Today’s free Italian lesson covers pairs of words for describing food.
To which I’ve added a delicious recipe, kindly sent in by one of our members.
It’s vegetable-based and vegetarian – just the thing to help you get in shape before the Christmas/New Year festive period…
That said, I confess that ‘oggi’ I had lunch at McDonalds.
This rare event was triggered by the fact that it’s November (my least favorite month of the year) and that the weather is just horrible.
When Bologna gets so cold and humid, time outside is best kept to a minimum.
Even if that means waiting in a line with a crowd of excitable teens to order something ‘costoso’, ‘poco sano’ and ‘calorico’.
But, as John Travolta’s character famously pointed out in the film ‘Pulp fiction’, in Europe you can get a beer with your double cheeseburger.
So we did.
Schifezza + birra = gustoso!
Anyway, here’s the link to today’s free Italian lesson:
If bad language and drug references don’t shock you, here’s the famous clip about Europe from that Tarantino movie.
If they do, then please don’t watch it.
Instead, go check out our ebooks for learning Italian, all of which are guaranteed to be vulgarity-free.