This guide to speaking areala Italian will examine 9 integral parts of speech in Italian: verb, nouns, the article, adverbs, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections. There is also a chapter on idioms (modi di dire). Each chapter (for a total of 10) features a grammatical overview of the part of speech and then takes a look at some important words and phrases related to that part of speech. Based on the popular blog, Parola del Giorno, this book features easy to follow explanations on some complex grammar topics while helping you learn new words and phrases and providing a thorough and complete explanation of how Italian language is really used. This book is best suited for intermediate and advanced students.In general, nouns that are masculine: ac end in -o: dollaro, libro, tetto ac end in -ma ( from Greek): il genoma, il glaucoma, il magma ac sometimes end with a consonant: bar, film but la star, la mail In general, nouns that are feminine: ac generally endanbsp;...
|Title||:||Il vero italiano: Your Guide To Speaking "Real" Italian|
|Author||:||Keith Preble, Francesco Rossi|
|Publisher||:||Keith A Preble - 2014-08-04|