Italian Made Easy is a beginner’s guide to the Italian language. Volume 2 of 3 teaches basic conversation skills, including greetings and introducing yourself, asking for directions, ordering food and drinks, and more. Through dialogues, vocabulary lists, and exercises peppered with cultural insights into Italy traditions and customs.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who want to learn how to speak Italian. It covers basic conversation skills, such as greetings and introducing yourself, asking for directions, ordering food and drinks, and more.
- The dialogues are concise and easy to follow.
- The vocabulary lists are extensive and helpful.
- The exercises offer good practice opportunities.
- The exercises might be a bit too easy for some people.
- It does not offer much explanation about the grammar of the language.
- Some of the translations are a bit off.
Learn more about the author
Lingo Wave is a team of polyglots and language experts who believe that learning new languages should be fun, easy, and efficient. They develop innovative software for online language learning, making it possible for people from all corners of the world to learn any language they want in record time.
“This is a great book for beginners. I like how it starts with the basics and gradually builds up to more complex conversations.”
“Lingo Wave has done a great job with this series. Italian Made Easy is perfect for beginner learners. The conversational dialogues are natural and easy to follow, the grammar explanations are clear and concise, and the exercises are helpful.”
” A fantastic, user-friendly way to learn Italian! I’m not even close to being a beginner and I found this book engaging and helpful. The dialogues are realistic and relevant, the cultural notes add richness and context, and the exercises reinforce what has been covered. A great resource for anyone interested in learning Italian!”
“I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn Italian! The dialogues are realistic and the cultural insights are fascinating. I feel like I have a much better understanding of Italian culture now, as well as how to speak the language.”