English I

A.Y. 2019/2020
9
Max ECTS
60
Overall hours
SSD
L-LIN/12
Language
English
Learning objectives
The course aims to present the main features of English from both a theoretical and an applied perspective. In particular, the course will introduce practical notions in English phonetics, phonology and morphology and word formation strategies. It will then focus on developing students' critical listening and reading skills, as well as their grammar knowledge. The suggested entry level is the B1 level of the CEFR. A working knowledge of Italian is also required. The exit level is set at the B2 level of the CEFR.
Expected learning outcomes
By the end of the course students will have reached B2-level competences in English and will be able to master all the fundamental skills (especially listening and reading). They will be familiar with intermediate (B2) level English grammar, in particular verb tenses. They will be able to discuss non-specialised subjects in English.
Course syllabus and organization

A-K gruppo 1

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
Module 1
Phonetics and phonology for listening (semester 1)
English phonetics and phonology; the IPA; sounds and articulation; word stress, sentence stress, pitch and intonation. Practical applications for listening for academic purposes.
Module 2
Variation in English (semester 2)
This unit introduces sociolinguistic variation in today's English and focuses, in particular, on a selection of varieties of English.
Module 3
English for tourism (semester 2)
Unit 3 describes the characteristics of English for Tourism as a specialised language and introduces the main written genres of tourism discourse through the detailed linguistic analysis of selected excerpts from written tourist materials (advertisements, brochures, travel articles, guidebooks, websites, travel blogs, etc).
Prerequisites for admission
This course, entirely taught in English, requires a minimum English competence of CEFR B1.
It will be up to students below this level to make up for any gaps in their English language knowledge up to B1.
Teaching methods
The teaching methods used will draw from applied functional linguistics, especially from the English-speaking tradition. In particular, the methods will include theoretical notions on phonetics and phonology, lexicon and morphosyntax, textual genres and discourse analysis.
Teaching Resources
Module 1
- Ballard, Kim, Frameworks of English: Introducing Language Structures, any edition, Basingstoke and London, Palgrave Macmillan.
- PPT presentations and any other material used in class that will be uploaded on the Ariel e-learning platform.
Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending students:
- Paul Carley, Inger M. Mees, Beverley Collins 2018, English Phonetics and Pronunciation Practice, Milton Park, Routledge.

Module 2
- Trudgill, Peter and Hannah Jean 2008, International English: A guide to the varieties of Standard English (The English Language Series), 5th or 6th edition, London, Routledge.
- PPT presentations and any other material used in class that will be uploaded on the Ariel e-learning platform.
Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending students:
- Jenkins, Jennifer 2015, Global Englishes: A Resource Book for Students, 3rd edition, London, Routledge.

Module 3
- Cappelli, Gloria 2008, Sun, Sea, Sex and the Unspoilt Countryside: How the English Language Makes Tourists out of Readers, 2nd edition, Pari, Pari Publishing.
- PPT presentations and any other material used in class that will be uploaded on the Ariel e-learning platform.

Language practice sessions
- Vince, Michael 2014, Language Practice for First, 5th edition, Student's Book Pack with Answer Key, Oxford, Macmillan Education.
- Kisslinger, Ellen & Lida Baker 2018, Skillful 3, Listening & Speaking, Student's Book Pack, B2, London, Macmillan Education.
Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending or below B1-level students, are:
- Eastwood, John 2003, Oxford Learner's Grammar, Oxford, Oxford University Press, (both Grammar Finder and Grammar Builder).
- Hancock, Mark 2003, English Pronunciation in Use - Intermediate, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (with CD and CD Rom).
Assessment methods and Criteria
EVALUATION
Assessment is test-based. To obtain a final mark ('voto di esame'), students will have to pass course content tests covering the contents of the three teaching units, as well as preliminary language skills tests.
Students holding an official (e.g. Cambridge) certification (obtained before the beginning of the first semester and no older than 3 years), at First Certificate of English level or equivalent (a list of equivalent certifications will be provided), with an A or top grade, may skip the preliminary language skills test. A photocopy of the certificate will have to be handed in at the beginning of the academic year, according to the instructions provided during the official course.

PRELIMINARY LANGUAGE SKILLS TESTS ('accertamento linguistico')
The preliminary language skills written test assesses students' grammar and listening skills, focusing in particular on the specific syntactic aspects dealt with in both the official course and the language practice sessions throughout the academic year. Preparation for the preliminary language skills written test is provided especially during Language practice sessions. The preliminary language skills written test is composed of 1) a grammar test, with exercises including true-or-false questions, multiple choice questions, gap filling, sentence transformations - 31 questions in 30 minutes (pass mark: 18/30); and 2) a listening exercise with a lexical cloze-test - 10 gaps to fill in 10 minutes (pass mark: 6/10). This is administered 3 times a year during 'appelli scritti', requires online UNIMIA registration, and must be passed by the end of the 2019-2020 academic year (28 February 2021). Dictionaries are not allowed.

One preliminary language skills oral test (a short 2-5 minute interview), in which students have to prove that they can talk about themes and subjects that will be indicated during the course in a linguistically correct and academically appropriate manner. This is administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and requires online UNIMIA registration.

COURSE CONTENT TESTS
Prior to sitting the preliminary language skills oral test, students will have to pass three written tests on the contents of each of the official course's units. Each test is composed of 31 questions, to be answered in 30 minutes. The three course content tests are administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and require online UNIMIA registration. Students may sit the three course content tests together or separately, in the order they prefer, during each of the 6 yearly sessions of 'appelli orali', as long as they pass them by the end of the last exam session of the 2019-2020 academic year (28 February 2021). Marks obtained in the course content tests will go towards the formulation of the final mark.

FINAL MARK ('VOTO DI ESAME')
Only students who have successfully passed their preliminary language skills written test and the course content tests will be able to sit the preliminary language skills oral test and obtain a final mark.

The final mark for the English I course will be awarded at the end of the preliminary language skills oral test by one of the course subject professors, who will consider the marks obtained by the student in all the different tests, particularly in the course content tests.
The marks obtained by students in the various tests during academic year 2019-2020 will be valid until the last exam session of the academic year, i.e. 28 February 2021 included. After that date, students will not be able to use those marks, and will have to sit and pass all the tests again, according to the new syllabus (which may be different; please check it for changes).
Teaching Unit 1
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Grego Kim Serena
Teaching Unit 2
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Nikitina Jekaterina
Teaching Unit 3
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Anselmo Anna

A-K gruppo 2

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
Module 1
Phonetics and phonology for listening (semester 1)
This module deals with English phonetics and phonology; the IPA; sounds and articulation; word stress, sentence stress, pitch and intonation. Practical applications for listening for academic purposes.

Module 2
Variation in English (semester 2)
This module introduces the sociolinguistic variation in today's English and focuses, in particular, on a selection of varieties of English.

Module 3
English for tourism (semester 2)
Module 3 describes the characteristics of English for Tourism as a specialised language and introduces the main written genres of tourism discourse through the detailed linguistic analysis of selected excerpts from written tourist materials (advertisements, brochures, travel articles, guidebooks, websites, travel blogs, etc).
Prerequisites for admission
This course, entirely taught in English, requires a minimum English competence of CEFR B1.
It will be up to students below this level to make up for any gaps in their English language knowledge up to B1.
Teaching methods
The teaching methods used will draw from applied functional linguistics, especially from the English-speaking tradition. In particular, the methods will include theoretical notions on phonetics and phonology, lexicon and morphosyntax, textual genres and discourse analysis.
Teaching Resources
Module 1
- Ballard, Kim, Frameworks of English: Introducing Language Structures, any edition, Basingstoke and London, Palgrave Macmillan.
- PPT presentations and any other material used in class that will be uploaded on the Ariel e-learning platform.
Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending students:
- Paul Carley, Inger M. Mees, Beverley Collins 2018, English Phonetics and Pronunciation Practice, Milton Park, Routledge.

Module 2
- Trudgill, Peter and Hannah Jean 2008, International English: A guide to the varieties of Standard English (The English Language Series), 5th or 6th edition, London, Routledge.
- PPT presentations and any other material used in class that will be uploaded on the Ariel e-learning platform.
Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending students:
- Jenkins, Jennifer 2015, Global Englishes: A Resource Book for Students, 3rd edition, London, Routledge.

Module 3
- Cappelli, Gloria 2008, Sun, Sea, Sex and the Unspoilt Countryside: How the English Language Makes Tourists out of Readers, 2nd edition, Pari, Pari Publishing.
- PPT presentations and any other material used in class that will be uploaded on the Ariel e-learning platform.

Language practice sessions
- Vince, Michael 2014, Language Practice for First, 5th edition, Student's Book Pack with Answer Key, Oxford, Macmillan Education.
- Kisslinger, Ellen & Lida Baker 2018, Skillful 3, Listening & Speaking, Student's Book Pack, B2, London, Macmillan Education.
Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending or below B1-level students, are:
- Eastwood, John 2003, Oxford Learner's Grammar, Oxford, Oxford University Press, (both Grammar Finder and Grammar Builder).
- Hancock, Mark 2003, English Pronunciation in Use - Intermediate, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (with CD and CD ROM).
Assessment methods and Criteria
EVALUATION
Assessment is test-based. To obtain a final mark ('voto di esame'), students will have to pass course content tests covering the contents of the three teaching units, as well as preliminary language skills tests.
Students holding an official (e.g. Cambridge) certification (obtained before the beginning of the first semester and no older than 3 years), at First Certificate of English level or equivalent (a list of equivalent certifications will be provided), with an A or top grade, may skip the preliminary language skills test. A photocopy of the certificate will have to be handed in at the beginning of the academic year, according to the instructions provided during the official course.

PRELIMINARY LANGUAGE SKILLS TESTS ('accertamento linguistico')
The preliminary language skills written test assesses students' grammar and listening skills, focusing in particular on the specific syntactic aspects dealt with in both the official course and the language practice sessions throughout the academic year. Preparation for the preliminary language skills written test is provided especially during Language practice sessions. The preliminary language skills written test is composed of 1) a grammar test, with exercises including true-or-false questions, multiple choice questions, gap filling, sentence transformations - 31 questions in 30 minutes (pass mark: 18/30); and 2) a listening exercise with a lexical cloze-test - 10 gaps to fill in 10 minutes (pass mark: 6/10). This is administered 3 times a year during 'appelli scritti', requires online UNIMIA registration, and must be passed by the end of the 2019-2020 academic year (28 February 2021). Dictionaries are not allowed.

One preliminary language skills oral test (a short 2-5 minute interview), in which students have to prove that they can talk about themes and subjects that will be indicated during the course in a linguistically correct and academically appropriate manner. This is administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and requires online UNIMIA registration.

COURSE CONTENT TESTS
Prior to sitting the preliminary language skills oral test, students will have to pass three written tests on the contents of each of the official course's units. Each test is composed of 31 questions, to be answered in 30 minutes. The three course content tests are administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and require online UNIMIA registration. Students may sit the three course content tests together or separately, in the order they prefer, during each of the 6 yearly sessions of 'appelli orali', as long as they pass them by the end of the last exam session of the 2019-2020 academic year (28 February 2021). Marks obtained in the course content tests will go towards the formulation of the final mark.

FINAL MARK ('VOTO DI ESAME')
Only students who have successfully passed their preliminary language skills written test and the course content tests will be able to sit the preliminary language skills oral test and obtain a final mark.

The final mark for the English I course will be awarded at the end of the preliminary language skills oral test by one of the course subject professors, who will consider the marks obtained by the student in all the different tests, particularly in the course content tests.
The marks obtained by students in the various tests during academic year 2019-2020 will be valid until the last exam session of the academic year, i.e. 28 February 2021 included. After that date, students will not be able to use those marks, and will have to sit and pass all the tests again, according to the new syllabus (which may be different; please check it for changes).
Teaching Unit 1
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Grego Kim Serena
Teaching Unit 2
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Anselmo Anna
Teaching Unit 3
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours

L-Z gruppo 1

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
English in use across countries and cultures
Teaching Unit 1: "Phonetics and phonology for listening" (semester 1)
English phonetics and phonology; the IPA; sounds and articulation; word stress, sentence stress, pitch and intonation. Practical applications for listening for academic purposes.
Teaching Unit 2: "Variation in English" (semester 2)
This unit introduces sociolinguistic variation in today's English and focuses, in particular, on a selection of varieties of English.
Teaching Unit 3: "English for tourism" (semester 2)
This unit describes the characteristics of English for Tourism as a specialised language and introduces the main written genres of tourism discourse through the detailed linguistic analysis of selected excerpts from written tourist materials (advertisements, brochures, travel articles, guidebooks, websites, travel blogs, etc).
Prerequisites for admission
This course, entirely taught in English, requires a minimum English competence of CEFR B1.
It will be up to students below this level to make up for any gaps in their English language knowledge up to B1.
Teaching methods
This is a first-year, two-semester course.
The language of instruction is English.
The course is lecture-based and divided into three teaching units.
Language practice sessions ("esercitazioni") are scheduled in addition to the teaching units (see official timetable). Students are strongly advised to attend them.
Teaching Resources
Teaching Unit 1
Ballard, Kim, Frameworks of English. Introducing Language Structures, London: Palgrave, any edition, Chapters 1, 9, 10, 11.
Additional textbook recommended, especially to non-attending students: Cauldwell, Richard 2013, Phonology for Listening, Birmingham, Speech In Action.
Teaching Unit 2
Trudgill, Peter and Jean Hannah 2008, International English: A Guide to the Varieties of Standard English (The English Language Series), 5th or 6th edition, London: Routledge.
Additional textbook recommended, especially to non-attending students: Jenkins, Jennifer 2015, Global Englishes: A Resource Book for Students, 3rd edition, London: Routledge.
Teaching Unit 3
Cappelli, Gloria 2008, Sun, Sea, Sex and the Unspoilt Countryside: How the English Language Makes Tourists out of Readers, 2nd edition, Pari: Pari Publishing.
During lectures additional materials will be provided for classroom use and personal study for the three teaching units. All additional materials will be made available on the course website on the Ariel e-learning platform (http://kgregoli1.ariel.ctu.unimi.it).
Materials used in language practice sessions:
Vince, Michael 2014, Language Practice for First, 5th edition, Student's Book Pack with Answer Key, Oxford, Macmillan Education.
Kisslinger, Ellen & Lida Baker 2018, Skillful 3, Listening & Speaking, Student's Book Pack, B2, London, Macmillan Education.

Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending or below B1-level students, are:
Eastwood, John 2003, Oxford Learner's Grammar, Oxford, Oxford University Press, (both Grammar Finder and Grammar Builder).
Hancock, Mark 2003, English Pronunciation in Use - Intermediate, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (with CD and CDRom).
Assessment methods and Criteria
FINAL EVALUATION
Assessment is test-based. To obtain a final mark ('voto di esame'), students will have to pass course content tests covering the contents of the three teaching units, as well as preliminary language skills tests.
Students holding an official (e.g. Cambridge) certification (obtained before the beginning of the first semester and no older than 3 years), at First Certificate of English level or equivalent (a list of equivalent certifications will be provided), with an A or top grade, may skip the preliminary language skills test. A copy of the certificate will have to be handed in at the beginning of the academic year, according to the instructions provided during the official course.

PRELIMINARY LANGUAGE SKILLS TESTS ('accertamento linguistico')
The preliminary language skills written test assesses students' grammar and listening skills, focusing in particular on the specific syntactic aspects dealt with in both the official course and the language practice sessions throughout the academic year. Preparation for the preliminary language skills written test is provided especially during Language practice sessions. The preliminary language skills written test is composed of 1) a grammar test, with exercises including true-or-false questions, multiple choice questions, gap filling, sentence transformations - 30 questions in 30 minutes (pass mark: 18/30); and 2) a listening exercise with a lexical cloze-test - 10 gaps to fill in 10 minutes (pass mark: 6/10). This is administered 3 times a year during 'appelli scritti', requires online SIFA registration, and must be passed by the end of the 2019-2020 academic year (15 February 2021). Dictionaries are not allowed.

One preliminary language skills oral test (a short 2-5 minute interview), in which students have to prove that they can talk about themes and subjects that will be indicated during the course in a linguistically correct and academically appropriate manner. This is administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and requires online SIFA registration.

COURSE CONTENT TESTS
Prior to sitting the preliminary language skills oral test, students will have to pass three written tests on the contents of each of the official course's units. Each test is composed of 31 questions, to be answered in 30 minutes. The three course content tests are administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and require online SIFA registration. Students may sit the three course content tests together or separately, in the order they prefer, during each of the 6 yearly sessions of 'appelli orali', as long as they pass them by the end of the last exam session of the 2019-2020 academic year (15 February 2021).
FINAL MARK ('VOTO DI ESAME')
Only students who have successfully passed their preliminary language skills written test and the course content tests will be able to sit the preliminary language skills oral test and obtain a final mark.
The final mark for the English I course will be awarded at the end of the preliminary language skills oral test by one of the course subject professors, who will consider the marks obtained by the student in all the different tests, particularly in the course content tests.
Metodi didattici
The language of instruction is English.
The course is lecture-based and divided into three teaching units.
Language practice sessions ("esercitazioni") are scheduled in addition to the teaching units (see official timetable). Students are strongly advised to attend them.
Teaching Unit 1
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Teaching Unit 2
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Grego Kim Serena
Teaching Unit 3
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours

L-Z gruppo 2

Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
English in use across countries and cultures
Teaching Unit 1: "Phonetics and phonology for listening" (semester 1)
English phonetics and phonology; the IPA; sounds and articulation; word stress, sentence stress, pitch and intonation. Practical applications for listening for academic purposes.
Teaching Unit 2: "Variation in English" (semester 2)
This unit introduces sociolinguistic variation in today's English and focuses, in particular, on a selection of varieties of English.
Teaching Unit 3: "English for tourism" (semester 2)
This unit describes the characteristics of English for Tourism as a specialised language and introduces the main written genres of tourism discourse through the detailed linguistic analysis of selected excerpts from written tourist materials (advertisements, brochures, travel articles, guidebooks, websites, travel blogs, etc).
Prerequisites for admission
This course, entirely taught in English, requires a minimum English competence of CEFR B1.
It will be up to students below this level to make up for any gaps in their English language knowledge up to B1.
Teaching methods
This is a first-year, two-semester course.
The language of instruction is English.
The course is lecture-based and divided into three teaching units.
Language practice sessions ("esercitazioni") are scheduled in addition to the teaching units (see official timetable). Students are strongly advised to attend them.
Teaching Resources
Teaching Unit 1
Ballard, Kim, Frameworks of English. Introducing Language Structures, London: Palgrave, any edition, Chapters 1, 9, 10, 11.
Additional textbook recommended, especially to non-attending students: Cauldwell, Richard 2013, Phonology for Listening, Birmingham, Speech In Action.
Teaching Unit 2
Trudgill, Peter and Jean Hannah 2008, International English: A Guide to the Varieties of Standard English (The English Language Series), 5th or 6th edition, London: Routledge.
Additional textbook recommended, especially to non-attending students: Jenkins, Jennifer 2015, Global Englishes: A Resource Book for Students, 3rd edition, London: Routledge.
Teaching Unit 3
Cappelli, Gloria 2008, Sun, Sea, Sex and the Unspoilt Countryside: How the English Language Makes Tourists out of Readers, 2nd edition, Pari: Pari Publishing.
During lectures additional materials will be provided for classroom use and personal study for the three teaching units. All additional materials will be made available on the course website on the Ariel e-learning platform (http://kgregoli1.ariel.ctu.unimi.it).
Materials used in language practice sessions:
Vince, Michael 2014, Language Practice for First, 5th edition, Student's Book Pack with Answer Key, Oxford, Macmillan Education.
Kisslinger, Ellen & Lida Baker 2018, Skillful 3, Listening & Speaking, Student's Book Pack, B2, London, Macmillan Education.

Additional textbooks recommended, especially to non-attending or below B1-level students, are:
Eastwood, John 2003, Oxford Learner's Grammar, Oxford, Oxford University Press, (both Grammar Finder and Grammar Builder).
Hancock, Mark 2003, English Pronunciation in Use - Intermediate, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (with CD and CDRom).
Assessment methods and Criteria
FINAL EVALUATION
Assessment is test-based. To obtain a final mark ('voto di esame'), students will have to pass course content tests covering the contents of the three teaching units, as well as preliminary language skills tests.
Students holding an official (e.g. Cambridge) certification (obtained before the beginning of the first semester and no older than 3 years), at First Certificate of English level or equivalent (a list of equivalent certifications will be provided), with an A or top grade, may skip the preliminary language skills test. A copy of the certificate will have to be handed in at the beginning of the academic year, according to the instructions provided during the official course.

PRELIMINARY LANGUAGE SKILLS TESTS ('accertamento linguistico')
The preliminary language skills written test assesses students' grammar and listening skills, focusing in particular on the specific syntactic aspects dealt with in both the official course and the language practice sessions throughout the academic year. Preparation for the preliminary language skills written test is provided especially during Language practice sessions. The preliminary language skills written test is composed of 1) a grammar test, with exercises including true-or-false questions, multiple choice questions, gap filling, sentence transformations - 30 questions in 30 minutes (pass mark: 18/30); and 2) a listening exercise with a lexical cloze-test - 10 gaps to fill in 10 minutes (pass mark: 6/10). This is administered 3 times a year during 'appelli scritti', requires online SIFA registration, and must be passed by the end of the 2019-2020 academic year (15 February 2021). Dictionaries are not allowed.

One preliminary language skills oral test (a short 2-5 minute interview), in which students have to prove that they can talk about themes and subjects that will be indicated during the course in a linguistically correct and academically appropriate manner. This is administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and requires online SIFA registration.

COURSE CONTENT TESTS
Prior to sitting the preliminary language skills oral test, students will have to pass three written tests on the contents of each of the official course's units. Each test is composed of 31 questions, to be answered in 30 minutes. The three course content tests are administered 6 times a year during 'appelli orali', and require online SIFA registration. Students may sit the three course content tests together or separately, in the order they prefer, during each of the 6 yearly sessions of 'appelli orali', as long as they pass them by the end of the last exam session of the 2019-2020 academic year (15 February 2021). Marks obtained in the course content tests will go towards the formulation of the final mark. Instructions on how to register for interim tests are provided on Ariel at the end of the various units.

FINAL MARK ('VOTO DI ESAME')
Only students who have successfully passed their preliminary language skills written test and the course content tests will be able to sit the preliminary language skills oral test and obtain a final mark.
The final mark for the English I course will be awarded at the end of the preliminary language skills oral test by one of the course subject professors, who will consider the marks obtained by the student in all the different tests, particularly in the course content tests.
Teaching Unit 1
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Catenaccio Paola
Teaching Unit 2
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Nikitina Jekaterina
Teaching Unit 3
L-LIN/12 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - ENGLISH - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Lonati Elisabetta
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