Today’s Italian exercises cover basic ‘school’ vocabulary: eraser, pencil, whiteboard and so on.
Mostly it won’t have changed since you were a pupil, which might have been many decades ago.
Except maybe that whiteboards were black, back then…
But this type of basic vocabulary is always useful – especially if you plan on attend an Italian school at some point.
You’ll be able to impress everyone by admitting you didn’t bring your ‘matita’ and asking whether someone could lend you something to ‘scrivere’ with.
(I had a student like this last night, in the first lesson of a class preparing for a university entrance exam: oh, do I need to write notes??)
Anyway, here you go, four fun exercises to while away a rainy Friday.
‘Piove a catinelle’ (it’s bucketing down) here in Bologna!
Our latest ebook easy reader, from the ‘classic Italian movie’ series, Ieri, oggi, domani is available in our online shop at 25% off this first week.
That’s just €7.49!!
Click here to find out more, download the free sample chapter, and/or buy the full version (offer ends on Sunday night, ragazzi!)
The ‘Classic Italian Movies’ now includes all the titles below (in approximate level order):
With such a choice, why not make watching Italian movies a part of your study program?
In the original language, of course!
Buon fine settimana (hope it stops raining…)