Italian Resources / Risorse Italiane

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Italian Resources / Risorse Italiane

Postby Hannahanneke » 2011-09-09, 15:53

Ho cercato questo soggetto, ma non l'ho trovato in nessun posto del questo forum. Mi interessa sopratutto i blog e i siti dove si può lire delle piccole storie, dei articoli,... ma possiamo anche mettere lì tutti i siti per imparare la bellissima lingua italiana :D.

http://www.wordreference.com/conj/Itverbs.aspx
per coniugare dei verbi
http://www.italian-verbs.com/italian-ve ... o=inserire
italian verb conjugator
http://www.verbix.com/languages/italian.shtml
italian verb conjugator

http://www.locuta.com/classroom.html
italian classroom: grammatica, fonetica, articolo, preposizioni, pronomi, avverbi, poesia, dialetti, glossari,...
http://www.mmdtkw.org/ItalGram.html
free internet italian grammar
http://www.mauriziopistone.it/
lingua e lettura italiana

http://www.italica.rai.it/corso.php
corso elementare
http://cursus.italiaans.nu/particulier/ ... zicht.html
corso elementare - in neerlandese
http://educatie.ntr.nl/italiaans/1422019/home/
corso elementare - in neerlandese
http://www.oggi-domani.com/site/tableofcontent.htm
corso elementare - in inglese

http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/italian/
links: for beginners, introduction, phrase of the day,...
http://italian.about.com/
small articles about the italian language (in english)
http://www.scudit.net/mdindice.htm
materiali didattici d'italiano per stranieri
http://www.ielanguages.com/italian.html
basic phrases, vocabulary and grammar
http://www.generazione-internet.com/200 ... ternetcom/
links per trovare ebooks gratis

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Re: Italian Resources / Risorse Italiane

Postby TeneReef » 2011-09-09, 18:54

If you want to pronounce Italian correctly:

Dizionario d'ortografia e di pronunzia (DOP)
http://www.dizionario.rai.it/


Dizionario di pronuncia italiana (by L. Canepari)
http://venus.unive.it/canipa/pdf/DiPI_3_A-Z.pdf
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Re: Italian resources / Risorse italiane

Postby MillMaths » 2011-09-09, 18:58

La fonetica della lingua italiana non è difficile da imparare. :)

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Re: Italian Resources / Risorse Italiane

Postby TeneReef » 2011-09-09, 23:58

Questo [quésto] lo dici tu :)

In Standard Italian:

venti ['vɛnti] ''winds''
venti ['venti] ''twenty''

corso ['kɔɾso] ''Corsican''
corso ['koɾso] ''course''

Unless you're opting for a Torinese or Pugliese accents (which are like Italian versions of Souse and Cockney), most Italian accents have 7 stressed vowels (although their distribution may not always correspond to the Standard Italian pronunciation, based on the Tuscan variant, but Spanish-styled 5 vowel pronunciation of Italian more often than not means: accented Italian: It's like pronouncing both and bought the same, common in Indian English :mrgreen: )

even in Milan

if you pronounced
morto ['moɾto ] instead of ['mɔɾto ]
Roma ['rɔma] instead of ['roma ]
diverso [di'veɾso] instead of [di'vɛɾso]
your accent would sound strange to the locals


I think you should learn the standard pronunciation first, and after that,
you can venture into the rich world of dialects.

Tutto chiaro? :P
Se la pronuncia d'italiano fosse così facile , non ci sarebbero tanti córsi di dizione. :)

http://forum.corriere.it/scioglilingua/ ... 45168.html
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Re: Italian Resources / Risorse Italiane

Postby Michael » 2011-09-14, 22:50

TeneReef wrote:venti ['vɛnti] ''winds''
venti ['venti] ''twenty''

corso ['kɔɾso] ''Corsican''
corso ['koɾso] ''course''
Hai ragione. Tanti studenti della lingua italiana non si accorgono di questa peculiarità a prima vista. (Bé io sono semi-studente ma già ho la formazione basica da dialetto abruzzese.)
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