Intensive Bulgarian: A Textbook and Reference Grammar, Volume 2

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 414 pages
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    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.
    Volume 1 introduces the basic elements of Bulgarian grammar and contains Lessons 1–15, a Bulgarian-English glossary, an English-Bulgarian glossary for beginners, and an appendix of verbal forms. Like many popular language textbooks, the dialogues in Intensive Bulgarian form a continuing dramatic narrative that gradually introduces students to both language and culture. Throughout the text, Bulgarian constructions and phrases are compared with English ones to clarify grammar and idioms.



Lessons include:
o dialogues and sample sentences
o exercises and translation sentences
o basic and supplemental grammar sections
o reading selections
o a glossary for the lesson
o cultural notes.



    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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Contents

Ьеагпт Ю геас Ви1апап
3
Ьеагшп Ю ргопоипсе Ви1апап
13
Ехегс1зез
23
Кореспонденция 1
29
Пътуват с влак
31
Ехеппзез
38
Кореспонденция 2
44
Ехегс1зез
54
Ехегс18е8
180
8атр1е 8еп1епсез
187
Вазю Огаттаг
194
Ехегшзез
201
Затрю ЗепГепсез
209
Си1шга1 СоттеШагу
215
Ехегс1зез
227
8атр1е 8еп1епсез
236

5атр1е Зепгепсез
58
Вазк Огаттаг
64
5атр1е Зетепсез
74
Идва един висок човек
80
Ехегазез
88
5атр1е ЗеШепсез
94
Къде беше досега?
100
Ехегизез
109
Затрю ЗеШепсез
115
На перона в гарата
121
Ехегс1е
130
8атр1е 5еп1епсе5
138
Ва1с Сгаттаг
144
Ехегс18ез
153
8атр1е 8еп1епсе
163
Слава Богу вие сте тука
169
Кореспонденция 9
237
Защо габровците режат опашките на котките?
243
Ехегазез
252
Затр1е ЗепГепсез
260
Си1Шга1 Согшпеп1агу
267
Ехегс1зез
276
8атр1е 8еп1епсез
282
На гарата в София
288
Ехегазез
298
Затрю 8еп1епсез
305
Да отидем да хапнем някъде?
311
Ви1апап ЕпПвл
331
ЕпН8Ь Виапап
357
ШБЕХ
379
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About the author (2000)

    Ronelle Alexander is professor of Slavic languages and literatures at the University of California, Berkeley. She has traveled throughout Bulgaria for her research on dialects and traditional culture and has been interviewed on Bulgarian radio. She has also taught at the University of California, Los Angeles; Yale University; and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
    Olga M. Mladenova, a native speaker of Bulgarian, is assistant professor of Russian at the University of Calgary in Canada.

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