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Practice Makes Perfect: Complete Italian Grammar by Marcel Danesi, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. What follows is an attempt to set out the rules of grammar for the structures training may feel a little insecure in their knowledge of basic Italian grammar. The Complete Italian Master by Signór Peneróni was written for a few crowns by suitable grammar has been far less felt than in other places, from the singular.

As said at the end of paragraph 2. This concept will be discussed again at the end of this paragraph. For the time being, try to memorize this important noun with a fully irregular gender: mano feminine despite the Curiously, a few English words of Latin origin still have similar inflections i.

Also in this case, some English feminine nouns have kept the Latin root. They indicate human activities.

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But in the plural form, they behave according to the standard inflections see previous paragraph 2. Most of these inflections are typically of Greek origin. Their plurals are regular schemi, programmi, stemmi, etc. Also when the fruit's name ends with e, masculine and feminine could be told only by the article which will be the subject of the following paragraph or by an adjective.

In these cases, the above-said pattern may not be followed, and the form albero di But such details are not really important at this stage, so don't worry about them now.

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Simply, be aware of the importance of masculine and feminine gender in Italian nouns. Some others, though, are perfectly translatable; in these cases, the use of foreign terms is considered rather snobbish, also because in Italy the knowledge of foreign languages is still far from a good standard. Furthermore, people who like showing themselves by using foreign words are very likely to pronounce them incorrectly, or to misspell them; on the other end, when foreign words are pronounced correctly, they might even be not understood at all, a funny paradox.

Therefore, if a foreign word has an Italian equivalent, it is advisable to use the latter.

Nevertheless, many international terms of common use would never create a problem. This is how gender works in these cases.

A few examples: CD compact disk basically relates to the concept of music record in Italian: disco, masculine , so this noun, either short form or full-length form, is considered masculine, and obviously floppy disk, hard disk, etc.

Some people prefer to use the foreign plurals due ouvertures, quattro e-mails, etc. In official texts, their full spelling is preferred, although their short form is sometimes used for compounds, like fotoamatore amateur photographer , etc.

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Obviously only the short version has one inflection, while the full-length noun has ordinary singular and plural forms fotografia sing.

These are a few common ones: tesi feminine both thesis and theses; ipotesi feminine both hypothesis or hypotheses and; paralisi feminine both paralysis and paralyses; osmosi feminine osmosis normally used in singular form, though the Italian plural is the same ; catarsi feminine catharsis same as above for plural. As you see, also English uses the Greek root, and forms a plural by only changing the penultimate vowel i into e.

Other nouns with one single inflection are very few, and should be considered exceptions, therefore they cannot be classified. In Italian, though, articles need to match the noun they relate to, both by gender and by number: for example, translating the lady and the man different articles have to be used la donna and l'uomo , as well as for the cat and the cats il gatto and i gatti. Furthermore, Italian language uses articles more often than English: general nouns and numerals sometimes require them, whereas in English they are usually omitted "he prefers wine to beer" in Italian would be translated "he prefers the wine to the beer" ; in the same way, "I was born in the " sounds queer in English.

Finally, Italian articles also have to match phonetically the word coming next, to produce a more fluent sound, and they do this by modifying their basic inflection But don't panic! Mastering these articles is a much easier task than it might seem from this description, and once you become familiar with the sound of Italian language more than with the actual rules , your ears will help you more than your memory.

I would not ask Mr.

Cop for some directions but in talking to the taxi driver I would note the presence of the ghisa in the intersection ahead. September 3, Berto 58 Surely, but I was not speaking about taxi drivers, I was saying that certain mentioned terms must be used where they can be used, that is not everywhere.

By the way "ghisa" is cast iron, which is the grey,foggy colour Milan is famous for its fog of their uniforms September 3, Rafforza Yeah, very good point.

Ghisa, celerino, and pizzardone are all R1 - only used in very informal situations.

For the formal "R3" they list only "polizia" and "pubblicca sicurezza". Even "poliziotto" and "guardia" fall short of R3 according to the authors.

September 3, Berto 58 Let me go deeper on what I said. I can not imagine who can say that. I wonder which kind of people the authors are using to meet: dockers? Whorehouse regular customers? Personally, when I hear these terms I say simply that I don't use them and I am not a monk and I invite my interlocutor to do the same.

Normally, he apologises. The "Pubblica one "c" Sicurezza" is one of the components of the "forze di polizia" Polizia di Stato, Carabinieri, Guardia di Finanza, Polizia penitenziaria, etc.

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September 4, Rafforza Grazie Berto, I appreicate the insights. I agree, it seems the goal of the authors is not just to outline grammatically prescribed constructions but to almost make an anthropological linguistic survey of how the language is used as a whole across the country.Obviously only the short version has one inflection, while the full-length noun has ordinary singular and plural forms fotografia sing.

In Italian, though, articles need to match the noun they relate to, both by gender and by number: for example, translating the lady and the man different articles have to be used la donna and l'uomo , as well as for the cat and the cats il gatto and i gatti. Summarizing these irregular adjectives for an easier memorization: in brackets are less usual forms, or forms which do not exist for all nouns following noun masculine feminine masculine starts with Finally, Italian articles also have to match phonetically the word coming next, to produce a more fluent sound, and they do this by modifying their basic inflection Rating details.

The shortened form grand' with an apostrophe also exists, but only in a limited number of cases.

Anyway, it's not really important to master this concept now; simply, be aware that adjectives may either follow the noun, or may be used before it with a less emphasized meaning. Sentences Interrogative sentences Question words Negative sentences Objects Conjunctions and relative pronouns The ordinal numbers Numerical expressions Dates

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