Class cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns. I will be in touch about rescheduling and details about a possible late spring/summer quarter.
Please read pages 35 - 40 of our story that you can also listen to here and here and here.
Read "Un viaggio di nozze" and translate the sentences below on this new handout. If you have the time you may prepare your answers to the questions on the other side that we will use in our conversation next week.
Here is a much better version of "Annibale Venturi's" (in reality Nicola Arigliano's) song ;-)
Please read pages 16 - 17 and pages 18 - 20 of our story that you can also listen to by clicking here and here.
Please keep studying the new vocabulary on the seconcd page of this document (pages 147 - 148 in our book if you have it).
Study the passato prossimo with avere and complete exercises B, D and F on pages 151 - 154; and the passato prossimo with essere and exercise A on pages 154 - 155.
Please read chapters 4 and 5 (pages 12 - 15) of our story that you can also listen to by clicking here and here.
Please read the dialogue and study the new vocabulary on the first two pages of this document (pages 146 - 148 in our book if you have it).
Next class we will start studying our first past tense. If you have the time and energy you can read ahead on pages 151 - 152 (on the same document as above) in the book - but it is not necessary.
You might want to consider purchasing our book at this point. You can order an inexpensive copy here.
Please read chapters 2 and 3 (pages 8 - 11) of our story that you can also listen to by clicking here and here.
On the "Mamma mia" worksheet complete exercises 6 and 7.
For extra credit you can complete also exercises 2 - 5 on the "Mamma mia" worksheet and the last exercise on the "3 gennaio..." worksheet. You can check your answers by referring back to the original text we read at the beginning of the worksheets.
Students who missed class might want to take a look at the practice sheet we completed using the possessive adjectives.
Please keep reviewing the conjugation of the regular and main irregular verbs.
Complete exercises 2 and 3 on the "3 gennaio 1954..." handout.
Read pages 5 and 6 of our story that you can also listen to by clicking here.
Ecco la canzone dei partigiani that even Rita Levi Montalcini was probably singing back in the days. There are many versions on youtube sung by artists from all over the world. Here is one of them with the lyrics in Italian and in English:
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