Friday again, and as soon as I’m done with this morning’s lesson, I’ll be looking for a train to the coast!
At Rimini. on the Adriatic Sea, where we have our sailboat moored, it’s the ‘Notte rosa’ this weekend. That means everyone dressing in pink and staying up all night making lots of noise. There’ll be fireworks, and so on. What fun!
Anyway, what do I have for you today?
First of all, here’s the last in our series of C2-level Italian listening exercises.
It’s about ‘cibo spazzatura’ (junk food) and obesity. Just what I didn’t need before a heavy weekend. Click here to listen.
Plus, over on our sponsor school’s site, there’s a new article you might find interesting: ‘What’s the cheapest way to learn Italian?‘
And finally, here’s a quick plug for our new easy Italian reader, which will hopefully be published in our online shop on Monday.
It’s called ‘L’amore ai tempi del supermercato’ (Love In The Age Of Supermarkets) and is the first of two simplified Italian readers written by a couple of very talented young Italian teachers who work in Rome.
Watch this space for your free sample chapter, and save a few euros with the one-week only launch price offer!
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