Ever noticed how so many Italian verbs have a common root with English verbs and so may have the same or similar meanings? Yesterday I was looking at the Italian Verb Conjugator on this site (acutually I was tidying up the messy formatting, it’s much neater now) and I was struck by just how many there were […]
Archives for March 2013
How I finally put my Italian to the test, and how you could too
Think you know some Italian? Did you know that on the CILS (Italian language exams) section of the University of Siena’s website you can download last year’s exams to try for free? Complete with listening, reading, grammar & vocabulary sections? Plus answers? I came across these great resources on a Sunday afternoon and, curious to […]
Italian Workout! Level A1
Hey there! Just a quick one to let you know that OnlineItalianClub.com’s new e-book/audio package has just been released. It’s called… ITALIAN WORKOUT! A1 We wrote it for beginners, or for those at a higher level who’d like to give their elementary grammar and vocabulary a workout! Italian Workout! A1 replaces our old A1 e-book […]
What’s Your Level In Italian?
I’ve just added an Italian level test to OnlineItalianClub.com – 40 multiple choice questions, just the thing for a frosty Saturday in March! Also, don’t forget, today is the last day of the special price on our E-book/Audio package “The Tenses You Need To Speak Italian“: today half price at €9.99, tomorrow full price at […]
Affrettati! Italian verbs book 1/2 price for just two more days
Speak Italian confidently? Using the correct tenses? Neither do I. Not to worry, though. The introductory 1/2 -price offer on Daniele’s new e-book/audio package “The Tenses You Need To Speak Italian” still has two days to run. Quindi affrettati! (So hurry up!) Act now to get your tenses & irregular verbs straightened out for just […]
The Tenses You Need To Speak Italian
The e-book “The Tenses You Need To Speak Italian” is finally ready! For students of Italian from beginner to intermediate level this is a complete run through of the tenses you need to actually speak and understand the language, plus exercises to practise with. 112 page .pdf with 9 audio files (for the listening exercises) […]
Mio dio! Quite a lot of new exercises to help you learn Italian.
Young Daniele, exercise-writer-in-chief here at OnlineItalianClub.com, just sent me a mail with links to the latest exercises for learning Italian. I opened it to find a nearly endless list of URLs… At the bottom, he’d written: “Questo è tutto.” (“That’s all”) Mio dio. Wish I had his energy. By the way, Daniele also has an […]