17. Don’t Shoot The Messenger (Upper Intermediate)

LearnItalianPod Learn Italian with LearnItalianPod.com – Episode #17 of the “Upper-Intermediate Level Series” is entitled “Don’t Shoot The Messenger” – Italo is outside of the house for a walk, as he does every evening after dinner. The telephone rings in the house, Lucia answers and… there are bad news for Italo: an important business deal that was supposed to be sealed the following day has been delayed. Time for Lucia to bring the bad news to Italo. – So, let’s learn and practice how to bring news, either bad or good, to people, and what to say if the person receiving the news tries to “shoot the messenger”. On the grammar section, we will review the superlatives, both absolute and relative. Enjoy!

Upper Intermediate – Episode Nr.17

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5 thoughts on “17. Don’t Shoot The Messenger (Upper Intermediate)”

  1. I love this episode, lots of useful sentences and practical advise. Thanks also for the list of irregular comparatives on the PDF, I think I finally got the difference between meglio and migliore

  2. Morin – the super famous Italian expression is actually “ambasciator (without e) non porta pena”. That is the expression. As single word, “ambasciatore” can and is used in Italian with or without the final “e”.

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