Beginning Polish

Revised edition, Volume 1

Alexander M. Schenker

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September 10, 1973
507 pages, 7 x 10
ISBN: 9780300016536
Paper

"The best textbook for learning the Polish language by English-speaking students that has ever been written." -International  Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Politics

"The best textbook for learning the Polish language by English-speaking students that has ever been written."—International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Politics

"This grammar is designed as a first-year introduction to the language, with twenty-five lessons in the first volume and twenty-five corresponding drills in the second. . . . Schenker has done an excellent job in preparing the grammar. The pronunciation and spelling exercises are, for the most part, clear and concise (with descriptions of important Warsaw-Cracow pronunciation divergences); the Polish grammatical structure is presented neatly and quite scientifically, for this level."—Slavic Review

"Far surpasses anything currently available. . . . Reflects a decade and a half of productive research by the leading American structuralist concerned with modern Polish."—Slavic and East European Journal

"As a tool for learning the language and a reference grammar this is the most modern and self-sufficient textbook currently available in English. Suitable for the private student or as a classroom text, its clearly laid out material is designed and ideally intended for use in conjunction with separately available tapes."—The Slavonic Review
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