Giovanni Galavotti

Il giocoliere (A1/2)

.pdf ebook
5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

A student has her purse stolen on a crowded bus in Bologna. It contains little of value, except a photograph which is precious to her…

  • .pdf e-book (+ audio available free online at soundcloud.com)
  • 8 chapters to read and listen to
  • Comprehension questions to check your understanding
  • Italian/English glossary of ‘difficult’ terms for the level
  • Suitable for students at any level
  • Download your Free Sample Chapter (.pdf)

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£7.99

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A student has her purse stolen on a crowded bus in Bologna. It contains little of value, except a photograph which is precious to her…

  • .pdf e-book (+ audio available free online at soundcloud.com)
  • 8 chapters to read and listen to
  • Comprehension questions to check your understanding
  • Italian/English glossary of ‘difficult’ terms for the level
  • Suitable for students at any level
  • Download your Free Sample Chapter (.pdf)

Your e-book will be emailed to you within 24 hours of your purchase.

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.pdf ebook

Writer

Giovanni Galavotti

4 reviews for Il giocoliere (A1/2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    These parallel texts are a great idea for learning or brushing-up holiday Italian. I’m a grammarian so I can use the books fairly easily, but I wonder if you’ve considered adding grammar notes on unusual or difficult sentences? I’m so pleased to have discovered the resource, and expect to use it for other languages.

    Dick Hudson

  2. 5 out of 5

    I really enjoyed this story. It was part detective, part romance. I found that I wanted to keep reading because I was intrigued by the story line.
    I then used the book in class with a student and she really liked it too. As with all the books in this series, there are many useful phrases . For example : rimane a bocca aperta ‘= she is dumbfounded/astonished (left open-mouthed!) / “non vede l’ora” = she can’t wait / “quella folla di persone che vanno e vengono” = that throng of people coming and going “/ this sentence could be used to describe many Italian towns ” la bellissima piazza centrale; guardare le vetrine dei negozi; prendere un caffè in uno dei tanti bar che (si) incontra” etc.etc.etc.
    These books can be re-read over and over and will yield some little gem each time. The exercises at the end of each chapter are really useful too. Wonderful!

  3. 5 out of 5

    The easy readers are great for keeping you motivated. This one is perfect for wetting your appetite.
    It seems to me the most important thing is to read material, not only to remind you of vocabulary and grammar , but to be interesting

  4. 5 out of 5

    Great short love story about a juggler, a girl and a lost wallet. Wished the story would have continued. Good for beginners of Italian who have learnt the basics and some verbs to strengthen skills and word knowledge as well as enough additional new words and expressions to aid in further learning, reading and listening skills. Short exercises at the end of each chapter also handy for further learning and understanding.

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