2000+ Essential Italian Verbs: The Easiest Way to Master Verbs and Speak Fluently

2000+ Essential Italian Verbs: The Easiest Way to Master Verbs and Speak Fluently

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by Living Language, Giuseppe Manca
     
 
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Whether you’re learning Italian for school, work, or just for fun, 2,000+ Essential Italian Verbs makes verb conjugation simple. Conquer the essentials of fluent Italian conversation: tenses, irregular verbs, usage, and prepositions. Inside you'll find:

• 2,000+ Italian verbs in alphabetical order
• Clear charts

Overview

Great news!
Whether you’re learning Italian for school, work, or just for fun, 2,000+ Essential Italian Verbs makes verb conjugation simple. Conquer the essentials of fluent Italian conversation: tenses, irregular verbs, usage, and prepositions. Inside you'll find:

• 2,000+ Italian verbs in alphabetical order
• Clear charts showing ALL major tenses, regular and irregular verb forms
• Sample sentences to show verbs in action
• Clear, concise English explanations of tense formation
• 40 engaging dialogues and 80 practice exercises to bring verbs to life
• English-Italian verb glossary

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781400020973
Publisher:
Diversified Publishing
Publication date:
07/19/2005
Series:
Living Language Essential Vocabulary Series
Edition description:
Includes CD-ROM Large Print
Pages:
448
Sales rank:
1,138,094
Product dimensions:
6.18(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.99(d)

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2000+ Essential Italian Verbs: The Easiest Way to Master Verbs and Speak Fluently 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So, I didn't understand the book's formatting at first, and that threw me off. Instead of offering each verb fully conjugated like 501 Verb books, it gives you 2,000 essential verbs and guides of 250 of those conjugations, and each verb has a chart. Given I know what a large problem limited vocabulary is for me, I thought that would be a great way to work on overcoming my limited vocabulary. At first I was really frustrated and thinking it didn't work at all, but it actually is because I get the spelling wrong because it's often similar (but not exactly like) Spanish.
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