Today we publish our first easy-reader e-book of short stories. And, it being Monday, there’s another free lesson in our series.
Want to practice the Italian future tense?
A politician, a child in hospital and a prisoner are just a few of the fascinating characters imagining what the future holds for them in the eight short stories that make up our latest easy-reader / e-book.
The level is intermediate, so it may not be suitable for everyone, but the chapters are short (half a page or so), there’s a glossary for each one, and you can listen to the audio version online as you read.
As always the cover price for our readers is just €9.99, and as always we discount that to €7.50 in launch week to encourage you to check it out.
Done your shopping? OK, then!
Today’s free Italian lesson is on the various uses of ‘non’, and in particular the ‘pleonastic’ use.
If you have no idea what that is, you’re in good company, as neither did I until this morning.
Again, it’s the sort of thing that advanced Italian courses are made of, and you’ll either love it or hate it…
More on Wednesday. Have a good week!