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Perfectionnement Italien

+ + 1 book + 4 audio CDs + Downloadable MP3 files
Federico Benedetti
Collection Perfect your skills
- (B1-B2) Intermediate > (C1) Proficiency
French Source language: FRENCH
Italian Studied language: ITALIAN

Superpack with download: A 576-page book with 70 lessons, 4 audio CDs and 1 MP3 audio download with 2,011 files lasting 4 hrs 35 min

€ 62,46

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Frequently Asked Questions

The superpack with download is a physical product containing a book and audio CDs, together with a delivery code that allows you to download the audio recordings in mp3 format from our website mypurchase.assimil.online.

You will not have access to your complete method, either the book or the recordings, until you have received your package.

(Note that the package does not give access to the e-course.)

Italian is a Romance language which is not overly difficult, although there are many subtleties, especially regarding conjugation and idiomatic expressions. This recently updated course will help you master Italian once and for all.

Available in this box set, the recordings include all the texts in Italian for each lesson and the translation exercises from the book. They have been recorded by professional native speakers. 

  • Idiomatic expressions and linguistic subtleties
  • Major additions to your vocabulary
  • A variety of texts

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