Today’s free Italian grammar exercise is on the ‘futuro semplice‘.
It’s not a hard tense to master, but nor is it nearly as essential as you might think, as Italians use the present tense a lot for talking about their future plans, reverting to the future tense mostly for emphasis or in more formal situations.
Still, tucking another tense under your belt is never a bad thing, if for no other reason than that it will help your listening and reading, as you’ll more easily recognise the ‘futuro semplice‘ when you encounter it.
Monday sees the publication of our next easy Italian reader, an e-book with audio that will help you build confidence reading in and listening to Italian.
Read about the places he visits and his adventures in each one.
The last stop on his tour of Italy, as you can see from the cover, will be Venice, where he hopes to meet a girl…
Find out more next week!