Today I have two more Italian vocabulary exercises for you, neither simple. These are really for those of you with a fairly advanced knowledge of Italian. (If that’s not you, don’t worry! You’ll surely find something to study on our Italian Lessons, Italian Conversations or Listening pages.) Anyway, here are the links: Expressions With Venire […]
Two More Italian Exercises & AUTUMN SALE Starts Today!
Continuing with the theme of sorting out the ‘vocabulary’ section of our club, here are two exercises I’ve picked out for you to look at. The first covers abbreviations, the second deals with foreign words commonly found in Italian: Essential Italian Abbreviations – True Or False? Foreign Words Used In Italian – Dropdown Exercise Poi, […]
Three Free A2 (Pre-Intermediate) Level Italian Exercises
Today I have three more ‘reworked’ Italian grammar exercises for you. They’re on different topics, the only connection is the level, which is A2 – pre-intermediate. If you don’t know what that means, or know, but don’t have any idea what YOUR level in Italian is, check out this article I wrote years ago – […]
Two Free Italian Grammar Exercises On Pronouns
Ciao a tutti! A short one today, as we’re off to Rimini, on the Adriatic coast, for a final weekend of sun, sailing and relaxation before the big ‘rientro’ (back to work) next week… Anyway, this morning I have two free Italian grammar exercises on pronouns for you. They’re both dropdown exercises, which are my […]
Possessive Adjectives? Reflexive Verbs??
Learning a foreign language can mean having to get to grips with grammatical terminology. Which can be intimidating, if you’re not familiar with it. For example, today’s two free Italian exercises cover possessive adjectives and reflexive verbs. Possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, etc.) need to agree with the noun in Italian, rather than with […]
Test Your Knowledge Of These Two Italian Future Tenses
Here’s a challenge for a Monday morning! Two exercises, on two different Italian future tenses. If you’ve not studied these future forms before, or if you’d simply like to revise them before doing the exercises, start with Lesson 17 in our Free Italian Lessons series, which covers the future simple tense. It seems we don’t […]
Can’t believe I did that… Sorry!!!
Today I have two free Italian prepositions exercises for you. But first an apology, regarding this week’s ‘Book Of The Week’ offer ‘La cicatrice. Which I promised to discount 50% – to €4.99, from the usual e-book price of €9.99. Except I forgot to apply the discount! Can’t believe I did that… Sorry!!! Anyway, if […]
‘Che’, ‘Chi’, ‘Cui’… You’re Shitting Me, Right?
Sorry, couldn’t resist trying out my street slang in that title. Guess I’ve been watching too much Netflix… Anway, today we have some more ‘bits and pieces’ exercises that still need to be integrated with our Italian Lessons series. I’m tidying them up, grouping them, trying to figure out where they will eventually end up on […]
3 Exercises On Pronominal Verbs
This morning we have three refurbished exercises on pronominal verbs. ‘Refurbished’ means they’ve been on our site for years, but weren’t included in our recent reorganization. So what are pronominal verbs? Lesson 20 in our Free Online Italian Lessons series covers that, as does Lesson 36. And if my ‘tidying up and sorting out’ system is […]
Two ‘New’ Exercises On The Gender Of Nouns
Today I have two more exercises from the stash of bits and pieces that I’m hoping to integrate with our recent Italian Grammar Lessons series. These two exercises are both worth a look but are probably of greater relevance to those of you who’ve been studying Italian for a while: Masculine or feminine? Irregular nouns […]