After the technical disasters of the last 7 days or so, I’m keeping my fingers crossed that today’s release of the fourth in the A2 series of ‘La grammatica ascoltata’ goes smoothy.
Thanks to everyone who wrote supportive messages, by the way. I’ll reply to each of you personally when I get a minute…
OK, so check out the list of things that Giorgio’s mamma has left for him to do when he gets back from school (and revise the imperative form in Italian) here.
It’s not typcial, I can assure you!
You’ll find the other A2 texts in this series here.
And the beginner-elementary tracks here.
The last in our A2 series will be published on Friday. Then, next week, it’ll be on to something a little more challenging…
I’ve recently been translating one of our simplified e-books, ‘Un furto ad arte‘ – the title is a pun – into English for another site I run for Italians learning English.
Maybe it’s just me, but I think it’s really great, and an excellent way to prepare yourself for reading ‘real’ Italian books, magazines, newspapers, or whatever.
Don’t let the fact that it’s had no reviews put you off. Most OnlineItalianClub.com members are at beginner/elementary level, which is why you’ll see in the shop that the low levels books have more reviews.
Instead, download the sample chapter (right click on the link, then look in your downloads file).
It’ll take you 10-15 minutes to read, but I can guarantee you’ll find it enjoyable…
The lesson? Don’t be afraid of the ‘harder’ material. The most important thing is that you’re willing to keep turning the pages!