Welcome to an exciting and enriching journey to learn the beautiful Maltese language, which is the official language of Malta and one of the official languages of the European Union. With this course, we will take you on a step-by-step journey, starting from level 0 to A1, where you will learn the basics of the Maltese language and acquire a solid foundation for further study.
The Maltese language is unique and rich in history and culture, reflecting its location in the heart of the Mediterranean. With a population of around 500,000 people, Malta boasts a rich heritage and a vibrant community that is warm and welcoming to all.
This course has been designed with a focus on providing you with an interactive and engaging learning experience. Through a range of multimedia resources, including audio and video, we will help you develop your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Maltese. We will also explore Maltese culture and traditions, so you can deepen your understanding and appreciation of this wonderful language and its people.
The course is divided into several modules, each focusing on different aspects of the Maltese language and culture. We will start by introducing you to the Maltese alphabet and basic phrases, followed by everyday vocabulary, sentence structure, and grammar. You will also learn about Maltese food and drink, family and relationships, hobbies and leisure activities, Maltese history and traditions, and travel and tourism.
By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation in Maltese language and culture, and you will be able to communicate effectively with native Maltese speakers. Whether you are learning Maltese for travel, work, or personal enrichment, this course will provide you with a comprehensive and engaging learning experience that is both fun and rewarding. So, are you ready to embark on this exciting journey to learn the Maltese language and culture? Let's get started!
Other Lessons[edit | edit source]
- Comparatives and Superlatives
- Possessive Pronouns
- How to Use Be
- Possessive Case in Maltese
- Present Tense
- Gender and Plurals
- Regular Verbs
Sources[edit | edit source]
Vincent and Maintenance script