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Today we have the third in our series of free elementary Italian listening exercises.
Click this link to see the audio player and questions. Further down that page (not this one), there’s a transcript, but obviously, you should attempt the listening task at least a couple of times first, without the transcript.
You’ll find many, many more listening practice exercises at this level on our A1 Italian Exercises page.
And, if/when those are too easy for you, check out these other levels of free material for learning Italian.
More on Monday.
OK, enough of ‘free’.
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Vabbè, maybe I’m exaggerating a little.
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