Македонски Јазик: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate Students

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University of Wisconsin Press, 1999 - Macedonian language - 483 pages
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Macedonian, the official language of the Republic of Macedonia, is spoken by two and a half million people in the Balkans, North America, Australia, and other emigre communities around the world. Christina E. Kramer's award-winning textbook provides a basic introduction to the language. Students will learn to speak, read, write, and understand Macedonian while discussing family, work, recreation, music, food, health, housing, travel, and other topics.
Intended to cover one year of intensive study, this third edition updates the vocabulary, adds material to help students appreciate the underlying structure of the language, and offers a wide variety of new, proficiency-based readings and exercises to boost knowledge of Macedonian history, culture, literature, folklore, and traditions.
Winner, Best Contribution to Language Pedagogy, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern European Languages

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Contents

Introductions
12
Occupations
26
Daily Routines
47
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Christina E. Kramer is associate professor of Slavic languages at the University of Toronto. She is the author of "Macedonian: A Course for Beginning and Intermediate Students and "Analytic Modality in Macedonian and the co-editor of "Language Contact--Language Conflict.
Grace E. Fielder is professor of Balkan and South Slavic linguistics in the Russian and Slavic Department at the University of Arizona, as well as a faculty member of the Second Language Acquisition and Teaching Ph.D. program. She is the author of "The Semantics and Pragmatics of Verbal Categories.
Liljana Mitkovska is an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher at the Centre for Foreign Languages in Skopje, Macedonia. She also teaches Macedonian to foreigners and is co-author of the book "Zboruvate li makedonski? ("Do You Speak Macedonian?), a beginner's course for Macedonian as a foreign language.
Phillip Hammonds is a second language acquisition specialist and systems programmer, whose main interest is the computer modeling of natural language systems. He developed the instructional template for the CDs, was a consultant on the design of exercises, and was the principal programmer.

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