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This grammar book is part of a series. This is the Italian edition and there are versions for learners who focus on European languages that are not Italian. The Open University in the UK, a well known and accredited distance […]
This is a series that uses Italian verbs to help beginner word power. The level is very easy. Suitable for complete beginners.
This second volume of the Italian Colloquial series is a step on from the first textbook.This is a better book in my opinion. Idioms are introduced in the early chapters, for example, how suffixes it Italian can function as adjectives […]
This textbook is perfect for a new user to Italian who wants to self-teach. The chapters cover absolute basics, introductions, interrogative questions, topics suitable for tourists, like travelling, and simple exchanges of information, for example, daily routines. By the end […]
This is the companion website for the series of books “Learn 101 Verbs in 1 Day with the Learnbots.” This is a reprint of a much older series that used pictures and colour coding to sort verbs of the target […]
This is a new Italian learners’ audiobook. The release date is 2016, with no information available about the author. The organisation of the chapters is thematic. All the topics learners could expect to cover as beginners are there. This set […]
An audio book format with lessons that instruct without boring grammar. This mp3 bundle follows a listen and repeat format. There is over 7 hours of audio.
This is an audio book of verbs in their infinitive and conjugations are explained. The verbs are laid out in all the patterns they are used, starting with the present tense in Italian, which is the one beginner books always […]
This is an audio learning system for a beginner to Italian. It’s produced by Living Language. There are 35 lessons and the listener must listen and repeat. There are no PDF’s for this product. The learning is all aural.
These audio tracks are 3 hours long in total. They are vocab lists more than lessons.