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language. The ideal reference work for the independent learner the business traveler or the researcher, this grammar is written without jargon and with a special focus on areas traditionally problematic for English-speakers. The preliminary section on the Polish alphabet, the range of
contemporary usage and grammatical examples, and the comprehensive index contribute to the accessibility of the book. Sections also focus on aspects frequently left out of less-detailed works (such as the diminutive noun, vowel and consonant changes, irregular verb declension and
declension of words into different parts of speech) making this book an essential companion to the student of Polish even as study continues to advance.
Preface Acknowledgements PART I:THE POLISH LANGUAGE Alphabet 2 Pronunciation and stress 3 Vowel and consonant alternations 4 How to study an inflected language PART II: PARTS OF SPEECH 5Verbs 6 Nouns 7 Pronouns 8 Adjectives 9 Adverbs 10 Prepositions 11 Conjunctions 12 Numerals 13 Interjections, idiomatic phrases, greetings 14 Particles PART III: SENTENCE ELEMENTS AND STRUCTURE 15 Sentence elements 16 Sentence structure Appendices Index