Learn Italian online and for free with the latest in our series of Italian grammar exercises.
Today we focus on the congiuntivo trapassato.
This material is B1 (intermediate).
If your level is lower, or higher, it should be easy to find grammar exercises and explanations starting, naturally, from the ‘Grammar‘ page in the site’s menu.
Click that link and scroll down to ‘C’ for ‘Congiuntivo’.
There you’ll see all the PREVIOUSLY published exercises (not the current series, which I will add later).
You can see that we’ve already done something on congiuntivo trapassato:
- congiuntivo trapassato (Lesson – B1)
Notice that the index is in alphabetical order, so it should be easy to locate what you need.
And that after each clickable link there’s either ‘Exercise’ or ‘Lesson’ – the ‘lessons’ are short explanations, the exercises are, well, exercises!
And that there’s a level indication. That’s because many areas of grammar will typically be introduced at one level but developed and consolidated at others. Look at the Grammar page under ‘C’ and you’ll see that the basics of congiuntivo are first introduced at A2, but we’re still coming back to it four levels further on, at the top level C2.
Obviously, if you’d rather just focus on material at or around your current level (makes a lot of sense), it would be good to see all the material at a given level on one page.
Which is why we also index our content by level. Click the Levels link in the site menu, and you should see the material which is appropriate to each stage. On the B1 page, you should be able to find the same ‘lesson’ I picked out above:
Note that this time there’s no level indication, because we’re already seeing only the B1 stuff.
Not sure where to start? Read this article on ‘How to evaluate your level in Italian‘.
Or start from A1, try a couple of exercises and if you get good results, jump up to A2 and repeat. Keep jumping up through the levels until you get to the point where you are frequently unsure of the answers.
Then go to the Levels page for that level and work through the material that you find there.
That should do the job!
If you’d prefer to be able to study offline, take a look at our Italian Workout! series of ebooks with audio.
There are five levels, and each has a free sample chapter available in our shop (approximately 1/4 of the book, so you can get an idea of whether or not it would be useful.)
Click to visit the shop page for your level and download the free sample chapter:
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