Makedonski jazik

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University of Wisconsin Press, May 13, 2003 - Foreign Language Study - 530 pages
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This is the second edition of a successful textbook for the comprehensive teaching of standard Macedonian grammar and vocabulary to English speakers. Designed by an experienced teacher to be completed in one year of intensive study, this new edition includes expanded glossaries and an answer key for those studying on their own. The student who completes the sixteen chapters will have a basic knowledge of Macedonian language as well as an introduction to Macedonian life, culture, history, and literature.

*  emphasizes learning language and culture together
*  all the basics of Macedonian grammar and common vocabulary
*  lively continuing dialogues of a Macedonian family in Toronto, Canada, and Skopje, Macedonia
*  readings from Macedonian literature, folklore, poetry, and history

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\Christina E. Kramer is professor of Slavic and Balkan linguistics at the University of Toronto.

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