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The graded readers by Alma Edizioni are widely known. The series is called "Italiano Facile" and currently divided into five levels. As far as I know the books are easily available at major online shops. Italiano Facile Bonacci also offers a few graded readers. Unfortunately I have not found a page where they are listed separately; at least you can find ...


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In addition to the graded readers listed in mondegreen dispenser's answer, the following should also be mentioned: The Italian publisher Black Cat Cideb has a number of Black Cat Graded Readers for Italian, namely for the levels A2, B1, B2 and C1. (At the time of writing, the only title for C1 is an adaptation of Manzoni's novel I Promessi Sposi.) These ...


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Here is a list of websites with Italian language teaching resources: The Italian Teaching Resources Website, a collaborative effort of Italian language teachers in the UK. Italian Teaching Resources by Cactus Worldwide Ltd. (UK). BBC: resources for the BBC Active Italian course. ILUSS (Florence, Italy): ree Italian Language Learning Resources (part of the ...


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As I've already explained in this answer, you can find here some series of graded readers, books with exercises and activities that also have audio CDs available to listen to the texts: Italiano facile series from Alma Edizioni (this has been already mentioned in another anwser). Primiracconti series from edizioni Edilingua. Imparare leggendo series from ...


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I've been a self learner of Italian for many years (and, in fact, I'm still learning Italian) and this is a grammar book that I found very useful for self study: Federica Colombo, Grammatica e pratica della lingua italiana per studenti stranieri (edizioni ELI, 2006). It covers levels from A2 to B1 (in principle, it doesn't cover B2, but I found it also ...


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Another interesting site where you can find some resources (basically exercises on different aspects of Italian language) is Adgblog from Accademia del Giglio in Florence. For instance, here you will find some materials to learn Italian with songs classified at 3 levels according to the European common framework of reference of language learning and teaching,...


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I enjoyed many of the readers from Black Cat Cideb, some from ALMA and in the Primiracconti series, as well as a number of the German Lernkrimis, but I now think the readers from Easy Readers are vastly superior. Highly recommended.


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