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Some functions of communication in Italian

Posted by Monica Corrias on June 20, 2010

Hi everyone,

it’s time you learn some more Italian online!

I was very busy last three weeks, so I couldn’t write new posts or piece of grammar information on my blog “learn Italian language”: I’m sorry for that!  But now I’m here with a new nice exercise on Italian interpersonal functions of communication ( expressing regrets; give directions and instructions;  etc.)

This exercise (+ solution), is for students of a language level B1, so it’s totally in Italian. I hope you’ll preaches it 🙂

Have a good day!

Exercise: Griglia funzioni comunicative-elementi grammaticali

Remember: the friendliest way to improve your language skills is practice it with a mothertongue teacher in a friendly conversation about current affairs, life in Italy and Rome, and many other topics you like. I can give you Italian instruction: this is an opportunity to ask a native speaker (and experienced teacher = me) about the language problems you can have.

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