Sometimes you can learn more from what’s done badly than from what’s done well.
Listening to my Italian students speaking English, for example, has taught me masses about the differences between the two languages.
And today’s Italian exercise on Pronomi relativi possessivi is a case in point.
It’s so badly-written that it actually turned out to be a huge help to me in figuring out the grammar!
The ‘correct’ options follow a regular pattern, while the ‘incorrect’ options are often the same and yet are so obviously wrong in the context that I had no trouble getting 12/12.
Take a look and you’ll see what I mean: a badly-written, but really useful exercise!
I’ll be back on Monday with another free Italian exercise, and with the publication of the new easy reader in our ‘Book of the Film‘ series ‘I soliti ignoti‘.
In the meantime if you’re short of study materials, why not take a look around our online shop?