Made in Italia: Using Object Pronouns and Shopping
In This Chapter
♦ Stores and their wares
♦ Bejeweled and bedazzled—Italian style
♦ Clothing: colors, sizes, and materials
♦ Direct and indirect object pronouns
♦ Double object and disjunctive pronouns
The word Italian is synonymous with style, and whether you bring back hand-blown wine glasses from the famous Venetian island Murano, a Fendi bag from Milano, or an expressive cameo made in Florence, Italy is a place you definitely want to shop.
As you meander through the strade of Italia, you might find some liquirizia lozenges in a small tabaccheria, a silk scarf gently blowing in the wind at the mercato, or a hand-painted porcelain doll staring blankly in a vetrina. Whatever ...