Intensive Bulgarian: a textbook and reference grammar, Volume 1
University of Wisconsin Press, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 394 pages
This is the first comprehensive textbook teaching English-speakers to read, write, and speak contemporary Bulgarian. The text is designed to be adaptable for students of varying skill levels and can be taught at a gradual or intensive pace. It is also a much-needed reference grammar of Bulgarian, incorporating the latest research and theories on Bulgarian grammar in accessible layman's language.
Together, Volumes 1 and 2 of "Intensive Bulgarian" provide all the materials necessary for teachers and students to learn lively, modern colloquial Bulgarian, to become familiar with Bulgarian cultural life, and to thoroughly understand Bulgarian grammar. Slavic scholars will also find in Volume 2 both a thorough presentation of the Bulgarian verb system, as traditionally conceived, and a new analysis of this system.
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Review: Intensive Bulgarian 1: A Textbook and Reference GrammarUser Review - K. Euler - Goodreads
Clear explanations, although independent learning with this text would be more difficult as sometimes the explanations have limited practice examples. However, this also prioritizes cultural learning, which I greatly appreciated. Read full review
Review: Intensive Bulgarian 1: A Textbook and Reference GrammarUser Review - David Rutland - Goodreads
pretty up-to-date, and lots of vocab. says recordings are available, but i had no luck getting in touch with the university given in the book as being able to provide recordings. Read full review