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Mixed skills D'Annunzio, B: L'italiano non è difficile. Esercizi di italiano per cinesi

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This exercise book provides activities for students of Chinese origin who wish to learn Italian at level A1-A2.

Using a comparative analysis of the two languages, the exercises aim to reinforce the acquisition and understanding of the more difficult aspects of Italian.

The exercise book can be used both for self-study and as a classroom resource.

Every exercise book is subdivided into two parts:

- an opening section devoted to the sounds and signs of the Italian language, with exercises to reinforce the ability to distinguish and use letters and sounds which can pose particular difficulties.

- a second section with specific exercises to overcome possible learning difficulties stemming from native language interference. The second section also features in-depth studies of culture on topics related to everyday life and social organization in Italy.

The volumes include the keys to the activities.

Series Mixed skills Title L'italiano non è difficile. Esercizi di italiano per cinesi
Subject Italian Language Italian
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Beginners
Publication Date February 2015 Authors Barbara D'Annunzio
Binding Paperback Pages 128
Size(mm) N/A Weight (gms) 250
ESB Code 36485 ISBN 9788820106843
Inspection Copy No Delivery Limited Stock
  Price £11.50

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