Un livre seul. Cette édition est la toute nouvelle édition de la méthode légendaire de Clément Desessard, revue et corrigée, mais également augmentée de. : Assimil book Il Latino Senza Sforzo ; Latin for italian speakers ( Italian Edition) () by Assimil and a great selection of similar New, . lo so leggere un libro in Latino sarebbe secondo me molto difficile, . Of course, Assimil actually has (or used to have) a Latin course in their range.

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Have you heard the recordings? The book is a softback rather than the hardbacks that I’m more used to from my Assimil-Deutschland editions – but it’s perfectly okay. What Assimil Italia really needs is “Il Perfezionamento dell’italiano” visto che la serie “perfezionamente” esiste per le altre lingue. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Living authors should be encouraged!

It would seem they didn’t get it proof-read at all before printing. This is great, especially if Prof. Most average customers would go for the newer editions, of course. See all free Kindle reading apps. Ah, those Germans have a way with words! Odiernod, un corso Assimil di perfezionamento in Italiano c’e’ – ma purtroppo viene offerto solomente da Assimil-France e Assimil-Deutschland – allora si deve essere in grado di leggere francese o tedesco per capire l’insegnimento.

I think this is taken from the beginning of the Adler book. Berard will write more.

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To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. As they are now for sale, perhaps there are samples to be found. Oh boy, what I am getting into here? Mike That is very interesting news.

One note of caution Ernie: Personally I prefer the sound of ecclesiastical, but most people who record and upload Latin audio seem to prefer classical Most books contain around lessons, with the active phase starting on Lesson I have only recorded lessons for LingQ using the ecclesiastical pronunciation because it’s the only one I master.

You MUST have the recordings and book to sign up with them. Further to Mike’s last assimik, the edition I got is a fairly recent issue I believe it’s late – I don’t have it in my hand right now and, yes, it is definitely an adaptation of the s Desessard edition.

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They used to be part of a blog, I think. Come si dice questo?

Hope you find something that suits you. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Page 1 of 1.

I would say that there is a fairly strong Italian “twang” to both of them – but Asaimil that is no bad thing at all. Latinp may be slower quite possibly it may not bebut you’ve got to love that supersaver shipping.

It was printed few years ago patino they recently added the recordings, where both classical and ecclesiastical pronunciations are used. I don’t see an Italian translation of the new Ducos-Filippi version mentioned on the French Assimil site.

And there is also this, http: I just purchased a copy from Amazon: Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. I have a copy of the old Assimil Rus. I heard today that there is a nutty? Yes, I bought that course in May to see if I can further expand my vocabulary, and I like it, even if I haven’t listened to the recordings so far.


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Would you like to tell us latno a lower price? With Ease series, which teach basic rules of grammar and a vocabulary of words; Perfectionnement series, which teaches more advanced idiosyncrasies and idioms of the target language; Business series, which focuses on vocabulary related to international business; Idioms series, which teaches common idioms. I’ll keep it in mind. I’ve never tried any of these toutapprendre courses, so I can’t say anything about their quality. It surprised me to see this.

I’d say learn the classical pronunciation, no question; I bet Michele would say learn ecclesiastical, for sure. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Odiermod, this is rather a long shot, but there is this online: There are amateur audio recordings available for it as well: Notice that a link to online material was added to the 2nd-to-last paragraph of that post, which was left out, originally.

To enable JavaScript, see your Web browser’s Help section. Tiburtii Dextri Memorabilia in the penultimate paragraph, which I’d left out. From what I’ve heard, Italians usually have a very nice classical pronunciation, so either set of recordings will probably sound excellent.