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Learn Italian with over 60 NEW songs!

Learn Italian with songs!

Here is a list of over 60 new exercises and activities published on AdGblog in the past few years in order to learn and improve the Italian language through Italian songs. All the posts have been sorted into 3 main level of knowledge of the language (according to the European common framework of reference of language learning and teaching) and have been tested in various classes of Italian for foreigners through the years at Accademia del Giglio. Many of the exercises try to put into practice the CLIL method and each of them display the subject which they focus on (tenses, prepositions, vocabulary, etc.).

The posts are listed in alphabetical order following the name of the singer.

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Italian with songs – LEVEL A1/A2

Francesco Baccini, Le donne di Modena (geography of Italy, basic vocabulary, prepositions)

Loredana Berté e Gigi D’alessio, Respirare (common verbs, vocabulary, prepositions, reading comprehension)

Fred Bongusto, Spaghetti a Detroit (idiomatic expressions, vocabulary)

Banda Bardò, Sempre allegri (vocabulary, prepositions)

Franco Califano, Un’estate fa (vocabulary, future tense)

Lucio Dalla, Attenti al lupo (altered forms, reading comprehension, vocabulary)

Dente, Giudizio universatile (vocabulary, idiomatic expressions)

Dente, Vieni a vivere (vocabulary, prepositions, the pronounsi “li” e “gli”, reading comprehension)

Filippo Gatti, Tutti mi vogliono (phrase construction, present tense)

Niccolò Fabi, Il giardiniere (find the opposite, build a noun)

Max Gazzé e Niccolò Fabi, Vento d’estate (present tense, reading comprehension)

Daniela Goggi, Obabaluba (the “imperfetto” tense, prepositions, reading comprehension)

Enzo Jannacci, Messico e nuvole (phrase construction, reading comprehension)

Lorenzo Jovanotti, Baciami ancora (vocabulary, idiomatic expressions)

Modà, Come un pittore (colors, basi vocabulary)

Domenico Modugno, Nel blu dipinto di blu (volare) (articles, prepositions, basic vocabulary)

Antonello Venditti, Compagno di scuola (the “passato prossimo” and “imperfetto” tenses)

Eduardo Vianello, Pinne, fucile ed occhiali (vocabulary for holidays at the seaside)

 

Italian with songs – LEVEL B1/B2

Orietta Berti, Te l’ho detto tante volte (use of the negative form of the imperative)

Lucio Battisti, La canzone del sole (adjectives, verbs, prepositions, reading comprehension)

Lucio Dalla e Gianni Morandi, Vita (use of different tenses, reading comprehension)

Adriano Celentano, Non so più cosa fare (spelling, singular and plural for nouns and adjectives)

Fabrizio De André, La guerra di Piero (reading comprehension, vocabulary)

Dente, A me piace lei (use of the verb “piacere”)

Sergio Endrigo, Un signore di Scandicci (how to make rhymes, vocabulary)

Tiziano Ferro, Troppo buono (direct and indirect pronouns)

Alberto Fortis, Settembre (the future tense, reading comprehension)

Ivano Fossati, I treni a vapore (prepositions and prepositions combined with the definite article)

Litfiba, Elettrica (prepositions, reading comprehension)

Litfiba, Gioconda (vocabulary, reading comprehension)

Bruno Martino, Estate (future and past tenses, writing and conversation activities)

Bruno Martino, E la chiamano estate (reading comprehension)

Marco Mengoni, Dall’inferno (vocabulary and expressions related to “inferno”)

Marco Mengoni, In un giorno qualunque (use of “qualunque”, “anche se”, “servire”, “ci”)

Gianni Morandi, Che me ne faccio del latino (vocabulary, idiomatic expressions)

Negrita, Tonight (imperative tense)

Noemi, Vuoto a perdere (conversation activities, reading comprehension)

Natalian Otto, Mamma, voglio anch’io la fidanzata (singular and plural, masculine and feminine, writing composition)

Paola  e Chiara, Non puoi dire di no (pronouns, present tense, reading comprehension)

Gino Paoli, Quattro amici (revision of  “passato prossimo” and “imperfetto”)

Rita Pavone, W la pappa col pomodoro (how to write a recipee, reading comprehension, prepositions)

Patty Pravo, Una mattina d’estate (prepositions, writing composition, reading comprehension)

Perturbazione, Buongiorno, buona fortuna (writing composition, prepositions, idiomatic expressions)

Vasco Rossi, Una splendida giornata (idiomatic expressions, the use of superlative, writing composition)

Vasco Rossi, Una canzone per te (“passato prossimo” and “imperfetto”, vocabulary)

Iva Zanicchi, Mamma tutto (altered forms)

Nina Zilli, 50mila (reading comprehension, the negative fomr of the imperative tense)

Nina Zilli, Per sempre (If clauses + subjonctive, reading comprehension)

 

Italiano con le canzoni – LIVELLO C1/C2

Articolo 31, La fidanzata (The use of slang expressions in the Italian language, reading comprehension, the use of subjonctive)

Franco Battiato, Summer on a solitary beach (“imperfetto”, specific vocabulary, reading comprehension)

Franco Battiato, Passacaglia (vocabulary, relative pronouns, “passato remoto” tense, reading comprehension)

Lucio Battisti, Sì viaggiare (vocabulary related to cars, idiomatic expressions)

Carmen Consoli, Autunno dolciastro (“imperfetto indicativo” and “imperfetto congiuntivo”, “passato prossimo”)

Vinicio Capossela, Pryntil (vocabulary related to the sea, the gerund tense, prepositions, the classical myths)

Vasco Rossi, Albachiara (reading comprehension, vocabulary)

Checco Zalone, Siamo una squadra fortissimi (detect the mistakes)

 

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