Author(s): Mediatheque Publishing
Review + Practice = Confident Communication in Italian! Focused on the needs of advanced beginners to advanced students, The Ultimate Italian Review and Practice will transform the way you look at Italian grammar - from a set of easily forgotten rules to stepping stones toward accurate and confident communication. Combining concise review with extensive practice, this book provides the ultimate way to polish your Italian-language skills. The Ultimate Italian Review and Practice offers: clear, concise explanations of all the grammar topics, illustrated with examples from everyday life; more than 350 exercises with an answer key to help you master Italian grammar and vocabulary; vocabulary boxes providing the terms and expressions that will increase your ability to express yourself; and cultural notes enhancing the effectiveness of the grammar exercises while acquainting learners with contemporary. Italy Expand your knowledge of grammar parts such as: the present tense of irregular verbs; passato prossimo; gerunds; gender of nouns; the pronoun ne; possessive adjectives; prefixes; cardinal numbers; imperatives and much more.
David M. Stillman holds a PhD in Spanish linguistics from the University of Illinois and has taught at Harvard, Boston University, and Cornell. He is a professor at The College of New Jersey, where he teaches Italian, Spanish, and French. He has authored and co-authored more than forty foreign language textbooks, multimedia courses, and reference books. Tiziano Cherubini, MA, is an instructor of Italian and a PhD candidate at Rutgers University, New Jersey. He holds a laurea in Foreign Languages and Literatures from the Universita della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy, and an MA in Italian Literature from the University of Virginia. He has taught extensively at colleges, universities, and private institutions both in Italy and in the United States, most recently at Rutgers.