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,
Italian Language Jargon : Corso di traduzione specialistica : elementi teorici, metodologici e applicativi della traduzione in tedesco di testi in ambito turistico / Emmanuela E. Meiwes.; Meiwes, Emmanuela E.,
Italian Language Self Instruction Early Works To 1800 : The Italian tutor or a new and most compleat Italian grammer : Containing above others a most compendious way to learne the verbs, and rules of syntax. To which is annexed a display of the monasillable particles of the language, by way of alphabet. As also, certaine dialogues made up of Italianismes or neicities of the language, with the English to them. Studied and compiled with much time and labour, and now published for the speede and ease of such as desire to attaine the perfection of the said language; with an alphabet of primative and originall Italian words, underiveable from the Latin. By Gio. Torriano, an Italian and professor of the same within the city of London.; Torriano, Giovanni.
Italian Language Terms And Phrases : The true idioma of the Italian tongue : wherein is contained many choice sentences and dialogues in Italian and English : also delightful dialects and apophthegms taken out of a famous author : and other necessary things mentioned in the table ... / published by P.P., an Italian, and teacher of the Italian tongue ...; Paravicino, Pietro.
Italian Language Textbooks For Foreign Speakers Early Works To 1800 : The Italian reviv'd, or, The introduction to the Italian tongue : containing such grounds as are most immediately useful and necessary for the speedy and easie attaining of the same : as also a new store-house of proper and choice dialogues, most useful for such as desire the speaking part, and intend to travel into Italy, or the Levant : together with the modern way of addressing letters, and stiling of persons, as well in actual discourse as in writing : with alterations and additions / by Gio. Torriano ...; Torriano, Giovanni.