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Italian for Dummies Book By Francesca Romana Onofri and Karen Antje Möller and Teresa L. Picarazzi The fun and easy way to take your Italian language skills to the next level The tips, techniques, and information presented here give students, travelers, and businesspeople an introduction to how to speak Italian. With updates, an additional CD, and the traditional beginner-friendly easy-to-use format, this new edition of Italian for beginners gives you reliable lessons, practice, and language learning techniques to speak Italian with ease and confidence.

With a revamped, easy-to-use organization that builds on your knowledge and ability, Italian For Dummies offers expanded coverage of the necessary grammar, main verb tenses, and conjugations that beginners should know. Plus, you'll get a fully updated and expanded Audio CD that includes real-life conversations; an updated and expanded mini-dictionary; more useful exercises and practice opportunities; and more.

Builds on your skills and ability as you learn
Covers grammar, verb tenses and conjugations you need to know
Includes a mini-dictionary
Audio CD includes real-life conversations
If you are looking to achieve a comfort level in conversational Italian, Italian For Dummies allows you to comfortably speak this romantic language like a native.

Book Review
Learn to speak Italian with ease and confidence.
Buon Giorno! If you are looking to achieve a comfort level in conversational Italian, this practical and friendly guide will have you speaking like a native. Here you will find extended coverage of the necessary grammar, main verb tenses, and conjugations that beginners should know. Plus, you'll get a fully updated and expanded Audio CD that includes real-life conversations, an updated and expanded mini-dictionary, more helpful exercises and practice opportunities, and more.

Italian 101 - Learn to pronounce the Italian alphabet, numbers, and common words, and master the basic grammar you'll need to know as you work on the book

Ciao down: start practicing your Italian speaking skills in everyday situations, like asking for directions to the Colosseum or expressing your love for espresso

Start talking, gain the knowledge you need to confidently navigate public transport, find a hotel room, exchange money, and handle an emergency on your excursion to Italy

The Power of Ten: Discover Ten Ways To Learn Italian Quickly, Ten Things You Should Never Say In Italian, Ten Favorite Italian Expressions, And Ten Phrases That Will Make People Think You Are A Local

Open the book and find:

How to understand Italian grammar

Tips to improve your pronunciation

Strategies for handling verb conjugations

Idioms and popular expressions

Tips for moving to Italy

Fun games and activities to reinforce learning

30+ real-life conversations reinforcing the book's lessons

Learn to:

Speak Italian quickly and effectively

Understand basic grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation

About The Author of The Book
Berlitz has taught languages to millions of people for more than 130 years. Francesca Romana Onofri and Karen Antje Moller are veteran language teachers. Teresa L. Picarazzi, PhD, teaches Italian at The Hopkins School and has lived and worked in Cortona, Florence, Ravenna, Siena, and Urbino.