Episode 7: Subjunctive - Someone's in the kitchen with Pulcinella


Episode 8: Imperative - Your call is important to us


Episode 9: Imperative - Build a better mousetrap


Episode 10: Imperative - For best results


Episode 11: Pronouns - Adult supervision required


Episode 12: Pronouns - Just look at yourself


Episode 13: Pronouns - The joy of stress


Episode 14: The Holiday Special


Episode 15: The Holiday Special Continued


Episode 16: Likes and Dislikes - On the red carpet


Episode 17: Likes and Dislikes - Casting call and scream test


Episode 18: Likes and Dislikes - The catch of the day


Episode 19: Episode 19: Talking about the Future - Global Thermogrammatical War


Episode 20: If You Can't Stand the Heat

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