Italian: A Self-Teaching Guide

Learn Italian the quick and easy way Whether you re learning Italian for the first time or just brushing up on your skills, this updated edition of the bestselling Italian A Self Teaching Guide is the ideal way to master the language at your own pace In fifteen simple lessons, you ll learn how to engage in everyday conversations from ordering at a restaurant to asking for directions to making special arrangements with a hotel concierge Written in a lively, personable style by a native Italian, this practical guide combines the quick reference virtues of a phrasebook with the learning tools of a full fledged language course Designed to acquaint you with the basic skills you need to speak, read, write, and understand the language, Italian A Self Teaching Guide, Second Edition demystifies grammar, common usage, and pronunciation with step by step lessons on numbers, days of the week, telling time, and special rules of speech It also includes extensive vocabulary and culture notes Mini dialogues from real life situations provide a vibrant introduction to Italian culture and customs while a fun assortment of exercises, self tests, and practice activities constantly reinforces your reading and conversational skills.
Italian A Self Teaching Guide Learn Italian the quick and easy way Whether you re learning Italian for the first time or just brushing up on your skills this updated edition of the bestselling Italian A Self Teaching Guide is the

  • Title: Italian: A Self-Teaching Guide
  • Author: Edoardo A. Lebano
  • ISBN: 0471359610
  • Page: 159
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    1. I'm using this textbook as a teacher (I teach online to Italian learners around the world) and it works pretty well. The content is good and easy to proceed with. It's a very good guide.

    2. My Italian is progressing. Clear concise workbook format. Steady progressive exercises that are fun to accomplish. My one complaint has more to do with me than the book. It uses grammatical terms like past participle. I can't for the life of me remember what that is in english, so it is very hard to translate it into Italian. I find myself googling the terms, looking at examples and then I figure it out. I must not have been paying attention in 7th grade english.

    3. I used the first edition of this book a number of years ago and liked it very much. Haven't gotten too far yet in this edition but have noticed a couple of annoying things: a) the original text is so old, they give currency values in lira instead of euro; b) have already found at least 3 errors in the exercise answers at the back, and I've only worked through the first 2 and a quarter chapters. The book is copyrighted 2000; surely, they could have done a corrected reprint by now! Hope if I fi [...]

    4. I used this to study Italian on my own last year while I was living in Italy. I studied using this book all winter and felt I was able to teach myself better than an instructor could at times. I've tried learning both ways, with a teacher and without. If you are a self learner, this book will work for you. Explanations are in English so it's great if you're a beginner.

    5. This book has helped me learn a lot about the Italian language! Much more than many other books. I like that there are actual questions in the book for me to solve. One thing I must point out though and the reason I can’t give it 5 stars, is that the book was published in 2000, which believe it or not, a lot has changed in the Italian culture and vocabulary in those 17 years. As I went through the book, I found quite a few instances that I believed incorrect and had to follow up with my friend [...]

    6. This book is good for students of Italian who have already studied the language using another book for a few years. There are about 10 practice sentences for each new concept, which is good. New concepts are presented in rapid succession. There are about 60 new vocabulary words in each chapter. I've studied Italian for four years by taking a weekly class. I like this book as a review of what I should have already learned.

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