Italian Phrases for Dummies

Everyday conversations in Italian made easyItaly is a perennially popular destination for Americans, with three cities Florence, Rome, and Venice among the top ten in Travel Leisure s 2003 World s Best Cities poll This concise, easy to use guide helps travelers and students get up to speed fast on conversational Italian, showcasing the most commonly used words and phrases.Francesca Romana Onofri is an Italian translator and teacher.Karen Moller is a writer who has worked on several Italian language projects for Berlitz.
Italian Phrases for Dummies Everyday conversations in Italian made easyItaly is a perennially popular destination for Americans with three cities Florence Rome and Venice among the top ten in Travel Leisure s World s Bes

  • Title: Italian Phrases for Dummies
  • Author: Francesca Romana Onofri
  • ISBN: 0764572032
  • Page: 437
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  • Italian Phrases Learn Languages Phrases and daily expressions have a very important role in Italian Once you re done with the Italian Phrases, you might want to check the rest of our Italian lessons here Learn Italian. Learn Italian phrases and sentences Surface Learn Italian Learn Italian phrases and sentences by selecting the phrases that you want to learn from the list These cover a wide variety of Italian topics, including the numbers in Italian, Italian days, Italian greetings and the months in Italian.

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    1. Spedizione molto rapida, prodotto perfetto ed imballato.Il libro piu' piccolo e' in sostanza una versione condensata dell'altro, ma sono semplici, ben fatti ed abbastanza completi. Consigliatissimo come primo approccio alla lingua italiana!

    2. Italian Phrases for Dummies is a wonderful book, because it teaches you only basic Italian grammar (such as how to use pronouns, to conjugate some important verbs, to understand gender and plurals etc,), how to make small talk about family, weather, your job; how to make reservations to restaurant/hotel, how to ask for directions if you get lost while driving through Italy, to ask for train/bus/airplane tickets, what to say in case of a theft/accident/car trouble or how to explain to an Italia [...]

    3. I have the text book that this book goes to. This is the way to learn Italian. It breaks down the pronunciation of the words very well, which is what sets it apart from other text books. Get the CD's too.

    4. Size will be easy to travel with. Haven’t attempted to use any of the content, but I’ll be bringing this lightweight book on my vacation.

    5. This book was recommended by my Italian teacher as a good reference which it is. It's handy and small enough to carry in my handbag. I attend adult Italian classes at our local Italian club.

    6. Read and familiarized myself with the book on the plane to Rome. By the time I got there, I was able to greet people politely, ask directions, order food and get the check among other important things. Being that the book was on my Droid, I was able to search words and quickly jump to the Table of Contents etc. That was a great help. The only drawback was that the book has a limited vocabulary list, so sometimes I was unable to find a word that I needed, when I needed it. But overall, I def [...]

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