As I’m way later than usual, I’ll wish you ‘Buon pomeriggio’ rather than the customary ‘Buondì’.
But also, as it’s the 25th of April, ‘Buona festa della liberazione!’
If you’re in Italy, you’ll have been ‘liberated’ from work or school for the day.
In which case, you’ll have no excuse not to study Italian…
Here, then, is the last in our series of Italian lessons based on common nouns:
It’s suitable for students at any level (really), takes just a few minutes to read and listen to, and is completely FREE to access.
Click here to give it a shot.
Or see all ten nouns in the series here.
Don’t forget, there are thousands of pages of free materials for you to make use of on the club website: start here.
‘La Via Francigena’, advanced-level ‘easy Italian reader’ – just £5.99!
Many thanks to the fifty or so club members who’ve already bought a copy of our newest Italian easy reader, ‘La Via Francigena‘.
Your support is appreciated, and I know you’ll enjoy the ebook.
Note that this material is quite a challenge, as it’s C2-level (very advanced!)
So do download the free sample chapter (.pdf) and decide whether it’s suitable for your current level, BEFORE you buy it.
Don’t forget that this week only you can get the complete ebook for just £5.99, rather than the usual easy-reader price of £7.99.
That’s a 25% saving!
Or use the Catalog page in our online shop to select something more suitable for your current level.
We have a hundred or so titles, covering the whole spectrum of levels from the very easiest beginner material to ‘almost authentic’ texts.
And there are FREE SAMPLE CHAPTERS available for almost all of our ebooks, which means you can ‘try before you buy’ and so check the format and level of the material is right for you.
What if you’re still not sure?
Write to me and ask for help – my email is at the bottom of every page on our website, or you can just reply to any email you get from the club or the ecommerce shop.
To give useful advice, I need to know what your current level is, and what you want to achieve, plus anything else that might be useful.
Like you have lousy listening skills, or hate detective stories. That sort of thing…
Bene, allora. I’m off to do some studying of my own.