Yes, I’m very late today, sorry!
That’s due to me having been busy preparing the remaining 29 episodes of ‘La storia di roma’ this morning. It was more time-consuming than I had expected.
You can see what’s coming over the next couple of months on our new ‘History’ page, here.
Only two ‘episodi’ have been published so far, Episodo 1 which I linked to on Monday, and today’s Episodo 2.
There’ll be three ‘episodi’ each week from now until mid-September, all totally free, no registration required.
Tell your friends who are learning Italian, tell your Italian teacher, tell everyone!
And so you’ll know where to find all thirty episodes once they are published, the History page is now included in the navigation menu of the club website.
You may have to refresh the page a few times to see it, because of caching and so on.
What’s ‘caching’? Never mind.
But if you’re not in the slightest bit interested in history?
No worries. There’s masses more free material for learning Italian on the club website, all of it free to use.
Just click around until you find something that’s right for your level and learning preferences.
Or Start Here.
Also totally FREE is our ‘easy news’ website, EasyItalianNews.com. Tuesday’s bulletin includes an interesting short feature: ‘Curiosità sulla pasta e le sue origini‘. Read/listen to it here.
Hopefully, the history series, the free study material, and the ‘easy news’ bulletins should be enough to keep you busy for a while.
But if not, there’s always our ecommerce shop, which specialises in ebooks for learning Italian (and other languages) and one-to-one lessons with a club teacher.
Those aren’t free, of course – the clue is in the word ‘shop‘. Revenues from the sale of ebooks, lessons and so on, pay for everything else.
Thanks, by the way, to everyone who bought something during the Summer Sale, which is now concluded.
If you’ve been expecting an ebook, which hasn’t arrived yet, do please check your spam/junk folder and whatever semi-forgotten email address you may have given us when you put your order in.
Several people have already written asking questions along the lines of “Where’s my ebook? You promised to send it within 24 hours!”
And in all likelihood, send it within 24 hours I did. Though I very occasionally miss something.
So save yourself the time and trouble of writing a frustrated missive by first checking your spam/junk folders, and anywhere else an email from me may have ended up.
I can resend anything missing. It’s not a problem.
A venerdì, allora.
La storia di roma | the club website | EasyItalianNews.com | our shop
!Ssono davvero appasionata della Syoria di Roma.!
vi ringrazio l’iniziativa.
Un Caro Saluto!