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Review By Tom G. Stevens PhD
Easiest Italian is just what the title says —- the easiest way to suddenly learn a lot of words that are helpful when traveling.
I have previously taken foreign languages and used phrase books and dictionaries, and this book was definitely the quickest way to learn a lot of words.
I have traveled extensively and noticed that I could understand many words similar to English equivalents.
This book increased my ability and self-confidence enough so that I found myself understanding a surprising number of signs, newspaper headlines, and statements by native speakers.
The Easiest books teach you how to recognize which of these words are similar to their English equivalents and which are totally misleading.
Even if you already have a phrase book, the Easiest language books will be a valuable addition.
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