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Pocket Italian Grammar (Barron's Grammar) (Paperback)


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Pocket-sized and packed with helpful instruction, this portable book provides a concise yet comprehensive guide to Italian grammar.

Barron’s Pocket Italian Grammar covers parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, pronunciation advice, verb charts, and more. It also features definitions of basic grammatical terms with examples in Italian and English.

The two-color design for headings, key words, and phrases makes this title a quick and easy reference and enhances its visual appeal.

Whether you’re at a beginner, intermediate, or advanced, level, this is a must-have, inexpensive grammar resource for Italian-language students, teachers, or translators looking for a go-to guide or supplement.
About the Author
Marcel Danesi is a Professor of Semiotics and Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Toronto. He is known for his work in language, communications, and semiotics; being Director of the Program in semiotics and communication theory. He has also held positions at Rutgers University, University of Rome "La Sapienza,” the Catholic University of Milan, and the University of Lugano. Danesi is the author of many Foreign Language titles for Barron’s, including 501 Italian Verbs, Italian Vocabulary, Learn Italian The Fast and Fun Way, Italian Now, Level 1, and more.

About the Publisher
In the 1930s, Manuel H. Barron opened a bookstore in Brooklyn, New York. 

People from the community asked Mr. Barron about books that might be available to help their children study for the New York State Regents exams. After realizing there wasn't anything available, Mr. Barron created his own study guides.

80 years later, Barron's has helped millions of people prepare for their next step.
Product Details ISBN: 9781506258263
ISBN-10: 1506258263
Publisher: Barrons Educational Services
Publication Date: December 3rd, 2019
Pages: 304
Language: English
Series: Barron's Grammar