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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Have you ever asked a bus driver for information? If so, did he or she answer back?

Vincenzo
Wednesday at 12:18 PM
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Ciao Ofelia! What a great beginner series to learn Italian! I am now half way complete with the series, but wondered if it is possible to listen to all of the series dialogues without interruption to see if I can understand the dialogue and review what I have learned. It would be great if there are summary lessons inserted throughout the series that reviews all previous lesson dialogues. Is that possible?


Molte grazie.

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Friday at 04:59 PM
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Hi Jamie,


That's a good exercise!:thumbsup:


Ciao!

Ofelia

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jamie
Wednesday at 07:03 AM
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No, I don't read the transcript while listening to the lesson. I do that afterwards.

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Saturday at 12:02 AM
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Hi Beverly!


We are sorry for the mistake. Thank you for letting us know :grin:

It's fixed now, thank you again!

Grazie mille-

Ofelia

Team ItalianPod101.com

Beverly A. Gee
Sunday at 12:41 AM
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is there a error under the explanation of the words salire and scendere in the pdf section? i do not understand the comment using the prefix venti with the explanation of these two verbs.

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Sunday at 11:26 PM
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Buongiorno Luca!


Come va?

Grazie come sempre! Thank you as always!


If you completed the "beginner" series without any particulat problem, it should not be necessary to complete the "introduction" and "absolute beginner" series.

Anyway it may be that some words from the "absolute beginner" could be new for you. So I would recommend to try to study some lessons from the "absolute beginner" at random, to make sure you don't really need them.


If you have other questions, please let us know!

Grazie, a presto!

Ofelia

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Luca Deon
Saturday at 10:13 PM
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Buongiorno a tutti! A sempre, mi e' piaciuto questa lezione!

Anche era divertimento di imparare questa lezione su un nuovo progetto!

Posso chiederti una domanda in inglese?


I have only done the beginner series (up to this lesson). I hope to complete all series' in beginner, intermediate and advanced. Will I miss out on new vocabulary/grammar points if I skipped the introduction and absolute beginner?


Ciao e grazie!


~Luca

Consuelo
Thursday at 11:43 AM
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Ciao Ann,

thank you for your suggestion. This could be helpful for our listeners.

The first time you listen to a lesson and you want to know how much you can understand you can do it without reading the words.

I reccommend to read the pdf notes before, after or at the same time you listen to the lesson. Because you can hear the lessons again and again and again...


Grazie per il commento,


buona giornata,


Consuelo

Ann
Thursday at 05:08 AM
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About the tip to read the pdf while listening to the podcast:

No, when I listen to the postcast for the first time, I never take the pdf before me, as I want to know how much I can understand without seeing the words...

(Once you see the conversation, it's much easier to understand, but when I will be in Italy again next summer, I will have to understand without a transcript!)

Marco
Friday at 11:45 AM
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Dear petiteclaire,

The lesson seems to appear fine in "Myfeed".


I also think that bus drivers in big cities tend to be more "edgy".

Instead in small cities it is easier to actually chat with them. Some times they also offer information without being asked. It is their way to welcome you to their city.

Ciao