Posted by: dreamitalia | September 1, 2009

Italian for Travelers

Join us for an Italian for Travelers language IMG_4273lesson followed by lunch and wine on the patio at Balistreri Vineyards.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

One of the simple pleasures of visiting Italy is to use a few Italian phrases here and there to communicate with local Italians.
They love it when we try to communicate with them in Italian, and you will be quickly adopted into life in Italy.

Dream Italia , Balistreri Vineyards  and Italian Language Institute  have teamed up to offer you a fun and easy basic conversation lesson centered around food vocabulary to get you ready to dine out in Italy. Native Italian-speaking teacher, Maria Chiacchio, of the Italian Language Institute will provide the lesson, followed by a tasty Italian style lunch with a glass of wine, on the patio at Balistreri Vineyards. You’ll get to practice what you just learned in ordering your food, as well as learn a bit about the culture of Italy, and interact with your class.

 And if you are ready for your trip to Italy, contact Dream Italia, for a fabulous and custom experience with any of our tours. 

 Please join us if you would like to brush up your basic Italian!

 Date:     Saturday, September 12, 2009

                   10:00 AM -11:00 AM – Italian for Travelers Lesson

                   11:00-12:00 PM- practical conversation over lunch and wine

Location:      On the patio at Balistreri Vineyards
                              1946 E. 66th Ave.
                              Denver, CO 80229

                             Tel: 303-287-5156

Purchase Tickets:         $35.00 Reserve now-Seating is limited!

                                                 BY PHONE: Balistreri Vineyards – 303-287-5156

What is included:   

  • Practical basic Italian conversation centered around food vocabulary and how to order food in Italian
  • Glass of Balistreri wine and antipasto style lunch 

Teacher:                Maria Chiacchio of The Italian Language Institute 

 Class Content:

  • Food vocabulary and how to order food in Italian.
  • How Italian people enjoy their food/dinner in Italy; how many courses (aperitivo, antipasti, primo, secondo, contorno, frutta e dolce) and talk a little about this cultural aspect.
  • Quick and easy way to order in a restaurant in Italian
  • Practice in Italian on what you just learned and also interact with the class
  • Questions and answers about the class and or/Italian culture.  

 Further inquiries on Italian   

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