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A Study Guide to Fontamara by Ignazio Silone

A Study Guide to Fontamara by Ignazio Silone

This study guide is intended for both school and university students studying the Italian novel "Fontamara" by Ignazio Silone. It gives summaries and critical analysis in English of each chapter with precise references to the Italian text. There is also a short biography of the author.

By remonannetti

Italian Vocabulary Practice

Italian Vocabulary Practice

Italian Vocabulary Practice is a collection of 53 vocabulary sheets split into 20 broad topics. The vocabulary sheets present the key vocabulary for the topic as a Italian-English word and expression list which is further subdivided into specific areas within the topic. Each vocabulary sheet also has a corresponding practice sheet which enables students to test their knowledge of the vocabulary through a wide range of exercises and activities, as follows: • straight translation of vocabulary from Italian to English and vice versa; • finding the odd word or phrase in a sequence; • unjumbling words; • identifying words from Italian dictionary definitions; • separating "word snakes" into individual words and phrases; • indicating whether statements in Italian about words and phrases are true or false; • linking together split and jumbled words and phrases; • filling in missing vowels and consonants in words and phrases; • finding words in word searches; • solving crosswords; • identifying and fitting in words to a blank grid; • multiple choice translation; • linking together words and phrases which share a connection and then identifying the connection. Answer keys are provided for all exercises. The vocabulary topic areas covered are as follows: Unit 1: Clothes, Fashion & Footwear Unit 2: Colours & Shapes Unit 3: Communication & Mass Media Unit 4: Countries, Nationalities & Place Names Unit 5: Environmental Issues Unit 6: Family, Life Events & Relationships Unit 7: Food & Drink Unit 8: Health & Wellbeing Unit 9: Hobbies, Pastimes & Sports Unit 10: Holidays & Festivities Unit 11: House, Home & Daily Routine Unit 12: Physical & Character Description Unit 13: Politics & Social Issues Unit 14: School & Further Education Unit 15: Shops, Shopping & Services Unit 16: Town, City & Local Area Unit 17: Travel & Transport Unit 18: Weather & Seasons Unit 19: Weights & Measures Unit 20: Work & Commerce Please visit www.italiangrammar.com for more information and free sample pages to download.

By remonannetti

More Italian Grammar Practice

More Italian Grammar Practice

More Italian Grammar Practice is the companion set to Italian Grammar Practice, also available on TES. It is a collection of 45 worksheets, each of which deals with those points of Italian grammar not included in Italian Grammar Practice. Each worksheet deals with a different grammar point and contains a number of different practice exercises. Answer keys are provided. More Italian Grammar Practice assumes that students have already learned the particular grammar point they intend to practise and for this reason no explanations of the various grammar points are given. It is therefore recommended that students have to hand the particular Italian grammar or course book that they have been using for reference purposes. The grammar points covered are as follows: 1 Numbers A 2 Numbers B 3 Weather Expressions 4 Telling the Time 5 Temporal Expressions 6 Means of Transport 7 Shapes & Colours 8 Geographical Names, Nationalities & Languages 9 Avere Expressions 10 Frequency Expressions 11 Adverbs 12 Superlatives 13 Conditional Tense 14 Pluperfect Tense 15 Future Perfect Tense 16 Conditional Perfect Tense 17 Preterite Tense: Regular Verbs 18 Preterite Tense: Irregular Verbs A 19 Preterite Tense: Irregular Verbs B 20 Preterite Tense: Regular & Irregular Verbs 21 Present Subjunctive Tense A 22 Present Subjunctive Tense B 23 Present Subjunctive Tense C 24 Imperative (Formal) 25 Imperfect Subjunctive Tense A 26 Imperfect Subjunctive Tense B 27 Perfect Subjunctive Tense 28 Pluperfect Subjunctive Tense 29 Passive Voice 30 Impersonal Verbs 31 Dovere, Potere, Sapere, Volere: Special Uses 32 Fare Expressions 33 Causative Use of Fare 34 Gerunds 35 Stare & Gerund 36 Ci & Ne 37 Pronoun Combinations A 38 Pronoun Combinations B 39 Disjunctive Pronouns 40 Relative Pronouns 41 Pronouns & Infinitive 42 Prepositions: Special Uses A 43 Prepositions: Special Uses B 44 Prefixes 45 Suffixes Please visit www.italiangrammar.com for more information and free sample pages to download.

By remonannetti

Italian Grammar Practice

Italian Grammar Practice

Italian Grammar Practice is a collection of 45 worksheets which cover all the essential points of Italian grammar. Each worksheet deals with a different grammar point and contains a number of different practice exercises. Answer keys are provided. Italian Grammar Practice assumes that students have already learned the particular grammar point they intend to practise and for this reason no explanations of the various grammar points are given. It is therefore recommended that students have to hand the particular Italian grammar or course book that they have been using for reference purposes. The grammar points covered are as follows: 1 Present Tense: Regular –Are Verbs 2 Present Tense: Regular –Ere Verbs 3 Present Tense: Regular –Ire Verbs 4 Present Tense: Irregular Verbs A 5 Present Tense: Irregular Verbs B 6 Perfect Tense: Regular Avere Verbs 7 Perfect Tense: Irregular Avere Verbs 8 Perfect Tense: All Avere Verbs 9 Perfect Tense: Essere Verbs 10 Perfect Tense: Avere & Essere Verbs 11 Reflexive Verbs: Present Tense 12 Reflexive Verbs: Perfect Tense 13 Future Tense: Regular Verbs 14 Future Tense: Irregular Verbs 15 Future Tense: All Verbs 16 Imperfect Tense A 17 Imperfect Tense B 18 Imperfect Tense C 19 Perfect Tense / Imperfect Tense A 20 Perfect Tense / Imperfect Tense B 21 Adjectives A 22 Adjectives B 23 Adjectives C 24 Comparatives 25 Possessive Adjectives A 26 Possessive Adjectives B 27 Demonstrative Adjectives & Pronouns 28 Negative Expressions A 29 Negative Expressions B 30 Pronouns A 31 Pronouns B 32 Pronouns C 33 Pronouns D 34 Prepositions A 35 Prepositions B 36 Familiar Imperative 37 Interrogative Expressions 38 Verb & Infinitive A 39 Verb & Infinitive B 40 Verb & Infinitive C 41 Partitive 42 Quantities 43 Plurals 44 Positional Expressions 45 Piacere Please visit www.italiangrammar.com for more information and free sample pages to download.

By remonannetti

ITALIAN CULTURAL QUIZ IN ITALIAN

ITALIAN CULTURAL QUIZ IN ITALIAN

A general knowledge quiz on the culture of Italy in Italian. Topic areas include- art, history, geography and famous people 32 questions with answers + tiebreaker Suitable for Intermediate level or an A'level class

By wen20

ITALIAN VOCABULARY REFERENCE LIST - DAYS, MONTHS, SEASONS

ITALIAN VOCABULARY REFERENCE LIST - DAYS, MONTHS, SEASONS

PERFECT FOR SUPPORTING LEARNING IN YOUR CLASSROOM! Create an instant reference resource for students focusing on essential ITALIAN vocabulary. The lists work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well printed double-sided and laminated for small-group work in class. This resource includes days, months and seasons of the year. There are two alphabetical lists - one ITALIAN-ENGLISH, and one ENGLISH-ITALIAN, as I’ve found that students prefer to have both, particularly at the beginning of a particular topic or theme. These lists are a useful complementary resource to other reference resources in the series, but are a useful standalone resource too. BUON APPRENDIMENTO!

By LivelyLearning

ITALIAN VOCABULARY REFERENCE LIST - NUMBERS 0-100

ITALIAN VOCABULARY REFERENCE LIST - NUMBERS 0-100

PERFECT FOR SUPPORTING LEARNING IN YOUR CLASSROOM! Create an instant reference resource for students focusing on essential ITALIAN vocabulary. The lists work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well printed double-sided and laminated for small-group work in class. This resource includes numbers 0-100, and is a useful complementary resource to other reference resources in the series, but is a useful standalone resource too. BUON APPRENDIMENTO!

By LivelyLearning

ITALIAN LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES AND DISPLAY

ITALIAN LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES AND DISPLAY

Resources included are as follows: •PDF files for you to print. You could also use them on the IWB. Clothes flashcards – 3 sets of matching cards – Italian, English and pictures Appearance adjectives flashcards with English and Italian words Family matching cards – set of English word cards to match with a set of Italian word cards Toiletries flashcards – each has the English and Italian word with a picture Travel and weather word flashcards in A4 with Italian words and matching pictures Sports posters with A4 pictures and words in both languages House posters – one for each room in the house with words from that room in both languages Display border to edge wall display with Italian flag pattern

By hayleyhill

NEW ITALIAN GCSE EDEXCEL SPEC 2017

NEW ITALIAN GCSE EDEXCEL SPEC 2017

These 4 Powerpoint Presentations will illustrate clearly how to tackle the new Italian GCSE exams. It contains examples from the new Edexcel spec, strategies to do well and mark schemes. I hope you like them Please leave some feedback!

By MrFLB

Italian - Animale Domestici  (Pets) Bingo - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages

Italian - Animale Domestici (Pets) Bingo - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages

Complete lesson for teaching the names of Animale Domestici (Pets) in Italian. This is in the form of a bingo game. Students construct their own bingo card from the template and pictures provided and then the teacher draws the names and calls them out (in Italian) for students to mark them on their card. See also 'Italian Worksheet - Pets - animali domestici - Stage 4 - Mandatory Languages' by the same author.

By kellyocs