Olympic Swimmers Superlatives

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Take a look at this chart with information about 3 famous Olympic swimmers! Who is the best? The fastest?

Olympic Swimmers Superlatives - True or False

Choose true or false for the following statements.

Olympic Swimmers Superlatives - Fill in the Blank

Write the correct superlative to complete the sentence.

 

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Italianisms in English (Part 2)

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Italian speakers bring their own unique “quirks” to the English language, based on the structure and logic of the Italian language. The same is true for English speakers learning Italian, or for French people learning Spanish, or for anyone learning any language!

This is because, when we learn a new language, we tend to translate directly from our native language, which doesn’t always work.

Check out the part 1

In this quiz, you’ll discover more common “Italianisms”. Can you transform them into correct English phrases?Again, don’t worry if you make mistakes as you go: mistakes are how we learn!

Italianisms in English | Quiz 2

Choose the correct answer.

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Italianisms in English (Part 1)

Good morning! Good afternoon! Good evening! It’s always a good time to learn English. At Scrambled Eggs English School of Milan we are always ready to serve up some English goodness, so crack open that shell of procrastination with your spoon of determination and tuck into our yolky exercises. Today we’re talking “italianisms”.

Italian speakers bring their own unique “quirks” to the English language, based on the structure and logic of the Italian language. The same is true for English speakers learning Italian, or for French people learning Spanish, or for anyone learning any language!

This is because, when we learn a new language, we tend to translate directly from our native language, which doesn’t always work.

In this quiz, you’ll see some common “Italianisms”. Can you transform them into correct English phrases? Don’t worry if you make mistakes: mistakes are how we learn!

Italianisms in English | Quiz 1

Choose the correct answer.

 

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