I know, what’s not to like about this beautiful Mediterranean island? Sicily boasts a wonderful climate, a richly eclectic culinary tradition, stunning beaches and a bewitching mix of majestic Greek temples and baroque architecture.
Well, cari ascoltatori, I hope you took the time to study our new grammar lesson. Today we’ll focus on the passato prossimo, which is a compound past tense used to describe a completed action that took place in the past. We will also explore a number of very useful time adverbs, such as oggi, ieri and domani.
Amici, I’m sure you’re looking forward to hearing more of Connor’s stories, so I won’t keep you waiting. Let’s welcome our favorite teacher Silvia and her very talented student, Connor!