You can use "Acquerello Italiano" to stay in touch with your favorite Italian language and culture. Each audiomagazine is an hour-long programme on audio cassette or CD consisting of news, features and interviews, produced in Europe by professional broadcasters and journalists. A booklet containing a word-for-word transcript and an extensive glossary accompanies the audio component. In addition to translations of difficult words and phrases, the glossaries contain copious biographical, historical, political and cultural notes. An optional study supplement with listening exercises and grammar drills is also available with each issue.

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"I've been living and working in Tuscany four months a year for the past 17 years. No single medium has done more to improve my Italian and increase my knowledge of things Italian than the Champs-Elysées Italian audiomagazines."

This is what you need for when the language course ends!

Champs-Elysées audiomagazines

"Acquerello italiano"
, the audiomagazine for intermediate to advanced speakers of Italian and those interested in Italian lifestyle, culture and travel.

Produced six times a year in Rome, "Acquerello italiano" showcases the vitality and style of contemporary Italy. Recent issues include features on the sculpture collection of the Palazzo Altemps, Roman Jewish cuisine, and Seborga, a small principality in Liguria that wants to break away from Italy. Another key highlight is host Lao Petrilli’s interview with controversial Benetton fashion photographer Oliviero Toscani about his daring advertising campaigns.

On-going language learning in a cultural context.

Because the audiomagazines are periodicals, you are exposed to novel and current material month by month. This is thus a genuinely entertaining and culturally informative way to maintain language fluency.

Every subscription comes with a money-back guarantee. If it’s not for you, let Champs-Elysées know within 30 days and your money will be refunded and you can keep your first issue.