Basic Italian Grammar Tony Giovanazzi
This text aims to provide a straightfoward explanation of the basics of Italian grammar, with practice exercises. It seeks to make the principal points of Italian grammar accessible and memorable for anyone wishing to learn or revise them. It does not assume a prior understanding of grammatical terms, and gives simple explanations of the purpose of each rule and structure. Examples taken from everyday language show clearly how every point is applied, and varied activities give opportunities to practise and to consolidate understanding. Answers to the activities are provided. The text can be used for independent revision or study as well as for reference and practice alongside course materials. It aims to provide revision aid for those approaching examinations, whether pre- or post-16, and an accessible reference guide for those taking a language component as part of a broader course.