Are you prejudiced?
Do you see the world as a collection of stereotypes?
Or perhaps you’re a stereotype, yourself?
Maybe you’re a Brit with a plummy accent, or an Australian wearing a hat with corks dangling from it…
The reason I ask is that ‘Stereotipi e pregiudizi‘ is the topic of our newest, free Italian conversation lesson.
There are questions at elementary, intermediate and advanced levels – it’s just the thing to get a conversation going!
Click here to see today’s new lesson.
Or view all the free conversation topics on the club’s website.
Get a magnificent 25% OFF the usual easy reader price!
Then, with the savings, go buy yourself a Mars bar and a mug of milky tea (stereotypes, remember?)
Seriously, thanks to everyone who has already ordered ‘Le italiane‘.
Remember, I send ebooks out by email within 24 hours of your order.
If yours didn’t arrive when you expected it, first check the spam and promotions folders in your email inbox.
If still nothing, send me an email and I’ll double check it was sent correctly, and if necessary, resend it.
Normally, unless it’s nighttime here in Italy, you can expect to receive your order, and/or get a reply to an email, within a couple of hours.
Anyway, back to ‘Le italiane‘, each chapter of which tells the story of a noteworthy Italian woman.
There are actresses, singers and TV personalities in here.
But if showbiz isn’t your thing, there’s also a resistance fighter, one of the first female doctors, a woman who stood up to the Mafia, and a sports star.
Plus, read about Italy’s first female astronaut, who famously cooked pasta and sauce on the space station while fussing around insisting the menfolk put something warmer on… (Seen the ‘stereotypes’ conversation lesson, yet?)
View the free sample chapter (.pdf) to get an idea of the level and format of this ebook.
Then order the full version from our online shop.
The offer ends on Sunday night.