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Italian grammar

Author: Joseph E Germano; Conrad J Schmitt
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education, [2014]
Series: Schaum's outline series
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th editionView all editions and formats
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With 480 solved exercises, this book offers: coverage of contemporary conversational Italian including expressions, slang, and idioms.

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Genre/Form: Problems and exercises
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph E Germano; Conrad J Schmitt
ISBN: 9780071823609 0071823603
OCLC Number: 904037063
Notes: "Schaum's outlines."
Includes online access to companion audio recording.
Previous edition: 2009.
Includes index.
Description: xiii, 356 pages : illustrations ; 218 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 The Pronunciation of Italian --
The Italian Alphabet and Its Sounds --
Phonemes (with IPA Symbols) --
Sounding out the Alphabet --
Vowels --
Single and double consonants --
Stress (accento tonico) and accent marks --
Diphthongs and triphthongs --
Hiatus --
Syllabication --
Punctuation and Orthographic Marks --
ch. 2 Nouns and Articles --
Nouns --
Nouns ending in -o and -a --
Plural forms --
Nouns ending in -e --
Nouns referring to human beings --
Nouns referring to things --
Feminine nouns --
Forming the plural --
Masculine nouns ending in -a --
Feminine nouns ending in -o --
Plural of nouns ending in -ca and -ga --
Plural of masculine nouns ending in -co and -go --
Plural of masculine nouns ending in -io --
Nouns with two plurals (feminine and masculine) and two meanings --
Masculine nouns with feminine plurals --
Plural of feminine nouns ending in -cia and -gia --
Plural of nouns ending in a stressed vowel. Contents note continued: Plural of monosyllabic nouns --
Irregular plural nouns --
Masculine and feminine endings of the same noun --
Foreign nouns --
Compound nouns --
Diminutives, augmentatives, and pejoratives --
The Definite Article --
With general and abstract nouns --
With titles --
With languages --
With continents, countries, islands, regions, and cities --
With nouns denoting family members preceded by possessive adjectives --
With days of the week --
With prepositions and contractions --
Articulated prepositions --
Feminine singular plural forms --
Masculine plural forms --
Feminine plural forms --
The Indefinite Article --
Special uses of the indefinite article --
The Partitive --
The partitive versus the definite article --
Exception to the rule for using the partitive --
After expressions of quantity with di --
ch. 3 Adjectives and Adverbs --
Adjectives Ending in -o --
Adjectives Ending in -e --
Adjectives of Nationality --
Adjectives Ending in -co, -ca, -go, -ga. Contents note continued: Adjectives Ending in -cio, -cia, -gio, -gia --
Irregular Adjectives of Color --
Adjectives with Shortened Forms --
Bello, Grande, Santo, Buono, and Nessuno --
Titles Ending in -e --
Formation of Nouns from Adjectives --
Possessive Adjectives --
With nouns denoting family members or relatives --
Demonstrative Adjectives --
Expressions Che! and Quanto! --
Formation of Adverbs --
ch. 4 Comparatives and Superlatives --
Comparatives --
Comparative of equality with adjectives --
Comparative of equality with nouns --
Comparative of inequality --
Relative Superlative of Adjectives --
Absolute Superlative of Adjectives and Adverbs --
Irregular Comparatives and Superlatives --
Irregular Comparatives and Superlatives of Adverbs --
ch. 5 Numbers, Dates, and Time --
Numbers --
Cardinal numbers --
Special use of Duecento, Trecento, etc --
Ordinal numbers --
Ordinal numbers with titles --
Fractions --
Dates --
Days of the week --
Months of the year. Contents note continued: Seasons of the year --
Time --
Colloquial time --
Official time --
ch. 6 Verbs --
Moods and Tenses --
Simple Tenses --
Formal versus familiar forms --
Subject pronouns --
Formal versus Familiar Forms --
Subject Pronouns --
Present Indicative Tense (Presente Indicativo) --
Regular first-conjugation verbs --
Verbs in -ciare, -glare, -chiare, -ghiare --
Verbs in -care and -gare --
Regular second-conjugation verbs --
Verbs ending in -cere --
Regular third-conjugation verbs --
Third-conjugation vote with -isc --
Irregular verbs --
Irregular verbs with -co --
Verbs with -go --
Verbs with -io --
Other verbs with a vowel change in the root --
Modal Verbs (Verbi Modali): Dovere, Potere, Volere --
Avere and Essere --
Special use of the Present Indicative and the Preposition da --
Imperfect Indicative Tense (Imperfetto Indicativo) --
Regular -are verbs --
Regular -ere verbs --
Regular -ire verbs --
Irregular verbs --
Trarre --
Essere. Contents note continued: Uses of the imperfect indicative tense --
Special use of the imperfect indicative with preposition da --
Preterite Tense (Passato Remoto) --
Regular -are verbs --
Regular -ere verbs --
Regular -ire verbs --
Irregular verbs in the preterite --
Avere and Essere --
Uses of the preterite --
Differences between preterite and imperfect indicative --
Two actions in one sentence --
Future Tense (Futuro) --
Regular -are verbs --
Regular -ere verbs --
Regular -ire verbs --
Irregular verbs --
Special uses of the future --
Conditional Tense (Condizionale) --
First-conjugation ( -are) verbs --
Second- and third-conjugation ( -ere and -ire) verbs --
Irregular verbs --
Present Perfect or Conversational Past Tense (Passato Prossimo) --
Regular past participles with avere --
Irregular past participles --
Passato prossimo of verbs conjugated with essere --
Past participles conjugated with essere --
Passato prossimo of modal verbs --
Passato prossimo of reflexive verbs. Contents note continued: Uses of the passato prossimo --
Differences between the passato prossimo and the imperfect indicative --
Uses of the present perfect (passato prossimo) and preterite (passato remoto) --
Pluperfect Indicative Tense (Trapassato Prossimo) --
Verbs using avere --
Verbs using essere --
Preterite Perfect Tense (Trapassato Remoto) --
Future Perfect Tense (Futuro Anteriore) --
Conditional Perfect Tense (Condizionale Passato) --
Subjunctive (Congiuntivo) --
Formation of the present subjunctive --
Regular verbs --
Irregular verbs --
Uses of the present subjunctive --
Present subjunctive in relative clauses --
Replacing the present subjunctive with an infinitive construction --
Present Perfect Subjunctive (Congiuntivo Passato) --
Imperfect Subjunctive (Congiuntivo Imperfetto) --
Formation of the imperfect subjunctive --
Uses of the imperfect subjunctive --
Pluperfect Subjunctive (Congiuntivo Trapassato) --
Se clauses --
Imperative (Imperativo) --
Formal commands. Contents note continued: Familiar commands --
First-person commands --
Gerund (Gerundio) --
Past gerund --
Progressive Tenses (Forma Durativa) --
Present progressive --
Imperfect progressive --
Future of probability --
Imperfect subjunctive --
Reflexive Verbs (Verbi Riflessivi) --
Compound tenses --
Reciprocal reflexive --
Reflexive versus non-reflexive --
Uses of the Infinitive (Infinito) --
The infinitive after prepositions --
The infinitive as a noun --
The infinitive as an indirect command --
The infinitive after lasciare, vedere, and sentire --
Fare in causative constructions --
Passive Voice (Voce Passiva) --
Passive voice with si --
ch. 7 Negative Words and Constructions --
Making a Sentence Negative --
Common Negative Expressions --
Negation of Compound Tenses --
Negative Infinitive Construction --
ch. 8 Interrogative Words and Constructions --
Forming Questions in Italian --
Interrogative Adverbs and Adverbial Expressions --
Interrogative Pronouns che, chi. Contents note continued: Interrogative Pronouns quale, quali --
Interrogative Adjectives quale ( -i), quanto ( -a, -i, -e) --
ch. 9 Pronouns (Pronomi) --
Subject Pronouns --
Singular forms --
Plural forms --
Use of omission of subject pronouns --
Direct Object Pronouns: lo (l'), la (l'), li, le --
Formal You: La, Li, Le --
Special use of the pronoun lo --
Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns: mi, ti, ci, vi --
Personal direct object pronouns in emphatic position --
Indirect Object Pronouns: gli, le, loro --
Formal Indirect Object Pronouns: Le, Loro --
Ci as an adverb of place --
Special meanings with ci --
The Pronoun ne --
Double object pronouns --
Position of object pronouns --
Special verbs with indirect objects --
Reflexive Pronouns --
Disjunctive Pronouns --
Disjunctive pronouns after comparatives --
Indefinite Adjectives and Pronouns --
Indefinite adjectives and pronouns in the singular --
Indefinite adjectives in the plural --
Possessive Pronouns --
Demonstrative Pronouns. Contents note continued: Questo and quello --
Relative Pronouns --
Che --
Cui --
Il quale, la quale, i quali, le quali --
Chi (colui che, colei che, coloro che) --
Quello che, quel che, cio che --
Special use of cui --
Ecco with Pronouns --
ch. 10 Prepositions (Preposizioni) --
A, in, da, di --
Definite articles with prepositions: contractions --
A and di before an infinitive --
Verbs followed directly by an infinitive --
ch. 11 Special Uses of Certain Verbs --
Expressions with avere --
Special Uses of dovere, potere, sapere, and volere --
Dovere --
Potere --
Sapere --
Volere --
Expressions with fare --
Giocare, suonare --
Pensare a, pensare di --
Servire, servirsi da, servirsi di --
Tornare, restituire, riportare --
Verb Charts.
Series Title: Schaum's outline series
Other Titles: Schaum's outlines
Schaum's outline of Italian grammar
Responsibility: Joseph E. Germano, Conrad J. Schmitt.

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