Today’s free Italian Conversation (audio + conversation) covers ‘asking for help in Italian’.
Plus, there’s a reminder about our easy-reader ‘Book of the Week’ offer!
20th Italian Conversation!
View all of them on the Italian Conversations homepage.
Or follow this link to go straight to the new one: 20. Problemi, Chiedere aiuto.
‘Book of the Week’ offer reminder
Marketing sucks. I prefer writing.
But what’s the use of our Italian teachers writing fantastic materials if there’s nobody to make sure their efforts are noticed and appreciated?
So here I am, to keep on your case with the good advice:
- “Reading simplified texts will help you consolidate the grammar and vocabulary you’re studying.”
- “Easy readers are a great way to improve your reading (and listening) skills!”
- “To speed up your learning, add Italian easy readers to your study program.”
And so on.
Of course, knowing it is one thing, while actually giving it a try and building winning study habits is quite another.
Hence my second role: regular reminders!
Which brings me to the point.
Our ‘Book of the Week’ offer (half price) is ‘Divorzio all’italiana‘, the story of a man, in the years before divorce was legal in Italy, who just HAS to get free of his wife…
There’s a free sample chapter to download (.pdf), so you can see what it looks like.
The full version has eight short chapters, each with an exercise and a glossary. And of course, there’s audio available online for the whole story.
Our usual ‘easy-reader’ price is €9.99, but until Sunday this week, when the offer ends, you can get ‘Divorzio all’italiana‘ for just €4.99!
For those of you who’ve already bought ‘Divorzio all’italiana‘, did you know that we have several others in our ‘Book of the Italian movie’ series?
Though these are not currently on offer, they’re worth taking a look at anyway:
“Collect them all!”, as it says on the side of cereal packets.
A lunedì. Buon fine settimana!