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e-Book Mastering Polish (English and Polish Edition) download

e-Book Mastering Polish (English and Polish Edition) download

by Albert Juszczak

ISBN: 0781810655
ISBN13: 978-0781810654
Language: English Polish
Publisher: Hippocrene Books; Pap/Com edition (February 28, 2005)
Pages: 320
Category: Foreign Language Study and Reference
Subategory: Reference

ePub size: 1831 kb
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DJVU size: 1821 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 247
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301 Polish Verbs (201/301 Verbs Series). Speak Polish with Confidence with Three Audio CDs: A Teach Yourself Guide (Teach Yourself, Level 2). Joanna Michalak-Gray.

by. Juszczak, Albert. ABBYY FineReader 1. (Extended OCR). New York : Hippocrene Books.

Suitable for both individual and classroom use, this book explores situations and local customs of Polish through dialogues, newspaper extracts, drawings and photographs.

ISBN 13: 9780781810654. Suitable for both individual and classroom use, this book explores situations and local customs of Polish through dialogues, newspaper extracts, drawings and photographs.

Mastering Polish book. Details (if other): Cancel.

The combination of practical exercises and step-by-step grammar emphasises a functional approach to new scripts and their vocabularies. ISBN13:9780781800150.

Place of Publication. NY. Author Biography.

The book also includes a Polish-English glossary, an exercise key, and two accompanying CDs. Product Identifiers. Place of Publication.

Polish literature, although not as well known as its German and Russian . Cover of the book Grain of Truth by Zygmunt Miłoszewski and portrait of Zygmunt Miłoszewski, photo: Albert Zawada, AG.

Polish literature, although not as well known as its German and Russian cousins, is one of the gems of European culture. This list covers a very wide range of genres and eras, but any of these books will help you love Poland a little more. Original title: Sanatorium pod klepsydrą. Published in 1937, Sanatorium is only the second and last volume of Bruno Shulz's short stories.

Mastering Polish with 2 Audio CDs by Albert Juszczak. What others are saying. Mastering Polish with 2 Audio CDs by Albert Juszczak. Mastering Polish (with 2 CDs) Penfield Books.

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Polish Phrasebook and Dictionary: Complete Phonetics for English Speakers : Pron.

Polish Phrasebook and Dictionary: Complete Phonetics for English Speakers : Pron.

Suitable for both individual and classroom use, this book explores situations and local customs of Polish through dialogues, newspaper extracts, drawings and photographs. It also includes a Polish-English glossary, an exercise key, and two accompanying CDs.
Comments:
Clodebd
I started using this a while back to learn Polish. I used the book maybe two or three times for a couple weeks. The exercises didn't seem very effective at teaching me how to speak Polish. I had a native speaker helping me, but even she said the book became quite complicated, quite fast. I speak two languages other than English, (one fluent and one moderately well) so I'm no novice in language learning. There may be a better approach to learning. You could give this a try, but I'm warning you, you may find it difficult.

Kiutondyl
Using this book as one of 2 books we are using to learn Polish in an adult Polish class. We really appreciate that there are answers to exercise questions in the back of the book.

Garr
This book is handy because it covers grammar principals at the basic conversational level and includes English translations.

Steep
I like this book. Though it does throw a bit much at you in the first chapter, it slows down and gets more methodical after that. And contrary to what one of the other reviewers says, the grammar *is* explained, indeed with great care and in small chewable pieces. The back of the book helpfully contains an answer key to the exercises. And the choice of vocabulary and dialogue situations is well-thought-out. I hate to say it, but the negative reviews here seem to have been written by people who gave up too soon, or had no idea that Polish is (for Americans anyway) alot harder than Spanish or French.

I have only two criticisms. One is that there is no unified grammar-reference section; if you forget a detail, you need to find the chapter where that point of grammar was introduced. My second criticism is really just a quibble but on the CDs only two different voices are ever heard -- one man, one woman. It's not a big deal really, it's more comical than confusing, for example at the auto mechanic's shop it sounds like one guy is arguing with himself (over the "straszny" price of getting his rear axle repaired)! Surely, even on a low budget, Juszczak could have roped a few family and friends to do extra voices. Or maybe it's just a Polish thing, the way Polish TV's dubbed versions of foreign programs will use just one voice throughout.

So all in all, a good book. If, however, you already know Russian, a more appropriate book (if you can find it -- it's been out of print for ten years and I was lucky to find one in Armenia) is Uchebnik Pol'skogo Iazyka. It'll leverage what you already know and focus on the specific points where Polish is different from Russian, like cool little diagrams comparing the semantic ranges of cognate words. It's also a bigger book with far more vocabulary, and readings that take you all the way to real, unedited, Polish. But even so, it's worth buying Juszczak's book just to listen to the CDs.

Silly Dog
I'm trying to learn Polish, the language of my ancestors, and I was immediately drawn to this book (which comes with two audio CD's) because the conversations are not just about shopping, dining, arranging transportation and checking into hotels. Instead, there is a much more interesting range of scenarios, including visits to a forest preserve, a concert, a university, a relative's garden, an art gallery, an author's reading and more. Albert Juszczak has created a basic language course that has one discussing the science fiction of Stanislaw Lem and pianist Garrick Ohlsson's mastery of Chopin. The grammar exercises are equally high-minded and engagingly accessible. Generally in language instruction, I find I am bored by the lesson content while trying to grasp the linguistic form, but that is not the case here. Bravo, Dr. Juszczak!

RUsich155
I like the methods used in this learning series. To see things in writing, hearing them, and practicing saying them along side the CD's helps imprint the language better.

Small Black
This book is a bad bad investment. It has many drawbacks:
1.- Every lesson begins with a dialog that has no connection at all with the explanations inside the lesson.
2.- Dialogs are full of past tense, cases and many complicated forms that are not explained at all.
3.- Grammar is faulty and very short, with just a few (2 to 3) examples.
4.- Recordings are at very low speed, not good for learning.

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