Better Reading Italian

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 22, 2003 - Foreign Language Study - 256 pages
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New reading series brings foreign language acquisition into the 21st century

While the world produces more and more reading material each year, from magazines to newspapers to websites, why are most language learners still relying on contrived texts and classic literature for language acquisition? Providing entertaining contemporary texts in the original language, the Better Reading Language series is for those who want to brush up on a foreign language.

With the authentic materials provided in this series, readers will be able to peruse a Latin Grammys write-up in Spanish, a feature on Alain Ducasse's favorite recipes in French, or a review of a Milan fashion show in Italian. Readings on everything from music and sports to cinema and contemporary family life are arranged in increasing difficulty within chapters. Along the way, learners will find instruction and exercises to help develop improved reading speed, comprehension, and vocabulary.


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Slow food
La moda e il design
Costume e societÓ
La scuola
Lessico famigliare
Sebben che siamo donne
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Daniella Gobetti, Ph.D., is an author and manager of the Center for European Studies at the University of Michigan.

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