The Big Green Book of Italian Verbs (Book w/CD-ROM): 555 Fully Conjugated Verbs (英語) ペーパーバック – 2007/3/16
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Become an Italian verb virtuoso with this unbeatable reference/interactive combo!
The Big Green Book of Italian Verbs with CD-ROM is the most comprehensive resource available for learning and mastering Italian verbs. Designed for beginning through advanced learners, this indispensable guide will help you conjugate verbs with east, enabling you to communicate in Italian confidently.
Inside you will find:
- 555 fully conjugated verbs, listed alphabetically
- Current idioms and expressions for each verb
- The Top 50 verbs, with many examples of their usage in context
- More than 2,700 verbs cross-referenced to conjugation models
- A handy guide to deciphering irregular verb forms
The CD-ROM is a fun way to help you:
- Sharpen your skills with more than 300 interactive exercises, from multiple choice to fill-in-the-blank
- Form verbs and choose the right tenses
- Master common idioms and everyday expressions
- Track and evaluate your progress with a pretest and a comprehensive review test
System requirements: PC only: Windows 2000, XP, Vista
Katrien Maes-Christie, Ph.D., was an assistant professor of Italian at the University of Delaware and is now director of the League of European Research Universities.
Daniel Franklin is an experienced editor of German language-learning titles.
Riccarda Saggese, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Italian at the University of Delaware.
BUT, in actually using this book last night (as opposed to playing with layout and declaring it good to go) I'm revising my review. There is ZERO way to actually go to the verb you're looking for. The publisher didn't take the time to create a real TOC. Instead they reference "page numbers". The internal hyperlink "page numbers" would be okay if it gets you even close to the verb you're looking for. But when I want a verb starting acc- and end up in the P section, that's just no okay!
Either the TOC is broken or the publisher just didn't care enough to do it right. I haven't decided if I'm keeping the Kindle version or not but I will be buying the print edition. The content is excellent, formatting sub-par.