Italian Grammar Drills by Paola Nanni-TateInside you will find: more than 200 exercises, covering all aspects of the Italian grammar system; numerous examples that demonstrate correct grammar usage; review exercises to reinforce your understanding; an answer key to give you clear explanations of every concept. Topics include: Adjectives and adverbs * Comparatives and superlative * Present tense versus past tense * Prepositions * Passive voice * Verbal expressions and constructions * and more.
Call Number: CHIFLEY large book PC1112 .N36 2018
Italian Grammar by Joseph Germano; Conrad SchmittThis Schaum's Outline gives you: 480 fully solved exercises; coverage of contemporary conversational Italian including expressions, slang, and idioms; and support for all the major textbooks for Italian courses.
Call Number: CHIFLEY large book PC1129.E5 G47 2014
Using Italian by John J. Kinder; V. M. SaviniReviewing key points, this guide to Italian usage is intended for students who have acquired the basics of the language and wish to extend their fluency and confidence. It pays special attention to those areas of vocabulary and grammar which cause the most difficulty to English-speakers, and consideration is given throughout to questions of style and register. The text will be an essential reference for learners seeking access to the finer nuances of the Italian language.
Call Number: CHIFLEY PC1460 .K56 2004
Using Italian Synonyms by Howard Moss; Vanna MottaThis book enables students who have already developed a basic competence in Italian to broaden and improve their vocabulary and choose among words with similar meanings. All entries are accompanied by examples of usage and are graded to indicate their level of formality, and there are two indexes allowing users to locate words in Italian or English. This is an essential reference for intermediate and advanced students and teachers of Italian.
Call Number: CHIFLEY PC1591 .M67 2000
A Reference Grammar of Modern Italian by Martin Maiden; Cecilia RobustelliThis Italian reference grammar provides students, teachers and others interested in the Italian language with a comprehensive, accessible and jargon-free guide to the forms and structure of Italian. Whatever their level of knowledge of the language, learners of Italian will find this book indispensable: it gives clear and detailed explanations of everything from the most elementary facts such as the relation between spelling and pronunciation, or the forms of the article, to more advanced points such as the various nuances of the subjunctive. Formal or archaic discourse is distinguished from informal, everyday usage, and regionalisms are also indicated where appropriate. The authors have taken care to make it an easy and illuminating reference tool: extensive cross-referencing enables readers to quickly find the information they require, and also stimulates them to discover new, related facts.
Call Number: CHIFLEY PC1112 .M26 2007
Da capo: a review grammar by Graziana LazzarinoThis intermediate Italian text reviews and expands upon all aspects of Italian grammar while providing authentic learning experiences that provide students with engaging ways to connect with Italians and Italian culture.