Here’s the last in our series of free A1 Italian grammar exercises.
I’ve saved you the worst one until the end!
Today we have the infamous ‘pronomi indiretti‘.
Just tried it myself, and all I will say is that there were red X’s all over the screen…
Which goes to show the disadvantage of the ‘just picking up the language’ approach.
Do what I say, children. Not what I do.
Anyway, enough about me, click the link to have a go yourself:
(Hope you do better than I did.)
Or go here to find the others in this series.
Looking ahead to Monday, we’ll have a new series of free material for learning Italian.
As always, there’ll be three emails a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Though I haven’t decided what, yet.
The OnlineItalianClub.com stockpile of as-yet-unpublished materials mostly comprises listening comprehension exercises (I have A1 and A2 recorded and ready to roll) and grammar exercises (10 each at 5 levels from A2 – C2).
If anyone would like to express their preference, leave a comment on this article.
Also for you to look forward to on Monday is the publication of our new simplified ‘audio-book of the film’, ‘Il Sorpasso’.
Giovanni, who wrote it and who works as a screenwriter when not moonlighting as an Italian teacher, asssures me it’s a classic.
My assistant Natalia, who has just finished formatting the ebook, and whose voice you’ll hear on the audio tracks, confirms this. And she has a a post-grad degree in film criticism!
To find out more about the movie itself, here are links to the English/Italian Wikipedia pages:
Notice the capitalisation of the ‘s’ in sorpasso? How it differs in English and Italian? Not many people know that…
So, that’s it for today. Have a ‘buon fine settimana’!
(But if you just can’t contain yourself until Monday to invest in new materials for learning Italian, visit our shop…)