‘Online Italian lessons:10 x 30-minute lessons‘ is selling like hot cakes this time, with virtually a thousand lessons sold since the start of the month, nearly nine hundred since the start of the ‘Spring Sale’ last Wednesday.
Anita kindly left a comment on Friday’s article, the one about possums (and their Irish cousins, the O’Possums – many thanks to Claire, in Oxford, for that line.)
I have just signed up for a second batch of lessons and wanted to say how much I am enjoying them. I finally took the plunge and had the free lesson with Manuela. I was very nervous and made some very silly mistakes – and am still making silly mistakes but at the same time learning something new each time and feel so much more confident. I wonder why I delayed starting them!
There have been other reviews over the years, of course. Browse them here if you need encouragement to ‘take the plunge’, as Anita did.
Or view Skype Italian lesson options and get your order in while the 20% discount lasts!
Tomorrow, if I get time, Wednesday otherwise, I’ll be picking out some ebooks that I think you might enjoy/benefit from.
That might be quite a long article as we have several hundred, all of which are listed on the Catalog page, along with links to FREE SAMPLE CHAPTERS, which you should definitely take a look at.
Everything is listed by type and in level order, to make it as easy as possible for you to pick out something appropriate for the stage you’ve reached with your Italian.
But ‘appropriate’ doesn’t necessarily mean ‘interesting’.
So this is what I suggest:
- Click through to the Catalog page
- Quickly scan down through the ‘Italian’ section noting the TYPES of product we offer: online lessons, self-study workboooks, easy readers, the easy-reader ‘day in the life of’ series, the easy reader ‘classic Italian movies‘ series, and finally Italian-English parallel texts
- Pick a category that grabs you – Movies, for example. Scan down the titles and you’ll see the levels listed next to each title (from A2 to B2 in this case). Suppose you’re a B1, but ambitious, and you recognise the title ‘La vita è bella‘ (‘Life Is Beautiful’). It’s a B2 but, hey, it got an Oscar! Click on the title to find out more…
- Or click directly where it says Download FREE sample (.pdf) – to the right of the price.
- Read Chapter 1 – is it too hard? Too easy? More importantly, is it interesting? Would you continue with the subsequent chapters if you bought the full version? (If not, then please don’t.)
- When you find things you like, press the ORANGE ‘Add to cart’ button, which you’ll find on the product page (click on the ebook title to get there, then look for the orange button)
- View your selections on the Cart page. Delete any duplicates and anything you’ve changed your mind about by clicking on the little red X to the left of the ebook cover image.
- When you’ve finalised your selection, don’t forget to copy and paste in the coupon code (see below). Then scroll down to check that the cart total has been reduced by 20%
Così, as Italians say.
Your ebooks will be emailed to you within 24 hours, usually much sooner. If you don’t see them in your inbox within that time, check your Spam and other folders. If still nothing, email me and I’ll sort it out for you.
So, tomorrow I’ll have my top ebook picks (or maybe Wednesday…)
In the meantime, here’s the offer info. again, including the vital coupon code!
Don’t forget to save 20% in the Spring Sale!
- Coupon code Spring-Sale-2019 will get you 20% off your selections
- Spend as little or as much as you wish
- The coupon code can be used multiple times
- And is valid for items which are already discounted, such as ebook multipacks
- The coupon code is not cumulable (as they say) with other coupon codes or offers
- Pay though your Amazon account, via Paypal/credit card, or with a bank transfer if you have a UK bank account
- The Spring Sale ends at midnight on Sunday 31st of March 2019. Fortunately spring itself continues a while longer…
Roll up, roll up, get your online Italian lessons and ebooks here!
Save £££ and spend the extra on beer.
(Oh man, I’m a poet!)
Did you listen to Saturday’s FREE EasyItalianNews.com bulletin?
If it somehow slipped your mind, here’s the link.