• Italian

  • How to Learn Italian Fast, Including Grammar, Short Stories, and Useful Phrases When in Italy
  • By: Daily Language Learning
  • Narrated by: Edoardo Camponeschi
  • Length: 10 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

If you want to learn Italian in less time then pay attention....

Are you sick and tired of not being able to learn Italian fast?

Have you tried endless other ways of learning Italian but nothing seems to stick?

Do you finally want to say goodbye to your tendency to "forget most of what you've studied" and discover something that works for you?

If so, then you’ve come to the right place.

You see, Italian is easier than it seems.

Not only will this audiobook give you the basic grammar rules, but it also has many fun exercises for you to practice. 

If you’ve never studied Italian before or if you’ve studied it but you need to go back to the basics to get better, this audiobook will provide you with everything you need, especially if you are planning on traveling to Italy!

Here’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover:

  • Grammar
  • Italian short stories
  • Italian phrases and words
  • Sounds and pronunciation
  • And much, much more

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Daily Language Learning (P)2019 Daily Language Learning

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Nice Audiobook

Another good thing is the possibility to listen to both female and male voices as well. The voices sound clear and help the stories to be nice and easy to follow. The repetition of words makes us reinforce/recall the definition and its usage.

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what to do next

This book helped to improve my reading and comprehension skills of the Italian language while enjoying some entertaining short stories.

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good book

The book was interesting and it was a very interesting and not difficult book for beginners. It will help to remember new words and phrases. So I really advise you if you are a beginner in Italian to get this book.

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Absolutely essential

Extremely well written and sometimes filled with wit and humor, they not only present new vocabulary in a changing and surprising context that helps remembering it, but they also provide ample opportunity for training certain aspects of Italian grammar.

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I appreciate

This is an exceptional book with easy instructions to place all eleven chapters on your computer so that you may listen to each one when you wake up and again before you go to sleep. The speech is rapid but totally ITALIAN, and the vocabulary utilized is most practical and up to date.

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you will love

I found very convenient and useful. Furthermore, there are summaries and questions which improves your reading and comprehension skills by testing your understanding of the story.

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Cool audiobook

This book offers so many features. Everything from the audio. I have been interested in learning a new language for a long time. I did take an Italian class in school but never got a handle on it because of lack of time and resources.

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simply helpful

A great tool for those just getting into the language, but easily skimmed over if you already have basic fluency and want to enjoy some short stories. This is the sort of book you will come back to all the time to see how far you've come in learning Italian.

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A Great Tool

I recommend widely this book in case you are starting to learn the Italian language or if you wanna to return again. This is an excellent option.

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Very good stuff!

I find this kind of tool great! Because you learn the correct writing of words as well as the pronunciation from of the same.

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  • vicki
  • 04-10-19

Rubbish

so far I'm 4 chapters in and all the book has taught me is how to fall asleep. All it has consisted of so far has been 4 chapters of random Italian conversations with no translation into English? How are you supposed to learn when you've no idea what is being said??