Better Reading Italian, 2nd Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 5, 2011 - Foreign Language Study - 288 pages
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Sharpen your Italian language skills through readings about its speakers' daily lives and culture

Better Reading Italian offers you entertaining, "real world" texts to help you understand and learn more Italian vocabulary and phrases. Each chapter features articles that cover a specific topic, such as cuisine, music, sports, film and theater, art, the family, today's lifestyle, or politics and history. Along the way, you will find instruction and exercises to help develop improved reading speed, comprehension, and vocabulary. The articles become gradually more difficult as you proceed through the book to keep you challenged and engaged.

Better Reading Italian is an easy, engaging way to boost your language skills and learn more about the language and its speakers as you go.

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Contents

Slow food
27
La moda e il design
59
Costume e societÓ
93
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Daniela Gobetti is the assistant director of the Office of International Programs at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is the author of Better Reading Italian and Practice Makes Perfect: Italian Vocabulary.

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