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If you have ever wanted to improve your Italian grammar and vocabulary, this book is for you.
By reading 6 Italian stories that revolve around common and daily activities, you will expand your vocabulary with words you will use frequently, while learning a more in-depth grammar by becoming familiar with these stories.
Each story tackles a relatively common task - such as shopping for groceries or visiting a dog park - and by using these scenery, this book will give you the opportunity to see these words in action, making it easier for you to integrate the new words not only into your vocabulary but also into the conversation in a more transparent manner.
If you have ever wanted a simple way to broaden your knowledge of Italian, those stories will allow you to do it at your own pace. Each story has about 2,500 words, short enough to be read several times before you compare your work with the English translations at the end of each chapter.
The way you work on this book, the time you spend on each chapter and the moment you choose to look at the English translations, ultimately, is entirely at your convenience. Everyone learns differently, and regardless of the best way to do it, you should always choose your own way, although this book offers some useful tips about where to start.
Things you will learn in this book:
How to decrypt unknown words in a sentence using contextual clues (words that you know).
How to use English translations as a useful tool and not as a crutch that you can explicitly rely on to help you translating Italian stories.
Vocabulary related to current events such as:
Trips to the shopping centre
Visit to the grocery store
Getting your hair done
Getting ready for and going to work
Going to a dog park
Attending a dinner party
How to use this book to help you to acquire your vocabulary and grammatical knowledge effectively.
Even if you are a beginner in the Italian language, these simple stories can work for you. There are not many difficult words that cannot be figured out with context clues, and if you find yourself struggling, you can always flip to the end of the chapter for the English translation to assist you.
As with everything we start to learn, practice makes it perfect. You must be willing to do the work that is required to make the most of this book and the time you spend studying it.
If the things mentioned here interest you or you feel that it could be beneficial for you, then do not keep waiting. The sooner you jump in, the sooner you will see results.
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