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Language: English
Levels: B1
Type: Multiple choice
A listening activity based on a Euronews video.
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: English
Levels: B1, B2
Type: Fill in the blanks :: Drag and drop
Verbs which can be combined with more than one preposition to acquire different meanings.
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: English
Levels: B1, B2
Type: Fill in the blanks :: Drag and drop
Gap-filling task aimed at observing the use of complex vocabulary at B1-B2 level.
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: English
Levels: B1, B2
Type: Fill in the blanks :: Writing
Sentences to be completed with the right form of the given word.
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: Italian
Levels: B1
Type: Fill in the blanks :: Writing
Practice the subjunctive in Italian through a gap-filling task.
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: Italian
Levels: B1
Type: Fill in the blanks :: Drag and drop
A gap-fill exercise based on an Italian TV series: Suburra. - Un testo in italiano da completare con le parole date, basato sulla serie televisiva italiana "Suburra".
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: Italian
Levels: B1
Type: Multiple choice
Attività di comprensione dell'ascolto basata sulla canzone "Il congiuntivo" di Lorenzo Baglioni, che ha partecipato al Festival di Sanremo del 2018.
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: Italian
Levels: B1
Type: Fill in the blanks :: Writing
Written practice of some Italian idiomatic expressions with the verb "prendere" and "rompere".
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: Italian
Levels: B1
Type: Multiple choice
Listening comprehension activity based on short video extracted from a 1980's Italian comedy: "Bianco, Rosso e Verdone". - Attività di comprensione del testo basata su uno spezzone di una commedia italiana degli anni 80: "Bianco, Rosso e Verdone".
Created by Andrea Polverini
Language: Italian
Levels: B2
Type: Matching
The objective of this activity is to practice terms related to trade shows through collocations. Learners need to find the right combinations of words.
Created by Andrea Polverini