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Practice your Italian: exercises and music

Posted by Monica Corrias on December 28, 2007

Ciao, today is a little cold and I fell better and ready to help you to study Italian prepositions!
You could share this classes about Italian language and grammar, but please respect the common license.
Today I’d like to give you 3 exercises on prepositions, is a little pack of Italian grammar exercises designed to reinforce the work done in the classroom; the exercises of varying difficulty can be used with beginners through to intermediate students. Answer keys are also provided.

Here are the links:
Preposition (grammar points):

Italian place/space prepositions; Italian “locuzioni”:some improper prepositions; Italian prepositions with definite article

Exercise 01; Exercise 02; Exercise 03

(Ideally, you would not have to study grammar points, therefore is extremely useful to listen to the radio and Italian songs), anyway …

Finally I posted a very nice song by Jovanotti, the title is “Chissà se stai dormendo” , you should listen carefully the typically Italian daily pronunciation (you can read the lyric and listen to this song so you improve your skills to listen to Italian). Enjoy this Italian song.


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