This is the end. Beautiful friend. This is the end. My only friend, the end.
But not of our elaborate plans, don’t worry.
It’s just the last in the ‘pronouns’ section of our ‘La grammatica ascoltata’ series.
It’s also a bit of a flash-back, if you know what I mean, as I think we did something on ‘pronomi riflessivi’ quite recently.
Still, revision never does any harm, does it?
Go here to get started: i pronomi riflessivi.
And if you’re still in the mood for Italian pronouns after that, why not go all out and review the whole ten pronouns listenings on the B1 (intermediate) Italian exercises page?
Like all in one go, non-stop?
‘Lost in a Roman wilderness of pain’, as the man sang.
Forget The Doors for a moment. Anyone like watching Italian movies or listening to opera?
If so, you’ll be pleased to hear we have a new series of simplified audio-books on the way!
Each one will tell the story of an Italian film or opera.
It should be a great way to improve your Italian reading/listening, while at the same time building your confidence until you’re ready to really throw yourself into Italian culture by tackling the actual movie, opera or whatever.
That’s the theory, anyway.
The first simplified book in the series will be Fellini’s ‘La Dolce Vita’ and has been written for you by Giovanni Galavotti, who as well as being an Italian teacher and author of our simplified book ‘Il giocoliere‘, is also a real-life screenwriter, so obviously just the man for the job!
Watch out for that in a week or two, but in the mean time, check out the other e-books for learning Italian available in our online shop.