Questo esercizio è per un livello A1. Devi abbinare le domande (numeri) alle risposte (lettere).

Nelle frasi ci sono verbi al presente regolari e irregolari.

 

1) Dove vai in vacanza di solito?
2) A che ora ritorni dal lavoro?
3) Che cosa fai di solito il sabato sera?
4) Come si chiama il tuo migliore amico?
5) Quanti fratelli o sorelle hai?
6) Quando è il tuo compleanno?
7) Qual è il tuo gruppo preferito?

a. Ho un fratello e una sorella
b. I Kasabian
c. Il 30 giugno
d. Vado al mare, in Grecia
e. Ritorno alle 5.30
f. Esco con gli amici
g. Si chiama James

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Soluzione:
1-d, 2-e, 3-f, 4-g, 5-a, 6-c, 7-b

Teacher Silvia

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I live in a town near Rome, the city that I love for its special atmosphere and its unique soul. I lived in another fantastic city, London, for five years and it was an incredibly enriching experience that I will never forget. I have in-depth experience teaching Italian as a Second and Foreign Language both in person and online. I graduated from La Sapienza University in Rome with degrees in Italian Language and Literature and I recived the DITALS Certification in Teaching Italian as a Second and Foreign Language from the University of Siena. I have taught Italian as a Second Language since 2003 in various contexts: intensive standard Italian courses, individual tcourses, CELI and CILS exam preparation courses, business courses and online courses via live video calls. I have extensive experience in teaching adults of different ages, backgrounds and levels of competence. I’m passionate about my work because I love my native language and I also love the fact that people find Italian and Italy so interesting and beautiful. I think learning a foreign language is an exciting and challenging way to travel across a culture while enjoying yourself along the way.

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