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March 2, 2015
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Bonsai & Suiseki magazine – November/December 2010

THE FIRST OPEN-MAGAZINE from the world of Bonsai and Suiseki. The magazine is an informative, scientific and technical instrument open to all. Free and onlin…
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In this video you can sneak peak the first 30 pages of the book, as well as the mind maps that are included in the book (in black and white in the paperback …
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3 Responses

  1. Antonio Libertino

    I don’t know who you are (ref: to the voice here), but if you’re Italian
    the title of the 2nd or 3rd page should be (io) parlo italiano molto bene.
    Non si usa l’articolo determinativo con le lingue subito dopo qualsiasi
    forma del verbo .

  2. Italianoinitalia (Antonio Libertino)

    Thank you for asking! Here’s what I think! I’d start with these two: The
    secrets of the Italian language is a guide on how to learn Italian directly
    written in Italian (with english translation and Italian audio). Although
    written in real Italian, can be useful for beginners, because it gives you
    hints on methods and immerse yourself in the language. Speak Italian
    magically contains guided meditations in Italian and English which will
    help you learn the language in an indirect way.

  3. Raphael Casonatto

    Hi Antonio, I saw on amazon.com that you have 3 or 4 books that teach
    Italian. What of these 4 books that you recommend to learn Italian? What
    the differences in which one? Thanks!



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