eBook Barron's Traveler's Language Guide -- Italian (Barron's Traveler's Language Guides) download
by Raffaella Marini
Author: Raffaella Marini
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series; Bilingual edition (October 1, 2005)
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A substantial red-coded section in this book is devoted to vocabulary. It gives travelers a bilingual dictionary in two sections-from Italian to English and from English to Italian.
A substantial red-coded section in this book is devoted to vocabulary. Small enough for easy packing with travel luggage, and featuring a clear, vinyl jacket that will stand up to the wear and tear of many journeys, this book is both practical and good-looking.
Color-coded pages give you quick reference to specific topics.
Find the right words and phrases for all travel situations, plus tips on enjoying an active and creative vacation, traveling with children, and traveling if you are physically handicapped. Color-coded pages give you quick reference to specific topics.
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Up-to-date in content, beautifully illustrated with color photos, packed with bilingual lists of vital words and phrases, and overflowing with helpful travel advice, this book is a perfect take-along for both business and vacation travelers to Russia. Page edges are color-tipped-a different color for each section-so that on-the-go travelers can refer to any one of 17 separate general topics and find the information they're looking for in a hurry
Автор: Marini, Raffaella Название: Travel lang gde: italian Издательство: Ingram Издательство: Barron's .
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780764132070. Release Date:October 2005. Publisher:Kaplan Publishing.
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It is also spoken to varying extents in in Slovenia, Croatian, Argentina, Eritrea, Malta, and elswhere. Each vowel in Italian is pronounced clearly and distinctly. Some important vowel sounds to remember in Italian are: a as in father, e as in bent or ray, i as in police, o as in no, and u as in noon