Today I have three more ‘reworked’ Italian grammar exercises for you.
They’re on different topics, the only connection is the level, which is A2 – pre-intermediate.
If you don’t know what that means, or know, but don’t have any idea what YOUR level in Italian is, check out this article I wrote years ago – Italian Levels: What’s my level in Italian?
Anyway, these are supposed to be the second level (of six), which means they should be useful revision for advanced students (like me) while still being fairly accessible if you’re just starting out with Italian:
- Present Progressive – Dropdown Exercise
- Reflexive Verbs In The Past Tense – Dropdown Exercise
- Pronominal Verbs ‘Andarsene’ and ‘Farcela’ – Gapfill Exercise
If you need some support on any of these topics, check out our free Italian Lessons series.
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