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Top 5 Italian Books for Learning Grammar and Vocabulary

Top 5 Italian Books for Learning Grammar and Vocabulary

Have you considered learning how to speak Italian? While taking Italian lessons with an experienced teacher is certainly a good idea, language-learning books can be a great supplement to traditional classes. In fact, many teachers encourage or even require their students to utilize Italian books while not in class to further their studies. With so many Italian books on the market, however, it can be difficult to determine which ones are best suited for you. That’s why we’ve combed thro … Read More

Top 5 Italian Books for Learning Grammar and Vocabulary
Have you considered learning how to speak Italian? While taking Italian lessons with an experienced teacher is certainly a good idea, language-learning books can be a great supplement to traditional classes. In fact, many teachers encourage or even require their students to utilize Italian books while not in class to further their studies. With so many Italian books on the market, however, it can be difficult to determine which ones are best suited for you. That’s why we’ve combed thro
Introduction to French Grammar: How to Ask a Question
In French, like in English, you can often make a statement into a question just by raising your voice at the end. However, that's not the only way the French might pose a question, and as you learn French you're likely to come across many other variations. It's a good idea to get all the other forms of interrogative sentence under your belt as well. 1. Question words. Just like English, French question words can be used to start off a sentence you want to turn into a question. These words take
Video Lessons: How to Say the Date in Spanish
  Another day, another set of Spanish words to learn! Follow along with tutor Sam H. to learn how to say the date in Spanish, including the months of the year in Spanish and days of the week. Video Recap - How to Say the Date in Spanish Time to learn some new Spanish vocabulary! Days of the Week in Spanish Lunes = Monday Martes = Tuesday Miércoles = Wednesday Jueves = Thursday Viernes = Friday Sábado = Saturday Domingo = Sunday Months of the Year in Spanish Enero = Jan
2 Simple Rules to Help You Pronounce Spanish Words
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Italian Grammar: Mastering the Informal and Formal 'You'
When it comes to Italian grammar, understanding the informal and formal 'you' can be very difficult. Below, Italian teacher Giulio G. shares some tips and tricks on how master this common Italian grammar conundrum... In the Italian language, there are three ways to say 'you'; tu (informal) Lei (formal) and Voi (plural). For beginner Italian students, it can be difficult to determine the correct form when speaking. After all, there's only one 'you' in the English language. Nonetheless,

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