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Yo Hablo Italiano by Patrizia Faggion

Yo Hablo Italiano

by Patrizia Faggion

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Very good book for a Spanish speaker to increase and learn more vocabulary in Italian. It is very thorough, for example, under fish it has 34 types of shell fish and fish listed. Many I didn't even know many myself as a University Spanish student with a degree. Even in English, I recognize them as fish types but don't actually know all them either.

anchoa, anguila, langosta, arenque, astaco, bacalao, lubina, calamares, vieiras, mejillones, denton, pescado frito, quisquillas, gambas, langostinos, cangrejo, merluza, pescadilla, gallo, ostras, besugo, mero, perca, rape, pez espada, pulpo, raya, rodaballo, salmon, sardina, cigalas, sepia, caballa, lenguado, atun, salmonete, trucha, almejas

It helped me switch over my Spanish vocabulary to Italian as they are very similar.
  tivonut | Jul 25, 2013 |
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