Online Italian language course specialized in responding to the linguistic difficulties of native Chinese speakers. The course is realized thanks to an agreement between Fondazione Italia Cina and Didael KTS. It allows you to develop the language skills provided by the 6 levels of the Common European Framework of the Council of Europe and to prepare properly for the certification exams. The scientific validity of the project is guaranteed by the collaboration with Direzione del Centro d’Ateneo per la promozione della lingua e della cultura italiana “Chiara e Giuseppe Feltrinelli” (CALCIF) and Centro interdipartimentale di ricerca sull’Asia contemporanea (CARC) of the University of Milan. An important contribution to “Italian for Chinese” came also from the Ministry of the Interior and the State Police, whose availability made it possible to set some dialogues of the course at the Questura in Milan, making photographs of the premises and staff.



  • Skills development related to the 6 levels of the Common European Framework: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 (different competences depending on the chosen level)
  • Preparation for the certification exam
  • Basic knowledge of Italian culture



The training is structured on 6 levels of the Common European Framework: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2. Each level comprises 20/25 units (approximately 250 study hours), for a total of 136 units if all levels are considered. In order to select the level best suited to your needs, a placement test has been prepared.

Each unit includes scenarios, text or introductory dialogue that can be read or hidden and listened to: all with photo slideshows related to real places and situations.

Units include audio dialogues, photo slideshows, over 3,000 oral comprehension exercises and written production, over 7,000 entries, numerous linguistic and cultural insights.  Numerous types of exercises are used, such as dictation, rewriting, cloze, reordering of dialogues and phrases, association, classification, find the intruder, multiple choice and true/false. These include interactive multimedia exercises enriched with original films that stimulate conversation and propose further topics of linguistic and cultural study.

All exercises require immediate feedback.

The course contains several insights related to Italian culture: art, cinema and TV, cities and landscapes, cuisine, literature, fashion, music, health, history, travel and transport.