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Polish: A Comprehensive Grammar

By Iwona Sadowska

Routledge – 2012 – 648 pages

Series: Routledge Comprehensive Grammars

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Description

Polish: A Comprehensive Grammar is a complete reference guide to the grammar system for intermediate to advanced learners of Polish. It presents an accessible and systematic description of the language, focusing on real patterns of use in contemporary Polish.

The Grammar is a comprehensive work and an invaluable resource for students and anyone interested in linguistics and the way modern Polish works.

Features include:

coverage of all parts of speech

full cross referencing

well selected and illuminating examples.

The book is organised in such a way to promote a thorough understanding of Polish at all levels of structure; the sound system, formation of word and phrases and sentence construction. It offers a stimulating analysis of the complexities of the language, providing clear explanations and examples of each point.

Polish: A Comprehensive Grammar is the essential reference work on Polish grammar for all learners and users of the language.

Contents

1. Pronunciation and Spelling; 2. Case Usage; 3. Nouns; 4. Adjectives; 5. Pronouns; 6. Verbs; 7. Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases; 8. Numerals and Clock Time; 9. Prepositions; 10. Conjunctions; 11. Interjections; 12. Gender Issues of Address; Bibliography; Index.

Author Bio

Iwona Sadowska teaches Polish and Russian language, literature, and film studies at Georgetown University.

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Description: By Iwona Sadowska. Polish: A Comprehensive Grammar is a complete reference guide to the grammar system for intermediate to advanced learners of Polish. It presents an accessible and systematic description of the language, focusing on real patterns of use in contemporary...
Categories: General Language Reference, Languages of Eastern Europe