Forgive me for being a little late today, but I’ve been working on a new website for people learning Italian.
In particular, I’ve been formatting a series of fourteen audios on Italian festivals and public holidays – Christmas, Carnival, Mothers’ Day, and so on.
As our series of Italian grammar lessons is sort of finished (though I still have some bits and pieces to add), why don’t you take a look at the new material?
Listen to the audio, while reading the transcript.
Then, if you wish, you can read the transcript in your own time, without the audio.
And it’s also useful to listen a few more times, eventually without looking at the transcript.
That way you’re working on your listening and reading skills, while building vocabulary and consolidating your grammar!
Best of all, the new material is completely free to use (there are some ads…)
You can find it here:
I’d recommend starting from the first one and working your way through the year…
Oh, and don’t forget our new Italian easy reader, which is ideal for beginners or near beginners.
As I mentioned on Monday, Rosa la cuoca disastrosa is on offer until this coming Sunday at just €7.50. After that it will sell at €9.99, our standard easy reader price.
- Download your FREE sample chapter (.pdf)
- Get the full version of ‘Rosa la cuoca disastrosa‘ for just €7.50
- Browse all our e-books for learning Italian
N.B. On Friday I’ll be posting first thing in the morning (probably some more listening material from the new site), but then I’m off to a wedding in Tuscany and will be away from the computer most of the day.
E-books and so on will still be sent out within the promised 24 hours (assuming they have WiFi in Tuscany) but probably not as rapidly as usual, so please be understanding!