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Postcard from the Country-Beginner #19 (Absolute Beginner)-Italian Podcast


Hello there. My name is David, and today I will read you an article for beginners. I will read slowly first, then at a natural speed. let’s start!
Hey there! This is David. Today I am going to read an article for beginners. First, I read slowly, then at a normal (natural) speed. let’s start.


Expensive Italian podcasts,
Dear Italy Podcast

I come to my country house for the weekend. Here, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, quiet and peaceful.
I came to my home in the country house for the weekend. Here, away from the hustle and bustle (hustle and bustle) of the city, it is quiet and peaceful.

It’s a bit windy, but it’s not It’s cold. There are no clouds in the sky, and the grass is getting greener and more fragrant. The first flower of spring is also blooming.
It was a bit windy, but it was not cold. There is no cloud in the sky, and the grass is getting greener and more fragrant (good fragrant). The first flower of spring is growing.

There is a big apple tree in my garden, but its fruit is not yet ripe. Golden wheat began to grow in the field. I rest in my garden and listen to the sounds of nature quietly.
There is a big apple tree in my garden, but its fruit is not yet ripe. In the field, golden wheat began to grow. I relax (rest) in my garden and listen to the sounds of nature in silence.

Come see me!
Come visit me!

Sincerely,
David


That’s all for today. Thanks for listening and see you on the next postcard!
Goodbye.
That’s all for today. Thanks for listening and see you on the next postcard!
Goodbye

notes:

– We say “fare freddo” and “fare caldo” to mean “very cold” and “very warm”.

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