Learn Italian online with the latest in our series of free online Italian lessons. Today we’ll take a look at ‘there is / are – c’è / ci sono‘.
Plus, I have a new ‘Book of the Week’ offer for you.
First things first, though. Lesson 03 in our Italian Lessons series deals with how to say ‘there is / are’ in Italian.
You need that pesky ‘ci’ particle of course, but other than that it’s pretty simple.
These lessons are perfect for beginners, or for anyone wanting to revise their Italian grammar, as they include a full explanation, a listening practice task, and exercises to drum in the grammar.
Here’s the link:
Italian Lessons 03: there is / are – c’è / ci sono
Or find it on our new ‘Italian Lessons‘ page, along with the two lessons I published last week and a list of what’s coming.
OK, so next I need to tell you about the new ‘Book of the Week’ offer. That means a special price on one of last year’s Italian easy reader e-books.
This week’s ‘Book of the Week’ is Enrico Masso’s ‘Correre a tempo‘.
Download your free sample chapter (.pdf), which also contains a link to the audio of the entire story.
If you like it, if the level is OK for you, buy the full version any time this week for just €4.99.
If the level is too hard, or too easy, no problem. Check out the other Italian easy readers and e-books in our online shop.
Did you know (you probably did, but I’ll remind you anyway) that, through the magic of Skype video calling, it’s possible to take online Italian lessons with one of our club teachers?