Advanced Italian Step-by-Step by Paola Nanni-Tate

By Paola Nanni-Tate

Take your Italian to the following point utilizing the groundbreaking, proven-effective "building block" method of proficiency

Advanced Italian Step-by-Step starts with a short assessment of the major grammar fundamentals after which strikes directly to extra complicated subject matters you would like for precise mastery of the language. It introduces you to hundreds and hundreds of recent vocabulary words--all bolstered with readings that placed the recent phrases in daily context.

• Leads you thru a distinct "building block" method of getting to know complicated grammar
• Down-to-earth reasons of crucial principles and concepts
• Key verbs and vocabulary
• a variety of routines that assist you chart your progress
• enticing readings that assist you hone your abilities in daily contexts

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Helsinki То´кио Tokyo Гонолу´лу Honolulu Ка´лгари Calgary Тбили´си Tbilisi О´сло Oslo Сан-Франци´ско San Francisco Торо´нто Toronto (b) Indeclinable loanwords denoting islands are masculine (cf. о´стров island). краси´вый Кюраса´о beautiful Curaçao живопи´сный Анти´гуа picturesque Antigua со´лнечный Ко´рфу sunny Corfu го´рный Ка´при mountainous Capri (c) Nouns denoting rivers are generally feminine (cf. река´ river). S. are masculine when they refer to the state (cf. шта´т state), but feminine when they denote the river.

Moscow is the capital of Russia. This is my sister. These are my parents. Nouns following a past-tense form of the verb бы´ть (бы´л, была´, бы´ли) may occur as predicates in the nominative case when they denote a permanent property, or one felt to be a defining characteristic of the subject. , добря´к good guy, краса´вица a beauty, у´мница smart person). Мо´й де´душка бы´л америка´нец. Моя´ ба´бушка была´ ру´сская. Ва´ня бы´л добря´к. Ле´на была´ у´мница. My grandfather was American. My grandmother was Russian.

Where is my table? Here it is. Where is my window? Here it is. Where is my lamp? Here it is. Adjective Agreement An adjective must express the same gender as the noun it modifies. Э´то но´вый сто´л. Э´то но´вое окно´. Э´то но´вая ла´мпа. This is a new table. This is a new window. This is a new lamp. A predicate adjective must express the same gender as its subject noun. Сту´л за´нят. Ме´сто за´нято. Ко´мната занята´. The chair is occupied. The seat is occupied.

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