Here I am again, this time plugging our new Italian easy reader, ‘La cicatrice‘ (The Scar).
Download your free sample chapter to see what it’s about.
Then, if the level’s good for you, get the full version from our online shop (at the special first-week price of just €7.50!)
Commercial break over, next I have the link to our latest free Italian lesson.
Today we’re taking a look at Italian prepositions, which is a pretty big area, so expect a few gaps in our coverage…
What we DO have is a useful explanation of the difference between ‘a’ and ‘in’, which causes lots of problems, a listening text on simple and articulated prepositions, and two interactive exercises, one easy and one harder.
Find them here – Italian Lesson 10: Prepositions
Or view the whole series.
Ann wrote yesterday, asking for advice:
I need some help to restart this course. I came in after the beginning but now
want to start at the first session. It was also difficult for me to do work
regularly but things should be better now. Please advise.
If anyone else is in the same boat, this is what I suggested:
I’d start from our levels page and see where that takes you: http://onlineitalianclub.com/free-italian-exercises-and-resources/
If you find the grammar too much bother, start with some simple listening exercises. They’re quick to do and you can listen to them as often as you wish.When restarting, the trick is to avoid anything that might be de-motivating. Knock off a few quick victories, then stop and come back and do the same tomorrow.
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