A question for you.
Who was Giuseppe Mazzini?
Some sort of Italian Che Guevara?
He must have been someone important as, according to Google, there are streets named after him in Verona, Milano, Bologna and Torino.
Beh, listen to my daughter’s take on the issue, part of our ‘Italian street names’ series of audios with dialogs:
But what if history’s not your thing?
Well, foreign languages certainly must be, or you wouldn’t be here.
‘Book of the Week’ Offer Reminder
A ‘Book of the Week’ promotion is an occasional chance to get one of our easy Italian readers at half the usual price!
This week’s half-price ‘easy reader’ is from our ‘Book of the classic Italian movie’ series: Roma città aperta.
The idea with these ‘classic movie’ easy readers is to get you a simplified version of the story of the film, which you can then read or study before tackling the movie.
They’re written by an actual scriptwriter (also an Italian teacher), so despite being simplified, they are very faithful to the structure of the movie.
The offer is good until Sunday night.