Academic Year 2023/2024

  • Teaching Mode: Traditional lectures
  • Campus: Forli
  • Corso: First cycle degree programme (L) in Languages and Technologies for Intercultural Communication (cod. 5979)

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, the student possesses a basic knowledge of the Slovak language and culture; he/she achieves written and oral language competence applicable in communicative situations on familiar and everyday topics (roughly corresponding to Level A1).


Nemčíková, Zuzana - Šuša, Ivan, 2022. Corso di Lingua Slovacca. Milano: Hoepli.

Kamenárová, Renáta a kol., 2018: Krížom-krážom. Slovenčina A1. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského.

Kamenárová, Renáta a kol., 2018: Krížom-krážom. Slovenčina Cvičebnica A1+A2. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského.

Kročanová-Roberts, Dagmar – Resutíková-Toppi, Barbora, 2010: Slovenčina-Slovacco-Slovak. Bologna: BUP.

Vertanová, S. – Andoková, M. – Štubňa, P. – Moyšová, S., 2015 Tlmočník ako rečník. Bratislava: Vydavateľstvo UK.

Štubňa, Pavol, 2015: Základy simultánneho tlmočenia. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského.

Štubňa, Pavol, 2018: Ekonomika pre tlmočníkov z/do taliančiny. Bratislava: Z-F LINGUA.

Šuša, Ivan, 2011: Gli aspetti comparativi e di traduzione nei rapporti interletterari slovacco-italiani. Banská Bystrica: UMB.

Šuša, Ivan: La letteratura italiana attraverso i modelli di ricezione nella cultura slovacca prima e dopo il 1989. In: InTraLinea. Online translation journal. Bologna, DIT, 2021, vol. 23. Il link: https://www.intralinea.org/current

In aggiunta al materiale sopra indicato, è suggerito l'uso dei dizionari, dei periodici e delle fonti aggiuntive.

Teaching methods

The class combines didactic methods and uses different learning activities, in order to provide students with the communicative grammar of Slovak language and train all basic skills (reading, listening, writing, and speaking). Activities include revision and practice of grammar , reading and listening comprehension, oral and written summaries of texts, translations, syntactic and stylistic analysis of the texts etc.

Assessment methods

Students are required to:

Attend the classes and prepare regularly for the lessons.

Pass a final exam (written test and an oral exam*).

Any change of the requirements or evaluation procedures will be announced at the beginning of the semester.

* Topics for oral exam will be announced in advance.

Teaching tools

books, power-point presentations, audiomaterial, visual aids (grammar maps) atc.

Office hours

See the website of Zuzana Kubusova