Following on from Monday’s text on adverbs with ‘-mente’, here’s a follow up dealling with a more general group of adverbs. They’re not so regular in their form, but together make up a massively useful set of vocabulary!
Go here to read and listen to ‘avverbi generici‘.
We’re now at the half-way point in our current series of ‘La grammatica ascoltata’ articles. Seven down, seven to go. See the recent listenings, and what’s coming over the next two or three weeks here.
It’s been a while now since I’ve invited comments on one of these articles.
Since we closed down ‘Bar Giovanni’, things have been quiet around here.
I’m working on a subsitute for John’s bar, some place where you can chat and exchange stories about visits to Israel and stuff. But it’s not yet ready.
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