So I began with a painful bit of alliteration.
But hey, it’s not easy coming up with 156 article titles each year.
Especially on a gloomy Monday morning, at the end of November…
Many thanks to Maria, who pointed out several problems with the exercise on accented characters that I linked to on Friday.
Thanks to her, the errors are now fixed and the exercise has been tidied up.
For anyone who wants to take another look: With or without an accent?
Anyway, today I have three more exercises for you to try. They’re in approximate level order, from ‘very easy’ to ‘sort of intermediate’.
Oh, and by the way, I have no idea which city is being described in the second exercise.
And no time this morning to do it myself and find out.
So will someone please write and tell me???
Basic Phrases – Matching Exercise
Which City? – Gapped Text
Crimes & Verbs – Matching Exercise
I’m hawking no wares today, as I haven’t had time to prepare a new offer.
But that’s likely to change. Watch this space on Wednesday!
That said, I’d highlight two opportunities over at easyreaders.org that I really think you should take advantage of.
1.) Get on THEIR mailing list, which is different from the OnlineItalianClub.com list.
You won’t receive many (any) emails, as I haven’t had time to write any.
But you will get a 33% discount voucher.
It’s valid for anything in the shop and there are no lower or upper limits on what you spend (why not buy everthing and maximise your saving??)
Click here to find out more.
Just add your name and email to the form on that page and press the button.
Then, look out for the ‘please confirm you want to receive emails from…’ message that should appear in your inbox.
If you don’t confirm, we can’t send your voucher.
But having done so, of course, you’re absolutely free to remove your email and details from the list at any time.
Every mail sent has an ‘unsubscribe’ link in it, usually at the bottom.
2.) And as I’ve previously mentioned, easyreaders.org offers 1 free ebook in each of their main language categories:
Italian, French, German and Spanish.
Italian IS a groovy language, but why not learn another, too?
I certainly intend to, when I have time…
Look for the orange ‘Sale’ stickers in each category.
Check the price is £0.00, just to be on the safe side.
And pop it in your cart!
When your cart contains all the free stuff that interests you, hit the ‘complete your order’ button.
You’ll then be taken to a page with the links to download your free ebooks.
For suspicious types, be reassured: no payment details are asked for.
Unless you were tempted by something that’s NOT free, that is.
In which case, don’t forget to use the discount voucher!
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