Level: Upper Intermediate
Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod. Episode #22 of the “Upper-Intermediate Level Series” is entitled “Add A Seat To The Table”. There are at least two things that every Italian loves to do: the first is “to spend time with friends”, and the second is… to eat well. And when these two things are combined and done together, there you have it… “the perfect time!”
So, let’s follow our favorite couple, Lucia and Italo, as they plan a nice dinner with friends. You’ll really find a lot of useful, informal, 100% “real” Italian on this episode, the language that Italians really do speak informally as they go along with their everyday lives. Enjoy!
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Upper Intermediate – Episode Nr.22
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