Basic Polish: A Grammar and Workbook

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Routledge, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 229 pages
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Containing concise explanations of grammar with related exercises 'Basic Polish' builds confidence in using the modern language. Assuming no previous knowledge of Polish, its step-by-step approach guarantees the reader a thorough grounding in the basics of its grammar. Each of the forty units introduces a particular grammar point and provides a variety of exercises to enable the student to practice what they have learnt. Features include notes on the Polish alphabet, pronunciation and stress, full answer key to all exercises and a Polish-English glossary. Look no farther than this text for an understanding of modern Polish grammar. Features include - notes on the Polish alphabet, pronunciation and stress; full key to all exercises; Polish-English vocabulary. Written by an experienced language teacher and author, this book is an introduction to the structures and expressions used in spoken and written Polish.

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Bielec-Lecturer in English at Foreign Lang Training College in Tarnow, Poland

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