Here we are at the end of the current series of ‘La grammatica ascoltata’, and today’s ‘grammar listening’ is, quite frankly, one I should find time for myself.
The topic is ‘irregular plurals‘, words like finger, knee and others which constantly trip me up when I speak Italian!
(Listen to/read today’s text for more examples.)
Why do these words cause me such problems?
Maybe it’s because I never took a proper Italian course, but just ‘picked it up’ over the years.
But the fact that they are irregular SHOULD make them easy to remember.
And it’s not even as if there are so many of them.
So perhaps today’s text will help me fix them in my head…
IF I find time to listen to it.
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