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This Italian language page is presented as an additional supplement for Linguistic Anthropology General Resources.


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BBC - Languages - Learn Italian __ Italian language information for beginners through tutors. - From BBC - 

Centro Studi Italiani TM __ "The first thing to bear in mind is that it is practically impossible to establish a general rule dictating the "exact" pronunciation of each single word. One reason is that in Italy pronunciation varies greatly from region to region, and educated speakers often disagree about the "correct" pronunciation of a word." Where do you think it goes from there? - From Centro Studi Italiani - 

English >> Italian __ When you are ready for a test of your knowledge of the Italian language, choose from one the hundred tests you can take. The tests all contain a link to the answers and are to be printed and completed offline. - From - 

Foreign Languages For Travelers - Italian __ Select Italian language from the index. Then learn basic words for numbers, dining out, traveling, shopping, and dictionaries too. - From - 


FunTrivia: Italian __ A collection of educational quizzes about the Italian language. - From - 
History of the Italian Language __ "Linguistically speaking, the Italian language is a member of the Romance group of the Italic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. It is spoken principally in the Italian peninsula, southern Switzerland, San Marino, Sicily, Corsica, northern Sardinia, and on the northeastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, as well as in North and South America." You will find an overview, click-to-read material and links. - from - 


The Italian Electronic Classroom! TM __ You will find a search for words, idiomatic expressions, grammar pronunciation, prepositions, specifying elements, pronouns, nouns, verbs and the list goes on. - From - 



Italian for Beginners __ You will find many resources for the beginner including lessons, exercises, study guides and more. - From - 

Italian Index __ Lessons in grammar and vocabulary. - From - 

Italian Language __ You will find a selection of articles about the Italian language, annotated links compiled by a subject specialist, a subject specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Covers topics such as grammar and lingual history, and provides access to language courses and translation services. - From - 

Italian language __ "The history of the Italian language is quite complex but the modern standard of the language was largely shaped by relatively recent events. The earliest surviving texts which can definitely be called Italian (as opposed to its predecessor Vulgar Latin) are legal formulae from the region of Benevento dating from A.D. 960-963. Italian was first formalized in the first years of the 14th century through the works of Dante Alighieri, who mixed southern Italian dialects, especially Sicilian, with his native Tuscan in his epic poems known collectively as the Commedia, to which Giovanni Boccaccio later affixed the title Divina. Dante's much-loved works were read throughout Italy and his written dialect became the "canonical standard" that others could all understand. Dante is still credited with standardizing the Italian language." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - from wikipedia -


Italian Language Guide __ Use the links on the left of the page to access wide ranging information about the Italian language. - From -  

Italian Tongue Twisters __ Fifty tongue twisters in Italian. An English translation is provided for each one. - From Michael Reck - 
Language Study Abroad Programs: Italian __ "Language Study Abroad Programs: Comprehensive directory of Italian language programs abroad" - From - 


Languages of Italy __ Comprehensive listing of languages spoken in Italy. - From -


Learn to Speak the Italian Language Online for Free __ Free Italian language lessons, resources and more. - From -  

Online English to Italian to English Dictionary __ Yep, that is what it is. - from - 

R-O-Matic Italian/English Dictionary __ English to Italian, or Italian to English. - From - 

Web Italian Lesson, by Lucio Chiappetti __ Lucio Chiappetti has created these three Italian lessons to help anyone learn basic Italian. - From Tyler Chambers, and Lucio Chiappetti - 



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