Romanian language classes to start in Sibiu this summer

Newsroom 16/04/2013 | 11:42

Romanian school ROLANG will organize a summer school for foreigners between July 29 – August 9. The program is held in association with the Faculty of Journalism of “Lucian Blaga” University, Sibiu at Sibiu. The program consists of 30 hours of Romanian language and six hours of intensive courses.

ROLANG is specialized in teaching Romanian  as a foreign language at different levels starting from beginner and ending to advanced level. The beginner level (A1 and A2 level) develops basic communication skills, through the learning of familiar everyday phrases and words, and basic grammar notions. The intermediate level (B1 and B2 level) develops skills such as communication about familiar topics, understanding texts with a high frequency in a conversation, writing messages or short compositions describing feelings, emotions and impressions. The advanced level (C1 and C2 level) aims in developing spontaneous conversations on various topics, comprehension of long and complex texts or compositions, understanding of any kind of spoken Romanian language.

At the end of the course, the students will give a test and will receive a certificate proving their level of Romanian language. More details about the school here.

Sabrina Porteka 

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