Italian Grammar For Dummies


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Master the written aspects of Italian? Easy. Grammar is one of the most difficult aspects to master when learning a language. The various parts of speech, verb tenses, conjugations, and moods are the building blocks of the Italian language, and must be thoroughly understood in order to be truly fluent. Italian Grammar For Dummies is your first step toward mastering the written aspects of Italian. By emphasizing the complicated conjugations and grammar rules, taking a narrower focus to improve comprehension, and enabling you to practice using the concepts right in the book, Italian Grammar For Dummies is your hands–on guide to mastering the written aspects of Italian. Provides ample opportunities to practice proper Italian grammar Serves as an excellent course supplement for those struggling with the complexities of the language Offers instruction and practice exercises for both speaking and writing the language, giving you greater confidence in your ability to communicate in Italian If you′re looking to master fluency in the Italian language but struggle with the details of grammar, Italian Grammar For Dummies has you covered.
Introduction ,1 Part I: Getting Started with Italian Grammar ,5 Chapter 1: Italian Grammar in a Nutshell 7 Chapter 2: That&rsquo,s Italian! Sounding Out Italian Words the Right Way 15 Chapter 3: Talking about Things with Nouns and Articles ,25 Chapter 4: Dealing with Numbers, Dates, and Time ,45 Chapter 5: Adding Dimension and Description with Adjectives 63 Part II: Forming Simple Sentences and Asking Questions ,75 Chapter 6: Jumping into Action with Italian Regular Verbs 77 Chapter 7: Using Irregular Verbs in the Present Tense 97 Chapter 8: Substituting Pronouns for Nouns ,117 Chapter 9: Using Refl exive Forms and Expressing Imperative Moods 133 Chapter 10: Declaring Your Likes (and Dislikes) with Piacere ,149 Chapter 11: Asking and Responding to Questions ,165 Part III: Beefing Up Your Sentences 179 Chapter 12: Prepositions: Little Words, Big Challenges ,181 Chapter 13: Qualifying Nouns with Demonstrative, Indefinite, and Possessive Words 195 Chapter 14: Making Transitions, Forming Connections, and Commenting 211 Chapter 15: Describing Actions with Adverbs ,225 Part IV: Talking about the Past, Future, and Conditional ,237 Chapter 16: Been There, Done That: Talking in the Past Tense ,239 Chapter 17: Reflexive Verbs in the Past ,261 Chapter 18: Future Tense and Conditional Mood ,271 Part V: Expressing Subjectivity and Giving Orders 295 Chapter 19: Dealing with Conditions Beyond Our Control: &ldquo,If&rdquo, Clauses and Passive Actions 297 Chapter 20: Getting into the Subjunctive Mood 307 Chapter 21: Second–Guessing Your Actions with the Past Conditional 321 Chapter 22: I Hope That You&rsquo,ve Had Fun! The Past Subjunctive ,331 Part VI: The Part of Tens ,343 Chapter 23: Ten Common Italian Grammar Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them) ,345 Chapter 24: Ten Italian Expressions You&rsquo,ll Use Every Day ,351 Index ,355