Today’s free Italian lesson is no. 50 in our series and features the relative pronouns ‘che’ and ‘cui’.
There’s a brief explanation and two exercises, an easier one and a harder one.
But amazingly, I got full marks on both!
So there’s hope for me yet.
And for you, too, of course.
One day, Cinderella, you WILL speak Italian!
No pumpkin required.
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Eight simple chapters – with glossaries, exercises and audio available to listen to online as often as you wish!
Perfect for beginners, or near beginners.
But useful also for those of you at higher levels who’d like to feel more confident when reading and listening in Italian.
And best of all?
It’s just €7.50 until Sunday, when the offer ends.
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Dai, ragazzi… per favore?
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More on Monday. Buon fine settimana!