Excerpt from Hugo's Italian Simplified: Complete; Consisting of I. A Simple but Complete Grammar; II. Italian Reading Made Easy; III. Italian Conversation Simplified; IV. A Key to the Exercises in the Grammar
Among other improvements, copious exercises on the Subjunctive Mood... have been added; and'the Polite Form has been introduced much earlier in the course than was the case with the original edition. Throughout the Key, this form of address is given side by side with the ordinary Second Person Plural, it being essential that students should be come thoroughly familiar with both.
The pronunciation of every new word is given in the early lessons; but as every Italian word is pronounced ao cording to the few simple rules given on pages 5 to 9, the student can hardly give the wrong sound to any letter or combination of letters, after a week or two's practice.
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