Tricky Italian concepts are no problem with practice, practice, practice
As you progress in your study of Italian, you may feel overwhelmed by unfamiliar areas, such as knowing when to use essere versus avere; determining the gender of a noun; avoiding "false friends"; or understanding the use of the subjunctive in subordinate clauses. Author and teacher Alessandra Visconti is familiar with this situation and, more important, knows how her students--and now you--can overcome it. In Practice Makes Perfect: Italian Problem Solver, Visconti shares her arsenal of strategies on how to overcome these obstacles to your Italian mastery.
Practice Makes Perfect: Italian Problem Solver helps you understand topics that students typically find difficult. You will develop your skills and confidence as an Italian speaker with:
Expert advice and guidance on overcoming common problems
Practical examples with high-frequency vocabulary that clarify each point
Highly varied and extensive exercises to practice what you've learned