15-minute Italian : learn Italian in just 15 minutes a day by Dorling Kindersley

By Dorling Kindersley

Parla italiano? in exactly quarter-hour an afternoon you could converse and comprehend Italian with self belief, with this progressive new process for studying a language. the original visible procedure makes studying quickly, effortless and enjoyable. No writing or homework - simply use the canopy to conceal the solutions and try your self as you examine. Real-life examples disguise each vacation and enterprise state of affairs. Accompanying CD may also help you ideal your pronunciation. even if ranging from scratch or simply short of a refresher, there isn't any more uncomplicated approach to examine Italian - speedy.

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Mean? 32–3) Andare e prendere To go and to take Andare (to go) and prendere (to take) are essential verbs in Italian that you will need to use frequently in everyday conversation as you find your way around. You can also use prendere when you talk about food and drink—for example, to say prendo un caffè (I’ll have coffee). 2 Andare: to go Say the different forms of andare (to go) aloud. Use the cover flaps to test yourself and, when you are confident, practice the sample sentences below. (io) vado I go (eeoh) vadoh (tu) vai (too) vaee (Lei) va (lay) vah (lui/lei) va you go (informal singular) you go (formal singular) he/she/it goes (looee/lay) vah (noi) andiamo we go (noy) andeeamoh (voi) andate you go (plural) (voy) andatay (loro) vanno they go (loroh) vannoh Dove va, signora?

Children (“bambini”), students (“studenti”), or seniors (“pensionati”) can ask for the discount rate, which is sometimes available. 3 In conversation È aperto oggi pomeriggio? Sì, ma chiudiamo alle sei. C’è l’accesso per i disabili? ay apertoh ojjee pomereejjoh see, mah kyoodeeamoh allay say chay lacchayssoh per ee deezabeelee Are you open this afternoon? Yes, but we close at six o’clock. Do you have disabled access? GETTING AROUND 53 4 Useful phrases Learn these phrases and then test yourself using the cover flap.

2 Sono tre euro e venti. kwantay 3 No grazie, non voglio vino. 3 Vuole del vino? vwolay del veenoh 4 Il treno parte dal binario sette. 4 Da quale binario parte il treno? 5 Vado a Roma. 6 Sì, il diciotto passa di qui. dah kwalay beenareeoh partay eel trenoh 7 Il museo è in centro. 5 Dove va? dovay vah 6 Passa di qui il diciotto? passah dee kwee eel deechottoh 7 Dov’è il museo? dovay eel moozayoh 4 Verbs Fill in the blanks with the right form of the verb in brackets. 2 turn signal 1 (io) ____ scozzese.

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