Unlike English, adjectives in Italian are placed after the noun. Adjectives in Italian agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives that describe a feminine noun have a special form. Adjectives that describe a plural noun also have a special form.
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The world's most popular Italian language learning software for beginners, used every day by people all over the globe. It’s perfect for holidaymakers, business people, students and families. Anyone over 14 years of age will find the software beneficial for expanding listening, comprehension and verbal language skills. The software is designed so that users have fun while they learn.
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Product Name:Speak! Italian
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Speaking Italian will increase your career opportunities. Employers tend to prefer candidates who speak another language such as Italian. Globalization is shrinking the business world and those who know Italian will definitely have the edge.
Proficiency in Italian will improve your chances of being accepted to university. Knowing Italian is an asset if you're planning to study abroad.
Get by in Italian with these basic Italian words & phrases.
Pleased to meet you.
Piacere di conoscerla.
What are you doing ?
Che cosa sta facendo ?
What do you do ? (work).
Che lavoro fa ?
Do you speak English?
Lei parla l'inglese ?
Do you understand?
Italian is spoken by 55 million people in Italy, parts of Switzerland, the United States and Canada.
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