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 11th chapter : Conditional and future
11
Conditional
  11.1 Formation of the condizionale
  11.1 Formation of the condizionale II
  11.2 Formation of the condizionale
  11.2.1 Use of the condizionale in if-clauses
  11.2.2 Use of the condizionale of modal verbs
     
  11.3 Future
  11.3.1 Formation of the future I
  11.3.1 Formation of the future I (b)
  11.3.2 Formation of the future II
  11.3.3 Use of the futur I
  11.3.4 Use of the futur II
     
  11.4.1 Exercise 1: Conjugate these verbs in the condizionale I
  11.4.2 Exercise 2: Conjugate these verbs in the condizionale II
  11.4.3 Exercise 3: Choose the right verb form
  11.4.4 Exercise 4: Translate these sentences
  11.4.5 Exercise 5: Select the right conjunction
  11.4.6 Exercise 6: Futur or doubt?

 
 12th chapter : Passive voice
12 Passive voice
  12.1 Passive voice of state and passive voice of process
  12.2 Formation of the passive voice
  12.3 Il si pasivante and il si impersonale
  12.3.1 Particularities of the si impersonal
  12.3.2 Formation of the passive voice with andare
  13.3.3 Particularities if the reflexive pronoun si is followed by the the si of the si impersonale
     
  12.4.1 Exercise 1: Form the present and the imperfetto of these verbs in passive voice with essere
  12.4.2 Exercise 2: Form the presente and the imperfetto of the passive voice with venire
  12.4.3 Exercise 3: Description of a state or a process ?
  12.4.4 Exercise 4: Select whether essere or venire is to be used
  12.4.5 Exercise 5: Convert these sentences in passive voice into a sentence with si passivante
  12.4.6 Exercise 6: Decide whether it is a si passivante or a si impersonale
  12.4.7 Exercise 7:Translate these sentences with a si passivante or a si impersonale
  12.4.8 Exercise 8: The si impersonale in compound tenses. Translate these sentences.
  12.4.9 Exercise 9: The si passivante in compound tenses
  12.4.10 Exercise 10: The si impersonale and the si passivante with reflexive verbs
  12.4.11 Exercise 11: The si impersonale with direct object in the compound tenses
  12.4.12 Exercise 12: Flexion of the past participle

 

 13th chapter : Infinite verb forms
  13 Introduction- infinite verb forms
  13.1 The gerund in Italian
  13.2 The formation of the gerundio 1
  13.2 The formation of the gerundio 2
  13.3 Gerundio to substitute a subordinate clause
  13.3.1 Gerundio with own subject
  13.3.2 Substitution of the gerundio with the participio passato or infinito passato
  13.3.3 Gerundio as a substitut for a subordinate clause and an adverbial adjunct 1
  13.3.3 Gerundio as a substitut for a subordinate clause and an adverbial adjunct 2
  13.3.3 Gerundio as a substitut for a subordinate clause and an adverbial adjunct 3
  13.3.4 Stare + Gerundio
  13.3.4.1 Formation of stare + gerundio
  13.3.5 Participio presente
  13.3.5 Examples for the participio presente
  13.3.5.1 Substitutions for the gerund / present participle
     
  13.4 Construction with the infinitiv
  13.4 Construction with the infinitive - examples
  13.4.1 Infinitiv after other verbs
  13.4.2 Verbs which add an infinitiv with di - 1
  13.4.2 Verbs which add an infinitiv with di - 2
  13.4.2 Verbs which add an infinitiv with di - 3
  13.4.2 Verbs which add an infinitiv with di - 4
  13.4.2 Verbs which add an infinitiv with di - 5
  13.4.2 Verbs which add an infinitiv with di - 6
  13.4.3 Verbs which add an infinitiv with di - 7
  13.4.3 Verbs which add an infinitiv with a - 1
  13.4.3 Verbs which add an infinitiv with a - 2
  13.4.3 Verbs which add an infinitiv with a - 3
  13.4.3 Verbs which add an infinitiv with a - 4
  13.4.3 Verbs which add an infinitiv with a - 5
  13.4.4 Verbs which add an infinitiv with da
  13.4.5 Add an infinitiv to a noun
  13.4.6 To add an adjective to an infinitive: part 1 | part 2
  13.4.7 Infinitive to substitute a subordinate clause: part 1 | part 2
     
  13.5 Participio passato part 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4
     
    Exercises
  13.6.1 Exercise 1: Adjective or adverbial adjunct / substitution with gerund possible?
  13.6.2 Exercise 2: Translation with a relative clause or with a gerundio?
  13.6.3 Exercise 3: Substitution of subordinate clauses
  13.6.4 Exercise 4: The construction stare + gerundio
  13.6.5 Exercise 5: Conjugate the construction stare + gerundio
  13.6.6 Exercise 6: Select in the following sentences the correct construction of stare + gerundio
  13.6.7 Exercise 7: present participle / Italian gerundio
  13.6.8 Exercise 8: anteriority and posteriority with the gerund
  13.6.9 Exercise 9: Present participle, Italian gerundio
  13.6.10 Exercise 10: gerundio in passive and active voice
  13.6.11 Exercise 11: gerundio is never a noun
  13.6.12 Exercise 12: If a concessive clause is substituted with a gerundio the conjunction pur must be                   used
  13.6.13 Exercise 13: causal clause, modal clause, temporal clause, conditional clause
  13.6.14 Exercise 14: Same subject / different subject
  13.6.15 Exercise 15: Gerundio with own subject
  13.6.16 Exercise 16: The infinitive
  13.6.17 Exercise 17: infinitive in passive / active voice, anteriority and posteriority
  13.6.18 Exercise 18: Participio passato


 14th chapter : Interrogative sentences
14.1 interrogative sentences - Introduction
  14.2 Interrogative pronouns: Che and chi, che and quale part 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4 | part 5
  14.3 interrogative adverbs part 1 | part 2 | part 3
  14.4 Yes / No - questions
     
  14.5 Exercises
  14.5.1 Exercise 1: Che and chi
  14.5.2 Exercise 2: declaration sentence and questions
  14.5.3 Exercise 3: Che and quale used as nouns
  14.5.4 Exercise 4: Che and quale used as nouns
  14.5.5 Exercise 5: Che and quale used as adjectives
  14.5.6 Exercise 6: quale / qual' / quali
  14.5.7 Exercise 7: dove / di dove / da dove
  14.5.8 Exercise 8: Asking for a noun and for an idea
  14.5.9 Exercise 9: Quanto / quanta / quanti / quante
  14.5.10 Exercise 10: interrogative adverbs

 
 15th chapter : Prepositions
  15.1 Prepositions - introductions
  15.2 Combination of preposition and article
  15.3.1 Italian prepositions (preposition a) part 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4 | part 5 |
  15.3.2 Preposition da - 1
  15.3.2 Preposition da - 2
  15.3.3 Preposition di - 1
  15.3.3 Preposition di - 2
  13.3.4 Preposition dopo -1
  15.3.4 Preposition dopo - 2
  15.3.5 Preposition durante
  15.3.6 Preposition entre
  15.3.7 Preposition con
  15.3.8 Preposition contro
  15.3.9 Preposition davanti a
  15.3.10 Preposition in - 1
  15.3.10 Preposition in - 2
  15.3.11 Prepositions tranne, fuorche, eccetto
  15.3.12 Prepositions malgrado / nonostante
  15.3.13 Preposition oltre
  15.3.14 Preposition per part 1 | part 2
     
  15.4.1 Exercise 1: Su / in / di / da / a + definite article. part 1 | part 2
  15.4.2 Exercise 2: Preposition a to denominate the residence
  15.4.3 Exercise 3: Di / da
  15.4.4 Exercise 4: Un poco di / qualcosa di
  15.4.5 Exercise 5: Dopo as a preposition, conjunction or pronominal adverb
  15.4.6 Exercise 6: Durante and mentre
  15.4.7 Exercise 7: Entro / in / tra-fra
  15.4.8 Exercise 8: Oltre as preposition, conjunction and adverb


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