It covers ‘Italian Verbs in the present tense‘.
The problem with Italian, as most people work out very rapidly, is that you can’t say or understand much at all until you get to grips with conjugating verbs, something that being a native English-speaker doesn’t really prepare you for.
Sooner or later, you have to sit down and learn the conjugations, the three groups of regular verbs, the main irregular verbs, and the way they’re all used, in particular the formal/informal forms of address.
So, for lesson 04 I found ‘un mucchio di’ (a heap of) materials from our site to choose from.
In part because I’ve been really busy, and in part because I thought I’d leave the choice of what to focus on up to you, I just collected the links together on one page for you to select from.
So, ready to conjugate, conjugate, conjugate?
Or find lesson 04 on our Italian Lessons homepage.
No, of course I didn’t forget the ‘Book of the Week’ offer.
But as I’ve spent half the day formatting Italian verbs exercises and explanations, I’ll be lazy and just repost Monday’s info, along with a comment that it’s the revenues from your e-book purchases that keep our club going…
This week’s ‘Book of the Week’ is Enrico Masso’s ‘Correre a tempo‘.
Download your free sample chapter (.pdf), which also contains a link to the audio of the entire story.
If you like it, if the level is OK for you, buy the full version any time this week for just €4.99.