Today’s free Italian lesson covers the conditional past, a necessary building block before we cover the more complex conditional sentences later in this level.
It’s quite short, with grammar that shouldn’t prove too intimidating and just the one exercise.
This isn’t because we’re getting lazy here at OnlineItalianClub.com HQ, or because we’ve spent our budget for free online materials.
It’s just that it’s hard to write exercises for the conditional past without including grammar we haven’t got to yet and is likely to confuse.
A case of less-is-more.
Beh, anyway, here are the links you need. Buono studio!
Before I go, a quick final reminder of our Book Of The Week offer, which ends on Sunday night sometime
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There are eight chapters, each with an exercise and a short glossary of difficult words.
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That’s it for me. Done with grammar, done with selling. A shower now, and I’ll be off to work.
Have a good Friday, and a great weekend!