Buon giorno a tutti.
Here’s today’s grammar listening on comparative forms in Italian.
Note that the irregular comparative forms have their own separate listening, which will be published next week.
Check out previous listenings from the ‘La grammatica ascoltata’ series:
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Impossible telephone answering systems, ‘knowledge banks’ full of fatuous articles, and replies from ‘help desks’ which seem unconnected with the issue that’s troubling you.
All too common.
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Your online writing course tutor hasn’t got back to you with feedback on your homework?
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Though not while I’m asleep…
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