Lotto In Italiano

Author: Colette Elliott
Editor: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 0857472704
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Bingo is a child-friendly and enjoyable way for children to learn Italian vocabulary. Topics include numbers, food, animals and clothes. Three types of lotto board are provided for each topic: words only, words and pictures and pictures only. Handy call sheets make adminstration easy.

Memorietta Italiana Per Le Fanciulle O Conversazioni Familiani In Italiano Ed In Francese

Author: Maria Emilia Cassella
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Tema Rema In Italiano

Author: Harro Stammerjohann
Editor: Gunter Narr Verlag
ISBN: 9783878082873
Size: 16,38 MB
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L Uso Delle Preposizioni In Italiano

Author: Luisa Polesini Karumanchiri
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9780802079718
Size: 18,38 MB
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The aim of this workbook is to have students understand do exercises on structures that require the use of prepositions in modern Italian. It is intended for any student of Italian, with at least one semester of formal instruction in this language. This second edition includes a completely reworked series of exercises, an extensive description, in English, of the use of Italian prepositions, and a software package (with a CALIS interface for the PC) that not only confirms correct answers, but also gives detailed feedback to unacceptable answers. The content of the workbook includes the following topics: prepositions governed by verbs,nouns, and adjectives; complements (of place, time, manner, etc.); a section contrasting the use of prepositions in Italian and English. Each topic is developed in a series of exercises from the simplest to the most complex. The workbook is self-contained and easily be used in conjunction with other course materials, over two or three semesters.

Agricola Di C Cornelio Tacito Tradotto In Italiano Da G De Cesare

Author: Cornelius Tacitus
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Coriolano Tragedia Recata In Italiano In Prose Da I Valletta

Author: William Shakespeare
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Otello Tragedia Recata In Italiano Da I Valletta In Prose

Author: William Shakespeare
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Fedone O Dell Immortalit Dell Anima Tradotto Dal Tedesco In Italiano Da C Ferdinandi

Author: Moses Mendelssohn
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Acquisitional Dynamics Of Russian L2 In Italian Learners

Author: Nataliya Stoyanova
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1527522377
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When Italians speak Russian, do they think in Italian or Russian? Or does the thinking not happen in either language? This work is an attempt to answer these questions by an experimental piece of research. The speed and success of the acquisition of the syntactic hierarchization and discourse structuring in Italian native speakers learning Russian L2 were measured and matched in order to compare the distances between Italian and Russian on these two levels. It was demonstrated that the way the speaker uses a linguistic system is not a totally free and arbitrary choice, but it follows certain regularities, and constitutes his textual-discourse competence, i.e. the language use is specifically structured, and the native structure of the linguistic use is much more resistant to the acquisition of the second language than the morpho-syntactic component, probably because the former influences the speaker’s thinking.

Noun Noun Compounds In Italian

Author: Radimský Jan
Editor: University of South Bohemia
ISBN: 8073945517
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This book investigates one concrete compounding pattern in present-day Italian within a larger overview of Italian compounding. Various accounts and classifications of Noun + Noun combinations in Italian are reviewed, with special focus on the status of the lexical integrity hypothesis. The author sets out to propose an integrated approach to the Noun + Noun compounding pattern, rigorously based on large representative data sets that were extracted from the Italian web corpus ItWaC as both automatically and manually post-processed frequency lists. On the basis of such data, it is aimed to show the behaviour of various subtypes of Noun + Noun compounds. Starting out with the Bisetto-Scalise classification, the author carefully examines the status of coordinate compounds, ATAP compounds (i.e., the group comprising attributive and appositive structures) and subordinate compounds (comprising verbal-nexus and grounding compounds), discussing both theoretical and empirical implications of this classification scheme. Moreover, the original Bisetto-Scalise model is supplemented with further classification levels in order to capture specific compounding types such as relational (i.e. inherently trinominal) compounds. A major merit of the present study lies in the quantitative dimension of the data it deals with. In light of this data, the author emphasizes the gradient nature of the traditional dichotomy between syntax and compounding. The book will thus appeal not only to the linguists interested specifically in Italian word-formation, but also to a larger community of scholars who seek a more general view of the word-formation phenomena.