Today we start the final ten exercises in our free Italian exercises series. They’re at C2 (proficiency) level, the most advanced material!
As many readers will find this material challenging, I’ve picked out an easy one to begin with. The exercise tests your understanding of the difference between ‘finché’ and ‘affinché’, two words which are commonly used and heard, but often confused.
Wordreference.com is an invaluable resource for this sort of thing, with Italian/English, English/Italian and Italian Dictionary look-up options. They translate ‘finché’ with ‘as long as’ and ‘affinché’ with ‘so that’, so you can see why there might be confusion…
Anyway, give today’s exercise a try. This is the link.
Also today we have the pubblication of our latest easy Italian reader – a simplified e-book + audio package which is suitable for students at intermediate level and above.
Take a look at the free sample chapter (.pdf), which has the link to listen to the whole story if you so choose.
For the first week only you can get the whole text – eight chapters, eight exercises, eight glossaries of difficult words – for just €7.50, instead of the usual price of €9.99.
Or follow this link to browse all of the e-books in our online shop and pick something that might be more suited to your current level.