A New Style Italian Grammar

Leonardo Oriolo , European Schoolbooks Publishing Ltd , 1994
This book is a concise reference guide to the fundamental structures of the Italian language. It is intended for those with a basic grasp of Italian. The book is intended to offer support during the phase of enquiry that follows the realisation that some errors seriously interfere with effective communication, and thus helps to impose some logical order upon the disparate pieces of language which have been absorbed as a result of communicative abilities
  • 0-850-48300-X 1862
  • A1 A2

An Introduction to Italian Syntax

Adrian C. Battye , University of Hull
This guide to Italian grammar and syntax is suitable for all levels as the grammar ranges from the very simple to the most complex. Each grammar point is clearly explained in English and is supported by numerous examples. The book is specifically concerned with syntax, which is the principle governing the way words can be formed together into phrases and ultimately into sentences, and therefore does not provide comprehensive coverage of Italian grammar
  • No ISBN 3589
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Da Zero a Cento

Cinzia Ciulli & Anna Lia Proietti , Alma Edizioni , 2005
As the title suggests, this book is designed to teach Italian grammar beginning with the most elementary concepts and gradually tackling more difficult grammar as the book progresses. This book is especially useful as the grammar is graded by difficulty from A1 to C2, making it easier to know which section is appropriate for your level. Each grammar point is supported by explanations in Italian as well as numerous examples, and follow-up exercises that test comprehension
  • 8-889-23703-8 5533
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

English Grammar for Students of Italian

Sergio Adorni & Karen Primorac , Olivia and Hill Press , 1982
An account of the grammatical terms found in Italian textbooks. Once the student understands the terms and concepts in English, it should be easier to understand the textbooks and learn the language. With simple explanations and numerous examples this handbook compares English and Italian grammar, pointing out the similarities and differences
  • 0-934-03404-4 2814
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Grammatica Pratica della Lingua Italiana

S. Mocchi , Alma Edizioni , 2002
This book is aimed at students who already have a basic understanding of the Italian language, and the exercises in the book aim at consolidating the material already learnt, as well as presenting grammar of a more advanced level. The book explains essential grammatical points about verbs, their conjugation, and tenses in the first part of this book, while the second part provides comprehensive coverage of conjugations for the most common verbs. The answer key to the exercises may be found at the back of the book
  • 8-886-44034-0 79
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Italian Grammar in Practice, Exercises, Theory and Grammar

S. Nocchi, , Alma Certosa srl , 2008
A book for English speaking students who want to practice Italian Grammar in a complete and successful way.
  • 9788886440899 9474
  • A1 A2 B1 B2

Italian Verb Drills

Paola Nanni-Tate , Passport Books , 1994
Combining the features of a textbook, workbook, and a self-study manual, this book clearly and systematically explains how the Italian verb system works, while providing numerous and varied exercises for thorough practice of each point covered. In addition, the answer key at the back of the book provides helpful support when students need to clarify a point. The book also provides regular review and mastery exercises to reinforce learning
  • 0-8442-8669-0 2815
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Parole e Immagini

Giovanni Varsi & Giovanni Battaglia , Bonacci Editore , 1978
This book is designed to give the student a thorough grounding in the basic elements of Italian grammar, and its chapters are themed on a particular grammatical term, each containing several exercises. An answer key is included at the back of the book
  • 8-875-73067-9 765
  • A1 A2

Qui Italia - Grammar Notes for English Speaking Students

Annalisa Rossi & Maria Giovanna Socci , Le Monnier , 2002
This book provides English explanations to the grammar points introduced in Qui Italia coursebook and textbook. Each unit deals with a specific grammatical area, and gives numerous examples in both English and Italian to support the English explanations
  • 8-800-85359-5 763
  • A1 A2 B1 B2

Schaum's Outline of Italian Grammar

Conrad J. Schmitt , McGraw Hill Companies, Inc , 1982
The book is divided into nine chapters, each one concentrating on a basic problem area of the language. Each grammatical or structural point is introduced by a simple, succinct explanation in English, accompanied by examples and followed by a series of exercises. The answers to the exercises may be found at the back of the book. Verb charts are also included at the back
  • 0-070-23031-5 5685
  • A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Testi e Parole - Testi Scritti e Testi Orali

Rosetta Torchia , Edizioni Guerra , 1997
This book is aimed at students with an intermediate level of Italian, and is designed to improve the student's grasp of complex grammatical concepts. Each of its twenty units begins with a text from which vocabulary and grammar forms are taken as the basis of the subsequent exercises. The texts also introduce the student to various aspects of Italian culture and history, as they are chosen from authentic sources
  • 88-7715-260-5 5529
  • B2 C1 C2

Una Grammatica Italiana per tutti 1

Alessandra Latino & Marida Muscolino , EdiLingua , 2005
This book is designed to give the student a thorough grounding in the basic elements of Italian grammar, and its chapters are themed on a particular grammatical term, each containing several exercises. Although the book is written entirely in Italian, each of the points are accompanied by several examples and there are exercises that test comprehension. An answer key is included at the back of the book
  • 9789607706706 644
  • A1 A2