Əsas səhifə Beginning Bulgarian
Beginning BulgarianLord A.B.
Second Printing. — The Hague: Mouton & Co., 1965. — 165 p.This book, like its companion, Beginning Serbocroatian, was developed for classes, largely of graduate students, at Harvard University. Its purpose is to introduce students as rapidly as possible to the fundamentals of Bulgarian grammar so that from the very first lesson they are able to construct complete sentences. The primary goal is to prepare the students to read Bulgarian litera-ture} and two complete stories are included in the book. The sentences at the end of each lesson will, it is hoped, also be a useful introduction to Bulgarian in some of"the ordinary circumstances of life and travel in another country. The glossary contains all the words used in the exercises and in the two stories, but it does not include all the words used in the grammatical discussions nor in the conversation sections.
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