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    Italian Vocabulary and Grammar Guides

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At Languages Direct, we aim to provide you with a selection of carefully chosen products that make learning a foreign language both rewarding and fun!

We've got hundreds of carefully selected resources such as audio books, films, electronic dictionaries and translators, games, grammar and parallel-text books, as well as the very best selection of self-study language courses on the market; so with over 1,000 products to choose from there's bound to be something of interest to help you learn a language, or as a gift for a fellow linguist.

In addition, we're also exclusive agents for Bien-dire for intermediate to advanced speakers of French, Bien-dire Initial for beginner to intermediate learners of French, Punto y Coma for intermediate to advanced speakers of Spanish, and publishers, through Language Passport, of Tutto italiano, for intermediate to advanced speakers of Italian.

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  • New Bien-dire video

    Check out our new video that helps to explain the features and benefits of Bien-dire, the audio magazine from France for intermediate to advanced learners of French. (UK post)

  • How Language Problems Bedevil the Response to Crises

    ‘How language problems bedevil the response to crises’ from The Economist stresses that interpreters must quickly work out both linguistic and cultural differences.

  • The Mystery of People Who Speak Dozens of Languages

    In a world which often dismisses multilingualism, there’s hope yet! ‘The Mystery of People Who Speak Dozens of Languages’ from The New Yorker highlights the ‘thriving online community of ardent linguaphiles’.