Academic year
2021/2022 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
Course code
FT0302 (AF:359925 AR:189110)
On campus classes
ECTS credits
Degree level
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code
4th Term
Course year
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The course is compulsory for students who have not passed the written Italian Access Test; it offers the opportunity to fill linguistic gaps, with particular reference to writing language.
Fill the students' linguistic gaps, with particular reference to writing language.
There are no prerequisites.
Spoken and writing language. Italian Orthography. Division into syllables, use of capital letters.
Logical structure of the text. Italian lexicon: "style" and "register", linguistic registers and contexts of use, idiomatic expressions, synonyms, generic words and specific words.
Questions of Italian morphology and syntax: times and verbal modes; syntax of the simple and complex sentence, marked and unmarked order, coordination and subordination, implicit and explicit form, main syntax errors, meaningful concordances. Reading and understanding, "5 W", information hierarchy, paraphrase and summary, forms of quotation.

1. P. Trifone – M. Palermo, Grammatica italiana di base, Bologna, Zanichelli, 2014.

2. F. Bruni e G. Alfieri, S. Fornasiero, S. Tamiozzo Goldmann, Manuale di scrittura e comunicazione. Per l'Università Per l'azienda, terza edizione a c. di A. Cotugno e F. Malagnini, Bologna, Zanichelli, 2013, sezione I, pp. 15-320. Non-attending part-time students are required to study the entire volume.
The exam will consist in a writing text.
The course includes lectures and workshops.
The exam is written. Some elapsed tests are foreseen: those who have passed all the elapsed tests (and have not done more than three absences) will achieve eligibility without having to take the final exam.
Part-time students (not attending) and those who, despite having attended, do not have passed one of the tests passed will have to take the final exam.
Definitive programme.
Last update of the programme: 01/09/2021