Getting started with Italian 3
Getting started with Italian 3

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Getting started with Italian 3

5 Grammar practice

You’ll now have the opportunity to focus on grammar.

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Electronic departure board, Torino Porta Susa station

Activity 3

At the information office in Turin railway station, passengers are asking for information about trains to a variety of destinations. Look at the electronic departure board above and answer their enquiries, writing down your answer. Use c’è and ci sono as appropriate.

Usate la tabella elettronica per rispondere alle domande dei passeggeri. Scrivete le vostre risposte qui sotto.

Esempio

Scusi, c’è un treno per Venezia?

Sì, c’è un Frecciabianca alle 7:15.

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