Italian Language Conversation And Phrase Books : The eloquent master of languages, : that is a short but fundamental direction to the four principal languages, to witt : French, Italien, English, and High-Dutch. Which are so placed together, that every one may see the difference in each, & so easily learn both to read, pronounce, & understand them without much trouble. : To which are added the Rodomontades, of the invincible Spanish Captain Rodomond. = Der fertige Sprach=Meister : oder kurke doch grundliche Unleitung zu machsolgenden 4 Haupt=Sprachen ...
Italian Language Dialects Early Works To 1800 : New and easie directions for attaining the Thuscan Italian tongue : Comprehended in necessary rules of pronunciation, rules of accenting, by way of alphabet: With a nomenclator, or little dictionarie. Set forth for the especiall use of such as are desirous to bee proficients in the said language. By Gio. Torriano, an Italian, and professour of the same within the city of London.; Torriano, Giovanni.
Italian Language Dictionaries Polyglot : Lexicon tetraglotton : an English-French-Italian-Spanish dictionary : whereunto is adjoined a large nomenclature of the proper terms (in all the four) belonging to several arts and sciences, to recreations, to professions both liberal and mechanick, &c. ... : with another volume of the choicest proverbs in all the said toungs ... and the English translated into the other three ... : moreover, there are sundry familiar letters and verses running all in proverbs with a particular tome of the British or old Cambrian sayed sawes and adages ... : lastly, there are five centuries of new sayings ... / by the labours and lucubrations of James Hovvell, Esq.; Howell, James,
Italian Language Early Modern 1500 1700 : Who the devil taught thee so much Italian? : Italian language learning and literary imitation in early modern England / Jason Lawrence.; Lawrence, Jason,
Italian Language Early Works To 1800 : Vocabolario Italiano & Inglese: = A dictionary, Italian & English. First compiled by John Florio: and augmented by himself, with many thousand words, and Thuscan phrases: diligently revised, and compared with La Crusca, and other approved dictionaries, extant since his death; and enriched with very considerable additions. Whereunto is added, A dictionary, English and Italian; with several proverbs and instructions for speedy attaining the Italian tongue. By Gio. Torriano, an Italian; some time Professor of the Italian tongue in London. Now reprinted, revised and corrected, by J.D. M.D.; Florio, John,
Italian Language England : Who the devil taught thee so much Italian? : Italian language learning and literary imitation in early modern England / Jason Lawrence.; Lawrence, Jason,
Italian Language Grammar 1500 1799 Early Works To 1800 : Principal rules of the Italian grammer : with a dictionarie for the better vnderstandynge of Boccace, Petrarcha, and Dante: gathered into this tongue by William Thomas: newly corrected and imprinted.; Thomas, William,