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501 Italian Verbs (Barron's 501 Verbs) (Paperback)
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Learning Italian is easy with Barron’s 501 Italian Verbs. The authors provide clear, easy-to-use review of the 501 most commonly used verbs from the Italian language. Each verb is listed alphabetically in easy-to-follow chart form—one verb per page with its English translation.
This comprehensive guide to Italian verbs is ideal for students, travelers, and adult learners. It includes:
- The 55 most essential Italian verbs used in context
- More than 1,500 additional regular verbs conjugated like the book's 501 model verbs
- Common idioms and sentences demonstrating Italian verb usage in all tenses
- Passive and active voice formations
- Practice exercises in Italian verb usage with answers, plus verb tests and drills
About the Author
Marcel Danesi was born in Lucca, Italy. He has a Ph.D. in Italian Linguistics and is the Director of the Program in Semiotics and Communication Theory and Professor of Semiotics and Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Toronto. Danesi has been a visiting professor at Rutgers University, the University of Rome "La Sapienza," the Catholic University of Milan, and has given lectures throughout the academic world. He also holds an appointment at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education as professor and researcher in bilingual education. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1998, founded a research center (Center for Communication and Information Sciences), and is the Editor-in-Chief of Semiotica, the official journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies. Dr. Danesi has authored and coauthored numerous language manuals for the study of Italian and Spanish, and his work has been featured in the New York Times, among other print publications, and he has been a guest on several broadcast outlets including National Public Radio.