Many thanks to Patricia and Susan, both of whom found spelling errors in Wednesday’s exercises.
Be assured, this type of input is valued.
Today I have three ‘Which Word?’ dropdown menu exercises (in approximate order of difficulty).
Plus one ‘Which Grammar?’ exercise, which I took a glance at, and then abbandoned.
Many have also taken advantage of the FREE downloads at easyreaders.org.
Actually, it’s the same story, but localised into the different languages, which means different character names, cities and so on.
The Italian, Spanish and French versions are all suitable for beginners.
The German had me scratching my head, although I learnt a few words of the language just by listening to the audio and following the text with my finger.
Give them a try. Language learning is like a muscle. It gets more powerful as you use it!
Once you locate the free easy readers, add them to your cart, then proceed with the order in the usual way.
Except this time, assuming you’ve avoided anything that actually costs, no payment details will be asked for or taken.
Once the order is completed, you’ll be taken to a page with the free download link and you’ll receive an email with the link.
It’s valid for 7 days and for a maximum of three downloads. So save a copy some place safe!
And finally, a word about mailing lists.
You’re reading this because you ‘joined our club’ and so receive an email from me each Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
If you’ve been with us a while, you may not remember, but early on you would have had an automated message with a coupon to spend in the OnlineItalianClub.com shop.
Some people spend it, most don’t. It’s not a big thing. You can’t blame us for trying, though.
Easyreaders.org is our new online shop for ebooks, separate from the club because it covers multiple languages, not just Italian.
And over there, as well as the free downloads mentioned above, there’s a generous incentive for getting on their list – a 33% discount voucher on any or all ebooks!
A couple of hundred of you have already joined their list, and some have used the voucher. Thanks, ragazzi!
For everyone else, if you need study materials and want to get them at two thirds of the usual price, go here to join the mailing list and get your ‘save 33%’ coupon code!
Do you get on well with your neighbours?
Monday’s new easy Italian reader is about a young Italian who gets stuck in a lift with one of his.
Horrors, it’s the lady from downstairs!
The one who complains about the noise when his friends come over…