Improve your spoken Italian from home with 101 real-world conversations in simple, everyday Italian.
Real Italian people don’t speak like your textbook...so it’s no wonder you feel unprepared when it’s your turn to speak! This book fixes that. For the first time, you’ll learn to speak Italian in the REAL world, with 101 authentic conversations in simple, spoken Italian, so you can become confident in the words, phrases, and expressions you need to communicate like a local.
You’ll be transported into a real-world story that unfolds between six Italian characters, told by the people themselves in 101 authentic conversations. Over 15,000 words of real Italian, you’ll immerse yourself in a gripping Italian drama and get an education in natural Italian in the process. Here’s what you’ll get:
- 101 conversations in simple Italian, so you can learn the real Italian spoken in the street
- Over 15,000 words of dialogue at a level you can understand
- Real, daily spoken Italian throughout so you can learn the expressions that real people use on the street (not in textbooks).
- Situational dialogues from typical daily circumstances, so you’ll prepare yourself to survive realistic Italian encounters
- Conversations that are carefully written to be accessible for beginners (A2-B1 on the CEFR),
- Word lists with English definitions in every chapter, so you can get instant translations of any difficult words and focus on reading and enjoying the stories rather than wasting time in a dictionary
- Summaries of each conversation which contextualise each dialogue, so you can easily follow the plot and enjoy the story without getting lost
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Please note: This audiobook is in Italian.
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please make more like this one
I think this book is perfect for someone at an intermediate level. it was an engaging story and you also provided the text, even if I had to buy it separately. Much appreciated. If you make 20 more of them I will buy them all. thank you for this book.
- Alan y Bont
No character differentiations
According to the grammar, the two main protagonists of the story are supposed to be female yet they are narrated by two male voices. Not only that, the rest of the cast are read by the two same voices. I wouldn't have thought that to have each character read by a different person would add to much to the production costs and would have made for a more enjoyable and productive listening experience.