Monday again, and the second in our new series of free Italian exercises.
These are at A1 (beginner/elementary) level, but would form a useful ‘ripasso’ (revision) for OnlineItalianClub.com members at any level of competence.
So today we have ‘c’è o ci sono?’, that is to say ‘there is or there are?’
Completing the exercise is basically just a question of understanding the context sentence and choosing the singular or plural form from the dropdown menu, then clicking on ‘punteggio’ to see your score.
Here’s the link: C’è o ci sono?
(Find Friday’s exercise, and see what’s coming on our A1 Italian exercises page.)
As promised, today we have a new simplified Italian reader for you, at a special launch price!
It’s the story of a classic Italian comedy, ‘Divorzio all’Italiana‘, retold by our online teacher and movie expert Giovanni Galavotti.
The level is B1 – Intermediate, so it’s suitable for those of you who already have some confidence reading in and listening to Italian.
The launch offer is good this week only. From next Monday this audio-book will cost €9.99, like the others in the series.
But wait – I almost forgot the free sample chapter!
Click this link to view/download your free sample chapter of ‘Divorzio all’italiana’.
The .pdf also has a link to the COMPLETE AUDIO VERSION – not just the first chapter, but the entire book.
Feel free to listen to the whole story, on us!
But if you’d like to support our work here at OnlineItalianClub.com:
- Buy ‘Divorzio all’italiana‘ (.pdf e-book) from our shop
- View our other e-books for learning Italian here, here and here