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  16th chapter : Conjunctions
  16.1abstand2 Conjunctions - Introduction
  16.2 Conjunctions, which which establish a causal relationship between one event and an other
16.2 examples: part 1 | part 2
  16.2.1 Consequence and cause
  16.2.2 Conjunctions, which describe a consequence
  16.2.3 Consequence and comparison
  16.2.4 Ddal momento che
  16.3 intention: part 1 | part 2
  16.3.1 So, therefore
  16.4 Concessive conjunctions
  16.5 temporal conjunctions : part 1 | part 2
  16.5.1 Quando = when: part 1 | part 2
  16.5.2 Appena = as soon as
  16.5.3 Finché, fin quando = until, as long as: part 1 | part 2
  16.5.4 Prima que = before
  16.5.4.1 Prima que - introductory verb is in a past tense
  16.5.4.2 Prima che - if the main clause shares his subject with the subordinate clause
  16.5.5 Ora que = now, it is time
  16.6 Conditional conjunctions
  16.6.1 Qualora = in the case, whenever
  16.6.2 Laddove = in the case, whenever, wherever
  16.6.3 Casomai = in the case, perhaps
  16.6.4 Semmai = assumed, in case of
  16.6.5 In caso que = supposed, under condition that
  16.6.6 Purché = when, supposed
  16.6.7 Tranne que = except
  16.6.8 Senza que = without
     
  16.7 Other conjunctions
  16.7.1 Come = how
  16.7.2 Altrimenti = otherwise
  16.7.3 Addirittura = even if
  16.7.4 Communque = wie auch immer, jedoch, jedenfalls
  16.7.5 Dunque = therefore
  16.7.6 Eppure = anyhow
  16.7.7 Forse / maggari = perhaps
  16.7.7.1 Forse / magari with indicativo
  16.7.8 Oltre que = beside that
  16.7.9 Altrimenti = otherwise
  16.7.10 Oppure = or
  16.7.11 Poi = then
  16.7.12 Pure = actually
  16.7.13 Durante, mentre = while
     
  16.8 Exercise
  16.8.1 Exercise 1: Concessive and causal conjunctions
  16.8.2 Exercise 2: Consecutive and causal conjunctions
  16.8.3 Exercise 3: Position of the causal conjunctions
  16.8.4 Exercise 4: Consecutive conjunctions
  16.8.5 Exercise 5: dal momento che = due to, because
  16.8.6 Exercise 6: Conjunctions, which express an intention
  16.8.7 Exercise 7: Concessive conjunctions
  16.8.8 Exercise 8: Substitution with an infinitive construction with identical subject

 
  17th chapter : Adverbs
  17.1 What is an adverb?
  17.2 Formation of an adverb on the basis of an adjective part 1 | part 2 | part 3
  17.3 Adverbs based on nouns
  17.4 Adverb und prepositions
  17.5 Primary adverbs partl 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4 | part 5
  17.5.1 giù = down
  17.5.2 Su = on
  17.5.3 Laggiù = there
  17.5.4 Davanti = before
  17.5.5 dietro = behind
  17.5.6 Sopra = on
  17.5.7 Sotto / giú = below
  17.5.8 Dentro = inside
  17.5.9 Fuori = outside
     
  17.6 Exercise
  17.6.1 Exercise 1: Choose the correct prepositions
  17.6.2 Exercise 2: Choose the correct form
  17.6.3 Exercise 3: Choose the correct form

 
  18th chapter : Sequence of tenses
  18.1 Sequence of tenses - Introduction
  18.2 The sequence of tenses with verbs which requires the indicativo
  18.2.1 Sequence of tenses in Italian if the introductory verb is in a present tense
  18.2.2 Sequence of tenses in Italian if the introductory verb is in a past tense
part 1| part 2| part 3
  18.2.2 Examples
  18.2.2.1 The introductory verb is in pasato remoto
  18.3 The sequence of tenses with verbs which requires the indicativo
  18.4 Anteriority, simultanity, posteriority
  18.4.1 Sequence of tenses in combination with temporal conjunctions
     
  18.5.1 Exercise 1 and exercise 2: Sequence of tenses if the introductory verb is in a present tense
  18.5.3 Exercise 3: Sequence of tenses with conjunctions and relative clauses
  18.5.4 Exercise 4: Sequence of tenses in combination with prepositions
18.5.5 Exercise 5: Sequence of tenses with verbs, which requires the indicativo

 
  19th chapter : Numbers
19.1 numbers- Introduction
  19.2 Cardinal numbers part 1 | part 2
  19.3 Ordinal numbers
  19.3.1 Flexion of ordinal numbers
  19.3.2 Adjective use and use as a noun
  19.4 Fraction numbers
     
  19.5 Exercise
  19.5.1 Exercise 1: Translate these sentences (cardinal numbers)
  19.5.2 Exercise 2: Ordinal numbers
  19.5.3 Exercise 3: Fraction numbers

 
  20th chapter : Time and date
  20.1 Time and date
  20.1.1 Asking for the time
  20.1.2 Giving the time in combination with prepositions
  20.2 Giving the date
  20.2.1 Giving the date with years
  20.2.2 Giving the date with day of the week
  20.2.3 Giving the date which referes to decades and centuries
  20.2.4 Seasons
     
  20.3 Exercises
  20.3.1 Exercise 1: Asking for the time, giving the time
  20.3.2 Exercise 2: Asking for time part 1 | part 2
   
 

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