A quickie today as my son’s home from high school wanting to know when his lunch will be ready
(Do I have time for some PlayStation…?)
I had an online lesson this morning, which was fun. I talked in Swedish for nearly an hour. Bet I bored the pants off my teacher…
Then there was the doctor’s, the chemist’s (drug store?) and finally the supermarket.
Later, when I was back at the computer, I spent way too long tidying up this page from our vocabulary section.
It’s on La Famiglia [Family].
Reading through it, fixing the formatting, I spotted some mistakes and stopped to fix them, too.
Doing that, I noticed some gaps, and spent time that I didn’t really have trying to fill them, but without making things worse.
And then… OMG!
Bet you know that feeling.
So no time to write much more than, here’s that link again:
And of course, there’s the Vocabulary section itself.
From ‘A for aggettivi’ down to ‘F for la famiglia’ it should now be worth a look.
We’ll see when we get there.
(If vocabulary isn’t your priority, go to the club’s homepage and click icons hopefully until you see something that is.)
Lucia, our teaching manager, tells me that the recent ‘Free Trial Lesson’ offer was our best ever.
She’s very excited!
So, ‘well done’ to the eighty-three of you who, with their hearts in their mouths took a plunge into the unknown and gave the live, one-to-one lessons a try.
For me, the online lessons are working out just great.
My wife says ‘You can actually speak!’
So I hope you found them useful too.
If not, get a hold of Lucia and have her sort out whatever the probem was.
To learn to speak, you have to speak.
And now, after 13 or 14 online lessons, I could almost say that in Swedish!
Buon fine settimana, allora.