Italian for Beginners

Explains what to say in Italian in a range of common situations and discusses the fundamentals of Italian grammar
Italian for Beginners Explains what to say in Italian in a range of common situations and discusses the fundamentals of Italian grammar

  • Title: Italian for Beginners
  • Author: Angela Wilkes
  • ISBN: 0844280593
  • Page: 128
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    1. While this book was probably intended for kids and teens, it works well for adults, too. As a tutor of German and Spanish (they have the same book in Spanish), I find that my beginning students of all ages enjoy these brightly colored, amusing illustrations and the simple, practical text. A complete beginner can stick with the text as printed. With the help of a tutor, a somewhat more advanced student can discuss the situations pictured, the names of the many objects on each page, his or her own [...]

    2. Wonderful book! I already know some German and I bought this to teach my kids before they went to DE for the summer. I love how the pictures went with the dialogue, making it easier for my kids to understand (and when to use) the language. It also helped refresh some of the German I’ve forgotten since I’ve last spoke it! I recommend this book to both novice and anyone needing a basic refresher!

    3. As an American, there are a few pronunciations that were a little bit different (given that the author is English), but aside from that, this book is great. We're studying up for a trip to Italy as a family (10, 13, 50, 54) and this is the perfect book for us. It even has a CD that has the lessons on it. Basic phrases, basic conversations, number, pronunciations, etc.

    4. It's a gift for my brother since he wants to learn German, looks like it'll teach him the basics. Only problem was that I guess I thought I had bought a new book and not a used one uh i mean I should've expected the quality since the seller is "Thriftbooks" Um I mean the pages are kinda stale and the spine is kinda torn and there's some random writing in it. I'm not too upset I'm just worried what my brother is gonna think about it. But it arrived on time so that's pretty good!

    5. For a quick, easy way to begin learning Italian start here. The pictures are a funny, most of the saying apply to situations tourist would find themselves in and I downloaded the CD to MP3 player and listen to it on the plane and when I'm not busy. This is not an in-depth study but great to start with.

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