Activities for level B1-B2

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The best way to memorize new vocabulary is with songs. In this activity we'll learn the meaning of the song "7 vizi capitale" by Piotta. Are you ready to sing ?[Level: B1-B2; Skill: Vocabulary]

Let's learn journalistic Italian by reading real newspaper articles. This article is about an Italian engineer who creates robotic human body parts. [Level: B2; Skill: Written Comprehension, Vocabulary]

My mother and I are staying at a hotel in Stockholm, but we’ll leave soon for another country. Before leaving though, we enjoy a nice breakfast. This activity contains: a comprehension test, the transcript of the entire video, a vocabulary list with detailed explanations and an exercise on vocabulary. [Level:

My mother and I are staying at a hotel in Stockholm, but we’ll leave soon for another country. Before leaving though, we enjoy a nice breakfast. This activity contains: a comprehension test, the transcript of the entire video, a vocabulary list with detailed explanations and an exercise on vocabulary. [Level:

My mom and I have just arrived in Sweden and we're headed to our hotel. This activity contains: a comprehension test, the transcript of the entire video, a vocabulary list with detailed explanations of words and expressions and an exercise on the vocabulary. [Level: B1-B2; Skill: Oral Comprehension, Vocabulary]

Let's learn to use a typically Italian word: "anzi". If you use it, you'll sound like a real Italian. In this activity you'll find a video and 2 exercises. [Level: B1-B2; Skill: Vocabulary]

My mom tells about the time she worked in Germany. This activity contains: a comprehension test, the transcript of the entire video, a vocabulary list with detailed explanations of words and expressions and an exercise on the vocabulary. [Level: B1-B2; Skill: Oral Comprehension, Vocabulary]

My mom tells about the time she moved to Germany to find work. This activity contains: a comprehension test, the transcript of the entire video, a vocabulary list with detailed explanations of words and expressions and an exercise on the vocabulary. [Level: A2-B1; Skill: Oral Comprehension, Vocabulary]

This is the time we were ready to go on a trip, but a problem occurred. This activity contains: a comprehension test, the transcript of the entire video, a vocabulary list with detailed explanations of words and expressions and an exercise on the vocabulary. [Level: A2-B1; Skill: Oral Comprehension, Vocabulary]

Learn a formal way to write an email to a hotel in order to cancel a reservation and possibly ask for a refund. Advanced learners can write an email that I'll correct. [Level: B2; Skill: Written Comprehension, Vocabulary]

Write an email to ask a hotel manager for a refund on the deposit paid during the reservation of a room and I'll correct it. [Level: B2; Skill: Writing]

Watch a video on a flashcard app and focus on the computer-related vocabulary. This activity contains: a video, its complete transcript, a vocabulary list, 2 vocabulary exercises on useful computer-related words and expressions [Level: B1-B2; Skill: Vocabulary]