Italian All-In-One For Dummies
  • Italian All-In-One For Dummies
  • Italian All-In-One For Dummies
ISBN: 1118510607
EAN13: 9781118510605
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 3, 2013
Pages: 672
Dimensions: 1.38" H x 9.21" L x 7.4" W
Weight: 2.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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  • Italian For Dummies
  • Intermediate Italian For Dummies
  • Italian Grammar For Dummies
  • Italian Verbs For Dummies
  • Italian Phrases For Dummies
  • Italian For Dummies Audio Set

Your all-encompassing guide to speaking, reading, and writing Italian

Buongiorno! Italian All-in-One For Dummies brings together content from the Italian Dummies library into one handy guide that covers all the bases of the Italian language. Plus, go beyond the book and get online for access to even more opportunities to practice speaking the language. If you want to improve your Italian, whether it's for work, travel, or enjoyment, Italian All-in-One For Dummies has you covered.

  • Talkin'the talk -- explore some basic Italian pronunciations and phrases, common greetings, and everyday conversational topics
  • Out and about -- get the know-how to confidently navigate public transportation, dine out, find a hotel, and handle an emergency in Italian-speaking regions
  • Get down with grammar -- grasp the various parts of speech, including nouns, articles, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, verbs, and tenses
  • If you build it. -- find out how to build compound tenses, use reflexive verbs in the past, master the past Read More chevron_right

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   Great explanations!
In Italian, I am a complete neophyte. I tried two other texts which left the eternal why this? Question ''. This book answers the questions that others lack and provides examples. If you are new to the language and your extent of Italian is to know spaghetti and a few other items on the menu, then this book might be good for you, too!
   A very good deal on a very useful book
In my utter ignorance of Italian, I tried to make a dent by using Duolingo, which is helpful, but not all that fun. This book was intended to help fill the considerable gaps left by this app, and is great!
   No audio with the book
I think the book would be fantastic, but it did not arrive with the audio advertised, so it makes it more difficult to learn the lessons. I wonder if there is a way to do it in an online version, but.
   An Excellent Supplement
This comprehensive support for formal language study expands on my Italian Babbel lessons. It is the perfect source of information for all 6 books in a single volume, with all 6 books in a single volume, in my study area, lying open.
   Very inclusive and oral downloads available
In one sentence, Grammar is Grammar. Conversational in another way. The Italian student can start where they like. I have read the forward, not always the case, and also learned that there are downloads that accompany the book so that I can hear phrases and words in Italian. For Me '' it was a must. Having studied German formally and Spanish informally, I really like the layout of this book, how easy it is to use and its thoroughness. A severe student of Italian could get a head start with this book.
I've tried to watch Italian because I want to learn Italian films. I tried Babbel and another free online learning package, but it is very slow and tedious. I don 't want to spend weeks learning how to buy clothes, cook dinner or say hello to students. This dummy book has it printed on the front. I save lots of time by : You might also be able to read the papers.
   Total fail, not worth the money
My husband is Italian and he said that the book is full of mistakes and when it comes to translate some of the Italian sayings in English, the author actually translated it in the wrong. The weather was very poor and not worth the money. Thus, I have to buy a good book to compensate.
   there is nothing better to study the language
The best book about learning Italian is the Italian. I have 2 books by Marcel Danesi, Ph.D., Gramma and Italian demystified, good books. I have a few others, but the dummies are much superior to anything. The only inconvenience is that the paper is very cheap and easy to tear a page. And there are no exercises, but the material on the language is extremely well explained with some nuances that I have not even heard from my 2 Italian teachers.