Synopses & Reviews
Sharpen your Italian grammar with skill-building exercises
If you want to be proficient in Italian, you eventually have to clear the bothersome hurdle of grammar. The best way to conquer this obstacle is through hands-on experience. Covering all facets of Italian grammar--from prepositions and pronouns to verbal forms and tenses--Italian Grammar Drills helps you learn often-perplexing topics with fun and engaging exercises.
This comprehensive book features:
- More than 200 drills that demonstrate how the Italian grammar system works
- An answer key to give you immediate clarification on any concept
- The flexibility to learn at your own pace
Adjectives and adverbs * Comparatives and superlatives * Present tense versus past tense * Prepositions * Passive voice * Verbal expressions and constructions * and more
When it comes to learning grammar, the best way is to JUST DO IT!
For learning grammar, you'll find the most success in retaining your skills through drills, drills, and more drills. Following the formula of the bestselling Verb Drills series, "Italian Grammar Drills" will reinforce your knowledge and enhance your ability to read, write, and speak in Italian.
This book introduces essential grammar concepts, with practical examples to demonstrate their correct usage. You will flex your grammar muscle with the exercises included in each section.
When it comes to learning grammar,the best way is to JUST DO IT!
For learning grammar, you'll find the most success in retainingyour skills through drills, drills, and more drills.Following the formula of the bestselling VerbDrills series, Italian Grammar Drills will reinforce yourknowledge and enhance your ability to read,write, and speak in Italian.
This book introduces essentialgrammar concepts, with practical examples todemonstrate their correct usage. You will flexyour grammar muscle with the exercisesincluded in each section.
About the Author
Paola Nanni-Tate teaches Italian at Ohio State University and is the author of Italian Verb Drills.
Table of Contents
Forming Plurals Pronouns
Nominative Case Accusative Case
Dative Case Genitive Case
Dative-Accusative Prepositions Der-words and Ein-words
Adjectives Contractions Questions and Interrogatives
Comparative and Superlative Relative Pronouns
Present Tense Past Tense
Present and Past Perfect Tenses Future Tense
Modal Auxiliaries and Double Infinitives Conjunctions
Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood
Answer Key Appendices