Ieri, oggi, domani won the Academy Award for ‘Best Foreign Film’ in 1965, which was a while back – you might not have heard of it.
The director was Vittorio De Sica, and one of the stars was a certain Sophia Loren, who you most certainly will know!
She’s on the cover of our easy-reader version – download the FREE SAMPLE CHAPTER (.pdf) to take a closer look.
‘Ieri, oggi, domani’ tells the stories of three women, Adelina, Anna and Mara, who live in different Italian cities: Naples, Milan and Rome.
Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni play the leading roles in each story.
This re-telling for learners of Italian makes a great introduction before watching the movie itself.
Or it could simply be an excellent way to supplement your study program.
Put aside that grammar book for a while and do something much more fun!
Plus, at 50% off this week, there’s not doubt that this material offers excellent value!
For just £3.99, you get:
- a .pdf e-book (+ audio available free online at soundcloud.com)
- 9 chapters to read and listen to
- comprehension questions to check your understanding
- an Italian/English glossary of ‘difficult’ terms for the level
- this text/audio is suitable for students at B1/B2 level and above
- n.b. Your e-book will be e-mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase
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Oh, and for students of Italian who are also movie fans, we have easy reader versions of various other well-known Italian films, written for you by our very own award-winning scriptwriter!