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by Mike Zollo

Download Teach Yourself Italian Vocabulary ePub
  • ISBN 0071421572
  • ISBN13 978-0071421577
  • Language English
  • Author Mike Zollo
  • Publisher McGraw-Hill; 2 edition (October 16, 2003)
  • Pages 224
  • Formats mobi rtf lrf lrf
  • Category Reference
  • Subcategory Words Language and Grammar
  • Size ePub 1732 kb
  • Size Fb2 1151 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 615

An essential resource for language learners at all levels

For beginning learners or students who have a hard time grasping a new language, the Teach Yourself Vocabulary series has been totally revised to be a self-teaching resource for teens and adults. These practical guides present hundreds of key words in manageable groups--not boggling-boggling vocabulary lists like other language learning books do--in familiar topics such as telling time, greetings, employment and hobbies. This series also features numerous memorizing techniques to ensure that new vocabulary sticks in the learner's mind.

More than just reference books, the Teach Yourself Vocabulary series builds students' knowledge of the language and contains:

Key, up-to-the minute vocabulary Terms listed with relevant verbs, adjectives, and useful expressions Memorizing activities to make sure readers remember the words they have learned

Publisher: Teach Yourself (November 1996). This is an excellent little must have book for learning Italian

Publisher: Teach Yourself (November 1996). This is an excellent little must have book for learning Italian. I have practically every book in Italian you'll see in Barnes and Noble bookstores yet none of those books have what this little book has. Get this book for the extensive Italian vocabulary it has that is not in other books for learning Italian. There are certain super important Italian vocabulary words you need and this book has them. One person found this helpful.

Teach Yourself Italian Vocabulary book.

Mike Zollo is a Distance Learning Tutor, and teaches PGCE students at the University of Exeter. He has written many textbooks, and has been a Principal Examiner at A Level for almost 20 years. Series: Teach Yourself. Paperback: 272 pages.

Unlike a phrasebook or a dictionary, teach Yourself Italian Vocabulary will take your existing knowledge and build on it systematically and organically, so that yo. .Select Format: Paperback.

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Teach Yourself Italian. It’s called Teach Yourself Italian. An exhortatory title, full of hope and possibility. Photograph by Brigitte Lacombe. My relationship with Italian takes place in exile, in a state of separation. As if it were possible to learn on your own. Having studied Latin for many years, I find the first chapters of this textbook fairly easy. I manage to memorize some conjugations, do some exercises. But I don’t like the silence, the isolation of the self-teaching process. It seems detached, wrong.

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