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  • Verlag: Routledge Chapman & Hall; Auflage: Revised. (17. November 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0415581990
  • ISBN-13: 978-0415581998
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 0,6 x 13,3 x 12,1 cm
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The official language of Poland, Polish is also the main language of communities in the United States, Canada, Ukraine and Brazil. This edition has been completely up-dated to make learning the language easier. The volume is written by experienced teachers for self-study or class use. The course offers a step-by-step approach to written and spoken Polish. No prior knowledge of the language is required. The text is interactive, containing dialogues and exercises for regular practice; concise grammar notes; a vocabulary and pronunciation guide; and answer key and special reference section. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Von Gerd Rudolph am 22. November 2013
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Das Buch ist für meine Verhältnisse sehr lernunfreundlich aufgebaut. Vokabeln oft nicht vertont. Texte zu allgemein übersetzt. Es braucht viele Zeit, sich alles lernfähig zu erarbeiten.
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totally awesome 16. März 2002
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I've been learning Polish for almost two years, but most of the courses I've gone through have been keeping the vocabulary and grammar below the intermediate level and not going beyond that point. Of all the courses I've gotten so far, this is the absolute best. It keeps the language at a level of simplicity that almost everybody who uses it will be able to understand. If you have a sufficient knowledge of how Polish pronunciation works, you might be able to use just the book only. If you don't know the sounds of Polish or are unsure about certain sounds, I'd recommend getting the cassettes that accompany the textbook. (I already had some cassettes for Polish when I bought this course, and I also have a Polish friend who helps me with speaking the language, so I didn't buy the cassettes and can't tell you about their content.) The pronunciation, though at times difficult to enunciate clearly and often frustrating to those who aren't used to the frequent combinations of consonants, is mercifully straightforward and has few exceptions. Once you know how Polish pronunciation works, you can read Polish right off a page. The books details the common exceptions (very few words are read differently than they're spelt orthographically. One tense has a switch of stress, from the penultimate to the antepenultimate), and the grammar is explained clearly. It speaks from a "native-English" point of view so that all native speakers of English can relate the information through the idioms and logic they naturally use. Overall, this is the best book you can buy for learning how to both write and speak Polish. Speaking what you read or hear is the absolute best way to keep your knowledge fresh in your memory. Langenscheidt offers an awesome dictionary which can be used to further your Polish after completing the course. With this dictionary and the course, you should be able to converse with Poles is a short time.
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Language learning for intelligent people, not for Pavlov's dog 22. August 2010
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This book is light-years better than many of the so-called conversational methods around, such as Pimsleur -- which repeats so often and goes so slowly that one loses all interest -- and unlike those books, it actually teaches grammar, but in a logical order. I have no idea what "Hello Kitty" reviewer could possibly be criticizing: how can one learn a language without learning grammar? (I am a language teacher myself and have taught myself several languages with textbooks. Good language students want to learn grammar!) If one wants actually to understand what one is learning, so that one can freely produce the language oneself rather than mechanically repeating phrases, this is the way to go. It is indeed a book for beginners, but beginners who think, not parrots (which is what many other language tapes are designed for).
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Very Good Language Course 8. Februar 2011
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Format: Hörkassette Verifizierter Kauf
I've been studying Polish for about a year and a half and have gotten to an intermediate proficiency with this book as the keystone of my studying. I have supplemented my use of this book with a couple of other courses when I reached a point where I felt I needed more work on real-time hearing skills or what-have-you. Anyway, this course/book has a very orderly progression both in vocabulary and sentence complexity that builds on past lessons while supplementing them. Proper focus/emphasis is given to the key noun/adjective cases in Polish that are most predominant.

It should be noted that this book definitely goes beyond a course for "beginners" in my opinion. It introduces all 7 cases, both perfective and imperfective verb aspect and all verb tenses in Polish. In other words, it lays the essential groundwork for the language. When you've completed the book (if you've really mastered it), you'll know how to express yourself in Polish in all but rather complex conversations.
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Easy book for a Hard Language 21. Dezember 2011
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Learning Polish pronunciation is so difficult for English speakers that I would not recommend even attempting it without either audio soundtracks or a teacher. This book has both as it is used by language schools such as Multilingual Chicago and has a two CD set which you can listen to while driving, making great use of otherwise wasted time. This introductory level book wisely defers some of the most difficult grammatical detail for later, concentrating instead on giving the learner a basic working grasp of the language spoken on the streets today (which, believe me, is no small accomplishment if you haven't had past exposure to Slavic languages). My only complaint is that it is not yet available in a combined audio print set for Kindle (nor does Amazon even have a single Polish/English dictionary available on Kindle yet).
Excellent Polish textbook course for beginners 7. November 2014
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Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This is probably the easiest and most approachable beginning textbook on Polish for self-learners that there is. Most of the others such as Polish for Dummies, Spoken World Polish, Complete Polish, and Polish in 4 weeks, are all at a higher level . . . well, higher in the sense that you need to absorb more vocabulary and more complex grammar tables right from the beginning. The few other beginning Polish books sort of assume they are meant for a classroom guided by a teacher and do not contain sufficient explanation on their own to be of much use. This book is linearly ordered, logically structured, and has interesting dialogues. It does teach you Polish grammar (not just random memorization), but it is not so overwhelming that it is unapproachable. It comes with a great audio CD that contain readings of the dialogues (and some exercises) by native Polish speakers. Lastly, it is also very comprehensive, and it can take you to a good intermediate level by the book's end. I can't recommend this book highly enough. The only other book on this level is "Polski Bez Problemu + Level 1", which I also highly recommend. In that case, make sure to get the + version as it makes a huge difference. Do a web search for "Supermemo World EU" because it is made by a company in Poland and is often out of stock on Amazon. See Polski Bez problemu!+ Elementary Level A1-A2 (Book & CD-ROM) for my review of Level 1. There are also Levels 2-3 that one can optionally purchase of that item as well.

Side note: For pure, absolute beginners in Polish, I do not recommend you start with any textbook-driven course,
even excellent ones such as Colloquial Polish or Polski Bez Problemu +. It might be too overwhelming. Instead, I think that you will find your entry point into Polish easier if you start with Pimsleur Polish I Comprehensive and Michel Thomas Method--Total and Perfect Polish . See my review of Pimsleur Polish I Comprehensive for more details Polish, Comprehensive: Learn to Speak and Understand Polish with Pimsleur Language Programs
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