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OK, OK, it’s midnight here, and I should be heading for bed, but after reading the kind words Danny has written about my little blog in his my kind of honesty blog, I felt I should repay the compliment and provide a link to his fun-to-read entries. As I commented on his blog, his stuff made me chuckle a few times. So, maybe it will have the same effect on a few others out there. Go see it and you may like what he is talking about – and encourage him to keep on blogging.

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Stop reading, start speaking

Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

I shall keep popping back to see how things are evolving.

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