Barron's Italian Verb (英語) ペーパーバック – 2005/3/1
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Here is a fine new, user-friendly supplementary language worktext for students enrolled in high school and college-level Italian courses, as well as for those who know some Italian but want to work independently to improve their knowledge of Italian verbs. The book is divided into five main sections: verbs' present indicative tenses; their past indicative tenses; future and conditional tenses; subjunctive tenses, and the imperative and other tenses. Verbs are presented with fundamental conjugation information, illustrative dialogues, and additional learning features that include crossword puzzles, tips and notes on verb usage, and a review chapter that concludes each of the book's five sections. The book is filled with exercises designed to improve students' fluency in speaking, writing, and comprehending Italian. The type is set in two colors.
So last year, in a frenzy of enthusiasm to learn to read and write, I bought this verb workbook and five other Italian grammar books off Amazon. I've just finally started in on this one - in the 4th chapter - and I wish I'd begun with this one first. Absolutely SPECTACULAR! I'm concisely learning the WHY, the correct usage and how to think when I'm speaking. It's exceptionally well done.
I think this is an incredibly helpful workbook for someone who doesn't have time/patience to take a class or someone like me who wants to get it right and remember everything perfectly. This book is truly "best in class".
PS- I can see how the other review about it not being useful on Kindle would be true, as there are some very important charts and workbook pages that are best done in print format.