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32. Running Errands (Intermediate)

Today we are going to find out why our foreign student of Italian did not show up in class for the past few days and in doing so we are going to practice some useful prepositions, like “a” (to), “da” (to), and “in” (in). We’ll also get the chance to learn some colloquial Italian expressions like “fare dei giri” (to run some errands) and “e’ un pezzo che…” (it’s been a while since…).

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