Today’s free Italian lesson looks at relative pronouns, and in particular the difference between ‘chi’ and ‘che’, which does cause a lot of problems for English-speakers learning Italian (and vice versa…)
Don’t know what ‘relative pronouns’ are when they’re at home? No problem. I’m bolding them throughout this article.
And as it’s a nice short lesson – two explanations and just the one exercise – there’s no excuse not to click the link.
After which, as your reward, take the rest of Friday off!
Just tell ’em “Daniel said I could knock off when I finished my Italian homework” and then go have an ice-cream in the sun.
‘Chi va piano, va sano e lontano.’
(It’s in the lesson…)
Here’s the link you need to get started:
Or view all lessons published so far on our Italian lessons homepage.
Anyone remember when they used to shout that in British pubs, ten minutes or so before the legally-mandated closing time? Perhaps they still do…
Oh happy days.
Anyway, just a quick reminder that the launch offer on our new easy reader ‘Missione Segreta‘ ends on Sunday night some time.
Act with extreme urgency to get your copy at the bargain price of just €7.50 before then or, OMG, you’ll have to pay the full €9.99!
Or go without, which would be a shame as it’s a nice story, well-written, -edited and -recorded, and so well-worth the price of a beer or two.
And that’s coming for someone for whom beer is a precious commodity…
- FREE SAMPLE CHAPTER (.pdf)
- Buy ‘Missione Segreta’
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More on lunedì, of course.