It’s the first day of the school holidays for me.
So I’m finalising the details of our Easter Sale, which will (definitely) start on Friday.
There will be a week-long promotion, so if you’re not learning Italian any more, or if you’d prefer not to hear from us, please unsubscribe from this list.
All emails we send have a link at the bottom to make this easy and so ensure no one is bothered unless they want to be.
Just scroll down and look for the link that says ‘unsubscribe’.
It should be on the final line.
No offense will be taken, and anyway, you can always rejoin us after Pasqua if you so choose!
Lucia, our teaching manager, will be writing to all existing and former students today with the coupon code that gets you 20% off the usual lesson and ebook prices.
You can use that immediately. This is so she knows not to allocate new students to teachers who may not have much spare capacity.
She prefers to keep people with their existing teachers for as long as everyone’s happy…
Though she did ask me to mention, if you feel like a change of teacher, or have stopped having lessons but would like to start again with someone new, that’s no problem either. Just write to her (or to me) and we’ll sort that out for you.
So, between now and Friday, what could you be doing to improve your Italian?
Well, how about a little grammar?
There are grammar explanations and exercises on the club website here.
Or you can find material that’s specific to your level here.
But if serendipity’s your thing, below are links to four ‘grammar listenings’ (with new tasks).
The level is B2, so they’re quite challenging.
But if you use the transcript as well as the audio, you should be able to get the gist:
Buon ascolto, buono studio!