Bulgarian: A Guide to the Spoken Language, Volume 30, Issue 345

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War Department, 1943 - Bulgarian language - 83 pages
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This Author is my favorite one. I have been reading his boks from a long time. I like the way he presented the real life stories and created the real image in the readers mind in such a deep extent that reader feels as he/she is leaving the story not reading the story. He used to pick the social problems of the time that still set an example for the people of this time too.
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См. также на моем блоге по языкам и переводам пост:
Интересный случай интерференции алфавитов
http://perevod99.blogspot.ru/2010/10/blog-post_6476.html
Непереводимая игра слов
http://perevod99.blogspot.ru/2008/07/blog-post_18.html 

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Page 8 - Thus, oo is always pronounced as it is in boo, too, boot, tooth, roost, never as anything else. Say these words and then pronounce the vowel sound by itself. That is the sound you must use every time you see oo in the Pronunciation column.
Page 27 - The days of the week are : Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. LESSON XXV. 99. The Infinitive. Some of the commoner uses of the infinitive are : — 1. Without any preposition, after such verbs as vouloir, '•will,' pouvoir, 'can, may,' désirer, 'wish, desire,' savoir, ' know how to,' devoir, ' ought,' falloir,
Page 8 - All the words and phrases are written in a spelling which you read like English. Each letter or combination of letters is used for the sound it usually stands for in English and it always stands for that sound. Thus, oo is always pronounced as it is in too, boot, tooth, roost, never as anything else. Say these words and then pronounce the vowel sound by itself. That is the sound you must use every time you see oo in the Pronunciation column.
Page 16 - If you are driving and ask the distance to another town it will be given you in kilometers, not miles.
Page 16 - DIRECTIONS The answer to your question "Where is such and such?" may be "To the right" or "To the left" or "Straight ahead," so you need to know these phrases.
Page 13 - Notice the sound of j in the word JOOR. Listen again and repeat: JOOR, JOOR. It is the same sound we have in measure, usual, division, azure, etc. We have no single letter for this sound in English, so we write it in your Language Guide as j.
Page 20 - When you want to know the name of something you can say "What's this?
Page 31 - Draw me a map Take me to a doctor Take me to the hospital Danger! Take cover Gas! Watch out! Wait a minute Good luck BLEE-zo lee AY?
Page 21 - Here are the words for some of the things you may require: bread fruit water egg soup ish steak meat beef pork potatoes rice beans vegetables ka-noaM-BAHNG poaN-la-MAH^EE!
Page 77 - We are thirsty thirteen thirty this This is What's this? thousand thread three Thursday time What time is it? tired I am tired We are tired to to a doctor to the hospital NEE-ay smay JAHD-nee tree-NA^ee-set TFfEE-set to-VA to-VA ay ka-KVO AY to-VA?

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