The Complete Idiot’s GuideA (R) to Italian, Second Edition and you’ll have a one-stop resource for getting a handle on this beautiful language-whether you are traveling to Italy for vacation or chatting with the host at your favorite Italian ristorante. The new edition includes a new and improved Italian-English glossary, more practical exercises, easier-to-read tables, a quick travel reference and new sidebars on dialect.


This book is an attempt to present a fairly comprehensive account of the structure and usage of Standard Modern Greek (SMG), which is defined as the language ordinarily spoken and written at the present day by moderately educated people in the large urban centres of Greece. Today, despite the view frequently expressed by Greeks that the Modern Greek language is in a state of chaos, there is nevertheless a broad consensus about the general principles (and about most of the details) of the language.


The courses still use the popular and effective conversation building-block method, but all content has been thoroughly updated and now includes e-mail essentials and internet resources for each of the eight languages in the series. In addition, 18 supplemental vocabulary sections, covering such topics as “Family and Relationships,” “On the Job,” “Sports and Recreation,” and “Around Town,” are now included. As an added bonus, the new handy wallet phrase card with 300 essential words and phrases is the perfect reference for on-the-go learners, travelers and business people.


Three official languages have emerged in the Balkan region that was previously Yugoslavia: Croatian  Serbian  and Bosnian. Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, a Textbook introduces the student to all three. Dialogues and exercises are presented in each language, shown side by side for easy comparison; in addition, Serbian is rendered in both its Latin and its Cyrillic spellings.




This pack aims to take users from scratch to having a solid base in Dutch within six months, and to feel comfortable with the language in as little as three months. In only half an hour a day users will move ahead naturally until they are at ease with all the basic structures needed for communication and become familiar with the basic words and grammar of Dutch.



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