Grammar And Vocabulary For The Real World Per Le Scuole Superiori

Autore: Jon Hird
Editore:
ISBN: 9780194810296
Grandezza: 17,58 MB
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English File Third Edition Intermediate Workbook With Key

Autore: Christina Latham-Koenig
Editore: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780194519847
Grandezza: 52,96 MB
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Vista: 8691
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Using Italian Vocabulary

Autore: Marcel Danesi
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139437165
Grandezza: 24,27 MB
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Using Italian Vocabulary provides the student of Italian with an in-depth, structured approach to the learning of vocabulary. It can be used for intermediate and advanced undergraduate courses, or as a supplementary manual at all levels - including elementary level - to supplement the study of vocabulary. The book is made up of twenty units covering topics that range from clothing and jewellery, to politics and environmental issues, with each unit consisting of words and phrases that have been organized thematically and according to levels so as to facilitate their acquisition. The book will enable students to acquire a comprehensive control of both concrete and abstract vocabulary allowing them to carry out essential communicative and interactional tasks. • A practical topic-based textbook that can be inserted into all types of course syllabi • Provides exercises and activities for classroom and self-study • Answers are provided for a number of exercises

The Dialects Of Italy

Autore: Dr Martin Maiden
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1134834365
Grandezza: 65,46 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
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This book makes accessible the major structural features of the dialects of Italy and emphasises the importance of a detailed understanding of the dialects for issues in general linguistic theory. Selected contents include: * Phonology * Morphology * Syntax * Lexis * The Dialect Areas * Sociolinguistics of Dialects Contributors: Paola Benica; Gaetano Berruto; Guglielmo Cinque; Michela Cennamo; Patrizia Cordin; Thamas Cravens; Marie-Jose Dalbera Stefanaggi; Franco Fanciullo; Werner Forner; Luciano Giannelli; John Hajek; Hermann Haller; Robert Hastings; Michael Jones; Michele Loporcaro; Martin Maiden; Marco Mazzoleni; Zarko Miljacic; Mair Parry; Cecilia Poletto; Lorenzo Renzi; Lori Repetti; Giovanni Ruffino; Giampaolo Salvi; Glauco Sanga; Leonardo Savoia; Alberto Sobrero; Rosanna Sornicola; Tullio Telmon; John Trumper; Edward Tuttle; Alberto Valvaro; Laura Vanelli; Ugo Vignuzzi; Nigel Vincent; Irene Vogel.

English File

Autore: Clive Oxenden
Editore:
ISBN: 9780194558440
Grandezza: 30,16 MB
Formato: PDF
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English File Third Edition Pre Intermediate Student Book Uk

Autore: Oxford University Press
Editore: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780194598576
Grandezza: 34,25 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 5516
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Medieval Multilingualism

Autore: Christopher Kleinhenz
Editore: Brepols Pub
ISBN: 9782503528373
Grandezza: 12,30 MB
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This volume contains essays on various aspects of multilingualism in medieval France, Italy, England, and the Low Countries. The fifteen contributions discuss the use of the different vernaculars and Latin in both literary and non-literary contexts, showing how cultural and social factors determined the choice of language for a particular purpose or type of text. The role of French in non-French contexts is a major theme of these essays: in the British Isles after the Norman Conquest, in Italy as a response to the need for mainly secular types of literature which did not exist in Italian, and in the Low Countries by virtue of geographic contiguity and change of rulers. Special attention is paid in the French context to the use of French and Occitan in areas of the South. Some essays examine specific cases or text-corpora, while others examine questions of multilingualism from more theoretical, linguistic, and rhetorical points of view. Together, they form an invaluable introduction to the topic of medieval multilingualism, illustrated by meticulously executed case-studies, which future work in the area will have to take into account.

Medieval And Modern Greek

Autore: Robert Browning
Editore: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521299787
Grandezza: 40,23 MB
Formato: PDF
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Traces the history of the Greek language from the immediately postclassical or Hellenistic period to the present day. In particular, the historical roots of modern Greek internal bilingualism are traced. First published by Hutchinson in 1969, the work has been substantially revised and updated.