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Italian Demystified

Italian Demystified by Marcel Danesi
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PART IChapter 1: Italian Pronunciation and Spelling Pronunciation of Italian VowelsIntroducing YourselfPronunciation of Italian ConsonantsIntroducing PeopleItalian Spelling and CapitalizationThe Verb PiacereNames and SurnamesChapter 2: Meeting and Greeting People Italian Nouns Asking Chi è? Asking Che Cosa è? Plural Nouns Asking Chi Sono? Italian Titles Meeting and Greeting ExpressionsChapter 3: Asking Questions More Plural NounsDays of the Week and Months of the YearLanguages and Nationalities Asking QuestionsThe Italian-Speaking World Other Countries Around the WorldChapter 4: Describing People and Things Subject Personal PronounsThe Verb EssereAdjectivesNumbers from 0 to 20Numbers from 21 to 100Italian CurrencyAsking Questions with PrepositionsUsing Quanto and Quale Chapter 5: Expressing Likes and Dislikes (28 pages)The Indefinite Article The Definite ArticleExpressing Here and There with EssereThe Verb AvereThe Verb StareTEST AFTER PART IPART IIChapter 6: Eating and Drinking The Present Indicative of -are VerbsExpressions of TimeVerbs Ending in -care, -gare, -ciare, and -giare Italian Food and DrinkThe Verbs Bere and Dare More About Nouns and Gender The Numbers from 100 to 1000Chapter 7: Telling Time The Present Indicative of -ere Verbs The Verbs Fare and DarePrepositional ContractionsThe Numbers 1,000+Telling TimeChapter 8: Expressing Dates The Present Indicative of -ire Verbs The Verb CapireThe Verbs Andare, Uscire, and VenireOrdinal NumbersDemonstrativesExpressing DatesItalian HolidaysChapter 9: Talking About the Weather The Present Progressive TenseThe Verbs Potere, Volere, and DoverePossessivesTalking About the WeatherItalian CitiesChapter 10: Giving Commands The Imperative TenseThe Negative ImperativeThe Verbs Sapere and Conoscere Partitives Talking About AddressesTEST AFTER PART IIPART IIIChapter 11: Using Reflexive Verbs Reflexive VerbsImperative Forms of Reflexive VerbsReciprocal Forms of VerbsFractions and Other Numerical Expressions ClothingChapter 12: Using the Present Perfect Tense The Present Perfect Tense with AvereThe Present Perfect Tense with EssereIrregular Past ParticiplesMore About the Definite ArticleChapter 13: Using the Imperfect Tense The Imperfect Tense Irregular Verbs in the Imperfect TenseThe Progressive Form of the Imperfect More About Demonstratives and Possessives Chapter 14: Using the Pluperfect and Past Absolute Tenses The Pluperfect Tense The Past Absolute Tense Irregular Verbs in the Past Absolute Tense TransportationChapter 15: Talking About the Human Body More About Masculine vs. Feminine Nouns Gender of Nouns of Greek Origin Position of Adjectives Form-Changing AdjectivesThe Human BodyTEST AFTER PART IIIPART IVChapter 16: Talking About the Future The Future Tense Irregular Forms in the Future Tense The Future Perfect Tense Talking About SportsChapter 17: Using the Conditional Tense The Conditional Tense Irregular Forms in the Conditional Tense The Past Conditional Tense Using Negatives The Italian PeopleChapter 18: Using Object Pronouns Object Pronouns Object Pronouns with Past Participles More About Adjectives Adverbs Computers and the InternetChapter 19: Using Double and Attached Object Pronouns Double Object Pronouns Attached Object Pronouns Stressed PronounsMore About the Verb Piacere Chapter 20: Making Comparisons More About Pronouns Adjectives of Comparison Adverbs of Comparison Relative Pronouns Italian CoffeeTEST AFTER PART IVYOUR FINAL EXAMAnswer KeyEnglish-Italian GlossaryItalian-English Glossary

McGraw-Hill Education; October 2007
481 pages; ISBN 9780071593731
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Title: Italian Demystified
Author: Marcel Danesi
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