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BGSU - ITAL 1010 - Study Guide - Midterm

School: Bowling Green State University
Department: Italian
Course: Elementary Italian I
Professor: Mariella Zucchi-Bingman
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Numbers 0-100, Italian geography, classroom objects, conjugations, -are verbs, -ere verbs, -ire verbs, indefinite articles, pronunciations, bello, quello, etre, avere, telling time, and descriptive adjectives
Name: Elementary Italian ITAL 1010 Midterm Study Guide
Description: Numbers 0-100, Italian geography, classroom objects, conjugations, -are verbs, -ere verbs, -ire verbs, indefinite articles, pronunciations, bello, quello, etre, avere, telling time, descriptive adjectives
Uploaded: 10/16/2018
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background image ITAL 1010 Midterm Study Guide Numbers (0­100) 1­ Uno 11 – undici 21 – ventuno 40 ­ quarante 2­ Due  12 – dodici 22 – ventidue 50 ­ cinquanta 3­ Tre 13 – tredici 23 – ventitre 60 ­ sessanta 4­ Quattro 14 – quattordici 24 – ventiquattro 70 ­ settanta 5­ Cinque 15 – quindici 25 – venticinque 80 ­ ottanta 6­ Sei 16 – sedici 26 – ventisei 90 ­ novanta 7­ Sette 17 – diciasette 27 – ventisette 100 – cento  8­ Otto 18 – dicotto 28 ­ ventotto 9­ Nove  19 – diciannove  29 ­ ventinove 10­ Dieci 20 – venti 30 – trenta The Italian Peninsula Regione = Piemonte, Toscana, Venezia Capitale = Roma Capoluogo = Torino Il Piemonte Nord regione, capoluogo = Torino Alpine mountains, largest number of foreign immigrants in Italy, one of the most 
important centers of Italian economy
L’agricoltura – vite por vino  L’emilia Romagna Nord regione, capoluogo = Bologna Alpine mountains, riviera Gastronomia/cucina = tortellini, prosciutto Riviera Romagnola: il mare, il sole, caldo tempo
background image Pronuncia “C” ­ phonetic symbols [ts] and [k] Marche = [k] Piacere = [ts] Cultura All “romance” languages derive from Latin Dante Algheri is considered “il padre della lingua italiana” (the father of the Italian 
language)
o Wrote The Divine Comedy Each region in Italy is different in both culture and lingual dialect Italy became an independent nation in 1861­70 Stare = relating to health, emotion i.e. “Io e Julia stiamo bene.” (io) sto (noi) stiamo (tu) stai (voi) state (lui/lei) sta (loro) stanno Essere = to be i.e. “La studentessa è simpatica.”  (io) sono (noi) siamo (tu) sei (voi) siete (lui/lei) è (loro) sono

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School: Bowling Green State University
Department: Italian
Course: Elementary Italian I
Professor: Mariella Zucchi-Bingman
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Numbers 0-100, Italian geography, classroom objects, conjugations, -are verbs, -ere verbs, -ire verbs, indefinite articles, pronunciations, bello, quello, etre, avere, telling time, and descriptive adjectives
Name: Elementary Italian ITAL 1010 Midterm Study Guide
Description: Numbers 0-100, Italian geography, classroom objects, conjugations, -are verbs, -ere verbs, -ire verbs, indefinite articles, pronunciations, bello, quello, etre, avere, telling time, descriptive adjectives
Uploaded: 10/16/2018
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