By Stella Peyronnel, Ian Higgins
Introducing Italian tradition and other people throughout the medium of the language used this day, Basic Italian: A Grammar and Workbook presents readers with the fundamental instruments to precise themselves in a wide selection of situations.
Presenting twenty-three person grammar issues in full of life and real looking contexts, Basic Italian is an obtainable reference grammar with comparable routines in a single, effortless to stick to quantity. each one unit involves jargon-free reasons and comparisons with English, which concentration upon the extra universal problems skilled through novices of Italian.
* modern examples in either Italian and English
* grammar tables for simple reference
* complete workout solution key
* thesaurus of grammatical terms.
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Noun] Daniela è medico. [noun] Tu e Anna siete cugini? [noun] Siete gentili! [adjective] Gli amici di Paul sono italiani. [adjective] Are you students? [noun] Daniela is a doctor. [noun] Are you and Anna cousins? [noun] You are kind! [adjective] Paul’s friends are Italian. [adjective] Avere is normally followed by a noun (or a noun accompanied by an adjective): Hai il libro? Non ho tempo. Abbiamo molti amici. Hanno una casa grande. Paolo e io abbiamo una macchina. Have you got the book? I haven’t time.
Have you got my address? Have you any Italian friends? Have they got an exam? e. ‘not’) before the verb: Claudio is not my brother. We’re not Italian. Aren’t you foreigners? Haven’t you got my address? They don’t have an exam. We haven’t got any Italian friends. I haven’t the slightest idea what to give Paola. Claudio non è mio fratello. Non siamo italiani. Non siete stranieri? Non hai il mio indirizzo? Non hanno un esame. Non abbiamo amici italiani. Non ho la minima idea di cosa regalare a Paola.
44 Unit 5 6 Il treno di Giorgio (partire) alle 18. 7 Tutti i giorni (noi leggere) il giornale. 8 (tu pulire) il bagno? 9 (io conoscere) molti italiani. 10 I giochi (ﬁnire) sempre alle 17. 11 Non (noi guidare) l’auto. 12 Anna e io (giocare) a carte. 13 Perché non (voi tornare) in Scozia? 14 Non (tu capire) nulla! 15 Giorgio e Paola non (spendere) molto. 16 Dove (Lei abitare), Signor Verdi? 17 (Voi pagare) l’aﬃtto, Signori Rossi? 18 (tu viaggiare) molto. 19 Non (tu ricevere) molte lettere? 20 Piero e Gianni (lasciare) il cane a casa.