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Degree: MSt Modern Languages (Italian) (Masters) - Oxford, St Edmund Hall University
I'm Giulia, I'm 22 years old and I am currently at the University of Oxford to do my MSt Modern Modern Languages (Italian), after completing a BA in Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London. I am currently studying post-1950s literature and poetry, but I will be more than happy to help you with any time period when it comes to Italian Literature and of course, with the language and grammar too!
I have taught Italian and English as a foreign language for several years, both in one-to-one sessions and to whole classes. I am passionate about teaching my language, literature and culture to those who are keen to learn!
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|History of Art||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Italian||A Level||£24 /hr|
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|History of Art||GCSE||£22 /hr|
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|Comparative Literature||Bachelors Degree||First Class Honours|
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Larry (Parent) November 7 2016
The periodo ipotetico is a construct in Italian that is useful to express hypothetical actions, following the "if...then..." structure. There are three different periodi ipotetici: della realtà, describing real situations that do happen, della possibilità, descirbing possible situations that might happen e dell'irrealtà, describing situations, that can only be imagined and cannot actually happen (often things that happened in the past and cannot be changed).
They are made of two parts: the "if" part, called protasi, and the "then" part, called apodosi.
Depending on which kind of situation is described, different tenses have to be used:
1) della realtà: SE + indicativo; (then) indicativo/imperativo
"Se piove, prendo l'ombrello"
"Se piove, copriti!"
2) della possibilità: SE + congiuntivo imperfetto, (then) condizionale presente
"Se avessi un fidanzato, sarei felice"
3) dell'irrealtà: SE + congiuntivo trapassato, (then) condizionale passato
"Se Marta fosse stata attenta, non sarebbe caduta"