In your career as a language learner sooner or later you will have to WRITE.
I have been there too, and I remember all my doubts and fear of making mistakes, especially as a French student. While it was so easy to speak, even long sentences flowed without problems, when it came to writing I was stuck.
• Do I have to use “é” or “è”?
• Is it “-eau” or “-eaux”?
• Do I add a final “s” or not?
It has happened many times as a native speaker of Italian that I had to check the spelling of a difficult word or the correct tenses in a long sentence.
Sometimes native speakers and students of Italian as a foreign language share the same doubts, after all speaking and writing require different skills that we all need to learn.
I am going to share with you my infographics with suggestions, grammar rules explained, a lot of examples. You can download them and create a folder, an emergency resources box, for when you want to craft a perfect piece of writing or a presentation.
This is the first infographic of the collection, happy learning!