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Learn Italian conditional and listen to italian songs

Posted by Monica Corrias on September 16, 2007

Ciao. Last week at school a student had a problem on Italian “Condizionale presente“.

So I wrote this post for him and for you all (do you remember? I must use Italian language in my classes at school, but here I can use a little bit English)

Naturally, as usual, I suggest you to listen to these 2 songs that use the Italian “Condizionale presente”: “Vorrei incontrarti fra cent’anni” by Ron and “Vorrei cantare come Biagio Antonacci” by S. Cristicchi .

You will read the complete lesson on conditional after my short holiday 🙂

Ciao e buono studio!

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2 Responses to “Learn Italian conditional and listen to italian songs”

  1. Zintia said

    “I cannot use Italian language in my classes at school”
    sei sicura che questo è essatamente quello che volevi dire? se questa frase è vera, allora non l’hai fatto bene quando io sono andata a Roma…
    Spero che le tue vacanze siano bellissime e che ti servano per rilassarti molto prima da ritornare! Ah! e vorrei vedere una tua foto a un posto molto invidiabile, ok?
    Baciiiiiii

  2. Monica Corrias said

    … E io ho lasciato il post sbagliato per una settimana? terribile! Grazie per aver provato a mitigare l’errore. Ora vedo se ho qualche foto da mostrare. Ciao 🙂

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