Now we’ve completed our series of articles with the new A2 level Italian listening exercises, you might be asking yourself if there’s an easy way to find all our A2 listening tracks in one place, rather than having to search back through e-mails you’ve received over the last fortnight.
The 8 new listening exercises are at the bottom of the page, where it says ‘A2 Italian Listening Exercises’.
And guess what?
You’ll find all of the A1 – beginner/elementary listening tracks on the ‘A1- beginner/elementary‘ page. Genius.
So, here’s an idea for your weekend:
– if you haven’t already done all the A2 tracks, try and find some time to catch up! Remember the B1 material starts next week.
– if you HAVE done them all, why not quickly run through the listenings one more time? (now that I’ve made it easy…)
Practice makes perfect!
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Do me a favor?
OnlineItalianClub.com doesn’t have an advertising budget… We rely on search engines, and on ‘passaparola’ (word of mouth – for some reason that’s masculine in Italian – ‘il passaparola’!)
On the reasonable assumption that if YOU are learning Italian, you’ll probably know other people who are too (people in your Italian class, and so on) – well, why not forward this article on to them?
You could even paste this link on Facebook, Twitter or whatever social network you hang out on: http://wp.me/p2zc8p-4lM
You’d be doing your Italian-studying friends a favor.
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