Fancy a game of chess?
Allora, giochiamo a carte!
Still no? You’re busy with the PlayStation® 4?
Oh well, that’s modern parenting.
I’ll just go back to studying languages.
Talking of which, today’s free material for learning Italian is the latest of my rewrites of the tatty and error-filled pages in the club’s Vocabulary section.
Click this link to take a look:
Or go here to find something that interests you more, or is more appropriate for your current level.
*”Dai!”, literally “Give!”, means something like “Come on!” or “Go on!”
It’s used when you’re pressing someone to agree to do something, as in the above example.
Don’t forget, this week we have a special ‘launch offer’ price on our newest Italian easy reader ‘2 giugno 1946‘.
Bologna, 2nd of June 1946. Italy is slowly recovering from the devastating effects of World War II. A referendum has been organised to decide whether the reborn state will be a republic or continue as a monarchy. And for the first time in history, Italian women can go to the polls! Newly-wed Marcella is so excited at the prospect she barely slept last night. But her husband, Antonio, is unconvinced…
You can find a printable free sample chapter here (.pdf).
And the full version is in our shop here, at just £5.99, which is 25% off the usual easy reader ebook price!
Or, if that one doesn’t take your fancy, why not check the catalogue page?
The catalogue lists all our ebooks, by type and level, so you’ll be sure to find something suitable to enhance your study program.
Virtually all of our ebooks have a free sample chapter, so you can check the level and format. Click on the product images that most interest you to read the blurb for each ebook and to find the sample chapter link.