Italian in 32 LessonsBook - 1995
Unlike traditionally dry language texts based on rote memorization and repetition, Italian in 32 Lessons encourages creativity, allowing the learner to discover his or her own style. It gives the reader the essential, simplified grammar without force feeding, operating from the premise that grammar comes easily once vocabulary is properly learned. To that end, Italian in 32 Lessons gives an indispensable vocabulary list that includes the three thousand most-used words. Complete with tests, a sample lesson plan, and a full answer key, Italian in 32 Lessons is perfect for the self-learning beginner or for those just brushing up on their skills.
Publisher: New York : Norton, 1995, c1982
Edition: Norton Paperback ed
Branch Call Number: 458 Adrienne
Characteristics: 216 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Italian in thirty-two lessons