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Italian Language and Culture 03.23.09. Objectives To learn vocabulary related to the calendar To learn vocabulary related to the calendar To learn expressions.

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1 Italian Language and Culture

2 Objectives To learn vocabulary related to the calendar To learn vocabulary related to the calendar To learn expressions used with the verb avere To learn expressions used with the verb avere To gain a basic knowledge of the history of Rome To gain a basic knowledge of the history of Rome

3 Review io io tu tu lui/lei lui/lei noi noi voi voi loro loro sono sono sei sei è siamo siamo siete siete sono sono

4 Review maschile maschile –ending – o: ragazzo - boy, panino – sandwich –indefinite article – un, uno, un feminile feminile –ending – a: ragazza - girl, scuola - school –indefinite article – una, un non si sa – e non si sa – e –fiume (m) river, regione (f) region

5 Gender Feminile –rice Feminile –rice –attrice –massagiatrice –oratrice –lavoratrice –istruttrice Maschile –ore Maschile –ore –attore –massagiatore –oratore –lavoratore –istruttore

6 Plurals maschile maschile –i ragazzi, panini ragazzi, panini feminile feminile –e ragazze, scuole ragazze, scuole ending in e ending in e –i fiumi, regioni fiumi, regioni

7 Definite Articles maschile maschile –il il museo, il ponte il museo, il ponte –l lamico, lanno lamico, lanno –lo lo stato, lo stadio lo stato, lo stadio feminile feminile –la la città, la fontana la città, la fontana –l lamica, lisola lamica, lisola

8 Plural Definite Articles Maschile Maschile –i i musei, i ponti, i ragazzi i musei, i ponti, i ragazzi –gli gli stadi, gli amici, gli stivali, gli anni gli stadi, gli amici, gli stivali, gli anni Feminile Feminile –le le amiche, le isole, le montagne, le classi le amiche, le isole, le montagne, le classi

9 Negatives No, non No, non –Sei di Milano? –No, non sono di Milano –Sono di New York

10 Calendario Anno Inverno Dicembre Gennaio Febbraio Primavera Marzo Aprile Maggio Estate Giugno Luglio Agosto Autunno Settembre Ottobre Novembre

11 Important Calendar Vocab giorno giorno oggi oggi domani domani ieri ieri domenica domenica lunedí lunedí martedí martedí mercoledí mercoledí giovedí giovedí venerdí venerdí sabato sabato day day today today tomorrow tomorrow yesterday yesterday Sunday Sunday Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday

12 Marzo 2009 Domenica Lunedì Martedì Mercoledì Giovedì Venerdì Sabato

13 Avere io io tu tu lui/lei lui/lei noi noi voi voi loro loro ho ho hai hai ha ha abbiamo abbiamo avete avete hanno hanno

14 Idioms with avere avere anni avere anni avere sonno avere sonno avere fame avere fame avere sete avere sete avere freddo avere freddo avere caldo avere caldo avere paura di avere paura di avere voglia di avere voglia di avere bisogno di avere bisogno di avere ragione avere ragione

15 Roma: La Cittá Eterna A Historical Dramatization

16 The Founding 753 b.c. 753 b.c. –legend has it Romulus (Romolo) and Remus (Remo) founded Rome

17 Etruscan Rule Never really controlled Rome, but had a heavy influence that included architecture and possible religion Never really controlled Rome, but had a heavy influence that included architecture and possible religion Romans rebelled around 500 b.c. and set up a Republic Romans rebelled around 500 b.c. and set up a Republic

18 Roman Republic Lets get together so we dont get taken over. Lets get together so we dont get taken over. Sounds great. In doing so, lets become one of the most powerful cities in the world. Sounds great. In doing so, lets become one of the most powerful cities in the world. Ok! Ok! (fake conversation somewhere between 509 b.c. and 49 b.c.) Army strengthens Army strengthens Caesar conquers Gaul and becomes a famous general. He eventually marches on Rome to take control of the city Caesar conquers Gaul and becomes a famous general. He eventually marches on Rome to take control of the city He rules for 4 years before his assassination ending the Republic He rules for 4 years before his assassination ending the Republic

19 Roman Empire 44 b.c. Caesar Augustus becomes the first emperor of Rome 44 b.c. Caesar Augustus becomes the first emperor of Rome Lots of conquests, back-stabbing (literally), peace, war, and eventually spreading too thin. Lots of conquests, back-stabbing (literally), peace, war, and eventually spreading too thin. 455 a.d. Vandals sac Rome 455 a.d. Vandals sac Rome 476 a.d. Rome falls for good. 476 a.d. Rome falls for good.

20 Medieval Rome Many groups conquer Rome including the Huns, the Goths, and the Barbars (barbarians) Many groups conquer Rome including the Huns, the Goths, and the Barbars (barbarians) Loose peace agreements here and there, but mainly war Loose peace agreements here and there, but mainly war The position of the Pope is established at St. Peters. The position of the Pope is established at St. Peters. Constantinople and Rome dispute claim to seat the head of all churches. Constantinople and Rome dispute claim to seat the head of all churches.

21 Holy Roman Empire 800 a.d. Pope Leo III crowns Charlemagne (not even a Roman!) the holy Roman emperor. 800 a.d. Pope Leo III crowns Charlemagne (not even a Roman!) the holy Roman emperor. Lots more invasions of Rome Lots more invasions of Rome Crusades Crusades Romes importance increases as Christians win religious battles Romes importance increases as Christians win religious battles Christianity spreads Christianity spreads Inquisition Inquisition

22 The Renaissance Michelangelo paints the Sistine Chapel Michelangelo paints the Sistine Chapel Religious business settles down a little and starts to support the arts commissioning new churches, sculptures, and paintings all around the city Religious business settles down a little and starts to support the arts commissioning new churches, sculptures, and paintings all around the city

23 Modern Rome 1848 a.d. – Italy is united for the first time 1848 a.d. – Italy is united for the first time –Rome becomes the capital Rome increases in popularity worldwide and becomes know as the Eternal City Rome increases in popularity worldwide and becomes know as the Eternal City


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