8. Where is Piazza San Marco? (Upper Intermediate)

LearnItalianPod Episode #8 of the “Upper Intermediate Level Series” is entitled “Where is Piazza San Marco?” – Let’s start with a little recap. Our friend Italo, who is spending the night in a hotel in Venice after his business meeting was cancelled, decides to go for a walk, determined to reach San Marco Square. He thinks “well, if I’m stuck here, I may as well enjoy this beautiful city!” – But after walking for a while, he realizes he’s lost and he needs to ask someone for directions. Today, we are going to learn some useful sentences and vocabulary that you can use in real life situations when asking for or giving directions. Enjoy!

Upper Intermediate – Episode Nr.8

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3 thoughts on “8. Where is Piazza San Marco? (Upper Intermediate)”

  1. Olga, where did you read that? Maybe you’ve read that the verb fermarsi can be treated as a verb of motion? Fermarsi, as far as I know, is a regular first-conjugation Italian verb and it is reflexive.

  2. Mi piace molto questo episodio… I always had trouble with directions (got lost quite a few times when I was in Italy), this episode makes it easier to understand 🙂

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