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The Key to Mastery of the Italian Verb System

All those who seriously want to speak or write Italian well must acquire a thorough knowledge of its verb system. The conjugation and use of Italian verbs, however, is an area that often poses considerable difficulties to students of the language. Italian Verb Drills aims at helping learners overcome these obstacles, so that they can confidently use verbs when expressing themselves in Italian.

Combining the features of a textbook, workbook, and a self-study manual, Italian Verb Drills clearly and systematically explains how the Italian verb system works, while providing numerous and varied exercises for thorough practice of each point covered. In addition, the exercise Answer Key at the back of the book provides invaluable support when learners need to clarify a concept immediately. Regular reviews also reinforce learning.

The range of topics treated in Italian Verb Drills includes:

  • Regular Verbs in the present, imperfect, future, conditional passato remoto and passato prossimo
  • The imperative mood
  • The present, past imperfect, and pluperfect tenses of the subjunctive mood
  • Reflexive Verbs
  • Progressive tenses
  • Modal Verbs
  • Irregular Verbs
  • Idiomatic expressions with avere and fare
  • An index of verbs

Concise explanations of the use of verb tenses and moods are augmented and implemented in the rich exercise material in this book. In this way, exercises not only provide intensive practice; they also offer an ample fund of examples illustrating usage.

Italian Verb Drills will prove to be an invaluable study aid to all those wishing to perfect their knowledge of Italian verbs.

Whether used as a textbook supplement in a Italian-language course or as a self-study text for learning and review, this book will simplify the complexities of this crucial area of Italian-language studies.

Softcover Book, 168 pages

A great reference to Italian Verbs is:
501 Italian Verbs