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Collins Italian Dictionary Pocket edition: 60,000 translations in a portable format [Seventh edition]

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A modern Italian Dictionary offering excellent coverage of today's Italian language, culture and usage. Clear presentation and colour make it easy to use and its handy format and durability make it your ideal companion at home, school or on your travels.

Features include:

• All the latest words in both languages, such as downloadable, Wi-Fi in English, and faccina, riscrivibile in Italian

• Full GCSE coverage

• An in-depth and up-to-date supplement with information about Italy, its people and its language to help you take your learning to the next level

• Help with Italian verbs

• Clear, colour layout, useful examples, language and cultural notes

Designed to give travellers, business people and the general user alike all the information they need in a portable, hard-wearing format.

It includes all the latest words reflecting changes in modern lifestyle, as well as all the features you would expect from a Collins dictionary: an easy-to-read colour layout, special treatment of key words such as can, that, di, fare, notes about life in Italian-speaking countries and warnings on commonly confused words.

An in-depth and up-to-date supplement helps you to develop your knowledge of Italian and your confidence in the language, with a section on common translation difficulties to guide you. There is information on pronunciation and improving your fluency, as well as the words and phrases you will need in different situations, like sending an email or making a phone call. The supplement also gives you an insight into Italy, its people and other Italian-speaking countries.

Verb tables show all verb forms for the most common Italian verbs and give examples of how these are used.
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