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What do you need to learn a new language?Words. There is no language without words. But which words? Language Passport contains a selection of 600 important high frequency words for everyday communication, subdivided into 17 logical word groups. PhrasesKeep it short and simple. Make short sentences. Say, good morning (buongiorno), come in! (avanti!), my name is (il mio nome ), cheers! (salute!/cin cin!), goodbye (arrivederci/ciao) etc. Language Passport contains a selection of useful phrases for meeting people and for travelling.VerbsThe verb structure of Italian is not very easy. On this app you will find a brief summary of the Italian verb system and some important frequently used irregular verbs, such as: essere (to be), avere (to have), andare (to go), fare (to do/make), volere (to want) etc.PronunciationHow do you pronounce the Italian words and phrases correctly? Tap on the word or phrase you want to hear and listen to the easy-to-follow, professional-quality native speaker from Italy and repeat after him.Broaden your horizon and make your first step over the Italian language barrier with Language Passport! Contents: 1. Essential meeting people phrases 2. Essential travelling phrases 3. 30 build your ownphrases 4. Vacation words 5. The world, the sun, the moon, etc 6. Transport and travelling 7. Animals, plant, tree, flowers etc. 8. In and around the house 9. Good, better, best, positive things 10. The body and clothes 11. Bad, worse, worst, negative things 12. Communication, to talk, to listen etc. 13. Food and drinks 14. Money 15. The family 16. The time, days of the week etc. 17. Who? What? Where? 18. Numbers 19. Adjectives and colors 20. Prepostitions and location 21. Verbsystem regular verbs 22. Important irregular verbs