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Essentials of Italian Grammar

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ISBN 9780674188853

Publication Date: 01/01/1929

55 pages

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A compact and systematic digest of the fundamental principles of Italian grammar, with eighteen topical exercises covering those particular forms that are indispensable for early reading. Though intended primarily for graduate students and for all those whose chief desire is to acquire a reading knowledge of Italian, this little book can be used to equal advantage as a review grammar, or as a beginning grammar in the first year’s course for colleges.

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