English Grammar for Students of Italian:
The Study Guide for Those Learning Italian
English Grammar for Students in Italian
- What's in a Word?
- What is a Noun?
- What is Meant by Gender?
- What is Meant by Number?
- What is an Article?
- Indefinite articles
- Definite articles
- What is the Possessive?
- What is a Verb?
- What is the Infinitive?
- What is an Auxiliary Verb?
- What is a Subject?
- What is a Pronoun?
- What is a Subject Pronoun?
- “It” and “They”
- What is a Verb Conjugation?
- Verb form
- Verb groups
- Memorizing conjugations
- Omitting the subject pronoun
- What are Affirmative and Negative Sentences?
- What are Declarative and Interrogative Sentences?
- What is Meant by Mood?
- What is Meant by Tense?
- What is the Present Tense?
- What are Some Equivalents of “To be”?
- What are the Progressive Tenses?
- Present vs. present progressive tense
- What is a Participle?
- Present participle
- Past participle
- What is a Past Tense?
- Present perfect (“passato prossimo”)
- Selection of the auxiliary “avere” or “essere”
- Agreement of the past participle
- Imperfect (“imperfetto”)
- Selecting the “passato prossimo” or the “imperfetto”
- What is the Past Perfect Tense?
- What is the Future Tense?
- Substitute for the future tense
- Future of probability
- What is the Future Perfect Tense?
- What is the Imperative?
- What is the Subjunctive?
- What is the Conditional?
- Present conditional
- Past conditional
- Sequence of tenses in hypothetical statements
- What is a Reflexive Verb?
- What is Meant by Active and Passive Voice?
- Avoiding the passive voice in Italian
- Changing an active sentence to a passive sentence
- What is an Adjective?
- What is a Descriptive Adjective?
- Nouns used as adjectives
- What is Meant by Comparison of Adjectives?
- Superlative: Relative and absolute superlative
- What is a Possessive Adjective?
- What is an Interrogative Adjective?
- What is a Demonstrative Adjective?
- What is an Adverb?
- Adverb or adjective?
- What is a Preposition?
- What is a Conjunction?
- What is an Object?
- Direct object
- Indirect object
- Sentences with a direct and indirect object
- Object of a preposition
- What is an Object Pronoun?
- Direct object pronouns
- Indirect object pronouns
- Object of preposition pronouns
- Stressed and unstressed pronouns
- What is an Interrogative Pronoun?
- “Who, whom”
- “Which one, which ones”
- “What is...? What are...?”
- “How much, how many”
- What is a Demonstrative Pronoun?
- “The one, the ones”
- What is a Possessive Pronoun?
- What is a Relative Pronoun?
- Construction of relative clauses
- Selection of relative pronouns
- Subject of the relative clause
- Direct object of the relative clause
- Indirect object or object of a preposition
of the relative clause
- Possessive modifier in the relative clause
- Relative pronouns without antecedents
- What are Positive and Negative Indefinites?
“The conceptual and visual presentation of the material is simple and clear. There are numerous diagrams and charts. Although grammar points are isolated for the sake of presentation, there are many cross-references to related terms, as well as a detailed index.” —Modern Language Journal