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URGENT! Need Italian Coursebook advice

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by devondumpling, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. I've used 'Contatti' and BBC materials. The university of Siena publishes some good supplementary materials (good Italian resources are hard to find), and can be obtained from the Italian Bookshop in London, who stock other great resources. Hope that's of help.
  2. Calverlan

    Calverlan New commenter

    Thanks guys, appreciate this and will look into both Contatti and Amici resources.
    If you do have any PDFs or anything you could email, that would be great too.
    I'll try to order soon. Many thanks, my ad is:

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