Buon giorno a tutti!: first-year Italian

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An introductory °four-skills° text designed to get students communicating in Italian from the start, providing a firm grounding in vocabulary and structure. Lessons 1 to 15 are written in English and have dialogues, readings, grammar explanations, conversational and structural exercises and cultural notes. Lessons 16 to 20, based primarily on prose passages, are entirely in Italian. Contains many examples, exercises and much background cultural information.

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About the author (1989)

EDOARDO A. LHBANO is Professor of Italian and Director of the Center for Italian Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington. He is also the author of Buon Giorno a Tutti!, a first-year Italian textbook also published by Wiley.

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