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Italian for Beginners (Usborne Language for Beginners)
This title deals with everyday situations in which children may find themselves while abroad. Italian grammar is clearly explained, and puzzles provide plenty of practice. This title is part of a series providing a thorough grounding in useful, basic language skills.
Paperback, 48 pages
Published May 29th 1992 by Usborne Publishing Ltd
(first published August 31st 1987)
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I thought about not including this on my list of books read, because it is a kind of text book bought specifically for my NSSEB partner. It wasn't on her wishlist but a couple of other learn Italian type books were and this one struck me as straightforward and rather fun. As a result, I couldn't resist reading through the cartoon strips when I got home. There were one or two words thaat hadn't quite made it to my active vocabulary: criceti may not be that uncommon in language books aimed at chil ...more