Who is Vasco Rossi? He is an Italian musician with a distinctive "rocking" style. He has been famous since the late 70s and is loved by the older and the newer generations alike.
Albachiara (1979) is one of his most famous songs. It is a good song for learning or reviewing the Italian present tense of regular verbs, including common Italian reflexive verbs, and some useful vocabulary to talk about the different parts of a day, such as alba (dawn) and tramonto (sunset), mattina (morning) and sera (evening).
Listen to the song while reading the text below and sing along! See if you can figure out the meaning of words you don't know.
Download the free, printable PDF lesson and listen again, this time following the text of the song with the blanks and filling in the blanks as you listen. The PDF also includes vocabulary lists, grammar explanations, and practice exercises.
Buon ascolto e buono studio!
DOWNLOAD THE FREE PDF LESSON: LEARN ITALIAN PRESENT TENSE WITH A SONG BY VASCO ROSSI