Way back I can’t remember exactly when, sometime before the summer anyway, we started publishing a series of new Italian grammar exercises.
There were ten at each level, six levels from A1 (beginner) to C2 (super-advanced), so sixty exercises in total.
So far we’ve published fifty-nine.
If you’ve been doing each one as they’ve come out, I hope you’ve learned something. Or at least that you’ve found their publication a helpful reminder to study something.
So anyway, today we have number sixty, the final C2 level exercise, with which we conclude the series.
And fittingly, it’s another of those horrible Concordanza dei tempi verbali exercises!
Actually, it was just the thing to convince me that I’ve had quite enough of Italian grammar. Coming up, we’ll have something completely different (but more about that on Wednesday…)
‘Book of the Day’ offer
Just for fun I thought we’d do some more ‘Book of the Day’ offers over the next week or two.
It’s a chance to stock up on Italian easy reader e-books that you might not have seen, at a great discount!
The first of these promotions is on ‘Ciak si gira‘ by Enrico Maso.
Today and tomorrow only, you can get it for just half our standard easy reader price.
That’s 50% off – only €4.99, instead of the usual €9.99.
Click on the cover image to find out more >>>
There’s a free sample chapter to download, so you can see if the level is right for you.