Monday morning and I’m feeling reflective.
Why do English-speakers say
‘I’m going to wash’
while Italians, like my wife, say
‘Vado a lavarMI’.
I mean, what’s that extra MI for?
Who else would she be planning to wash, first thing on a Monday morning??
Actually, I guess I should have said ‘I’m feeling refleXive’…
Which brings me to the point.
Check out today’s free Italian exercise on reflexive verbs in the ‘near past’ tense.
Click here to put YOURSELF to the test.
Thanks to everyone who helped pay OnlineItalianClub.com’s bills with your launch-offer purchase of ‘Ciak si gira‘.
If you liked it, or if you didn’t, please leave a review in our shop, as a guide for other club members as to what’s worth getting (and what isn’t…)
Talking of e-books, we have several new easy readers at various stages of production, two by existing OnlineItalianClub.com authors, and one by a first-timer.
Watch this space for details of the next launch offer, which should be later this month.
Or you could visit our shop to download free trial chapters (click on the cover image of the book or books that interest you and look for the free trial chapter download link in the blurb…)
Trial chapters come with a link to the complete audio of the story, available FREE online, so you can listen to our easy Italian readers without spending a euro-cent!